Centennial Historical Plaque

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Title

Centennial Historical Plaque

Subject

Centennial

Description

Bronze and black historical marker. Text reads:
1919-2019 [North Shore Country Day School Seal] "Live and Serve"
North Shore Country Day School
On October 2, 1919, on this 16-acre campus, North Shore Country Day School opened its doors for the first day of classes, welcoming students in kindergarten through 12th grade. A small group of local parents who desired an alternative to local public schools invited progressive educator Perry Dunlap Smith to become Headmaster. They, and many others since, built and nurtured a school community whose focus on whole child development—through full participation in academics, arts, athletics, and service—continues to educate and inspire.

Dedicated on October 2, 2019, to commemorate the School’s Centennial.

Creator

North Shore Country Day School

Publisher

North Shore Country Day School

Date

October 2, 2019

Format

Physical bronze plaque, installed on campus ground just west of the Auditorium

Language

English

Collection

Citation

North Shore Country Day School, “Centennial Historical Plaque ,” North Shore Country Day School Archives, accessed October 14, 2019, https://nscdsarchives.com/items/show/463.

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