Easton Country Day School

Praxis ● Community ● Responsibility ● Integrity

Admissions

Applications

Thank you for your interest in Easton Country Day School.  We would be delighted to answer any questions you may have.  Please call us at (203) 268-5530.

Printable applications are available. You may download an application form (see appropriate links below), or email us at admissions@eastoncountryday.org to have information mailed to you. Of course, nothing is better than seeing for yourself. Come and visit us in person! Please feel free to call and make an appointment to take a tour and speak to us about your child.

2018-2019

General

Tuition

Thank you for your interest in Easton Country Day School. We would be delighted to answer any questions you may have. Please call us at (203) 268-5530.

2018-2019 Tuition

Grades K – 8 — $20,000
Gifted Program — $29,000
High School — $29,000
Arrowsmith Program – $30,000
Pre-School & Daycare — See Pre-school Section

International Students:

  • Tuition for the full program is $35,000 per year for international students.  ESL online course is required and provided to all International students in partnership with Sacred Heart University, at an additional fee.
  • Homestay assignments are provided to our International students through Homestay assignments are provided to our International students through our partners. We work with each student to ensure that our partners match students with families.

Easton Country Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sex or national origin. Easton Country Day School is an equal opportunity institution.

Student Regulations

“Responsibility, Integrity, Community, Praxis”

 

RESPONSIBILITY

  • We will keep our promises.
  • We will do our homework on time.
  • We will do the school jobs asked of us cheerfully and well.
  • We will clean up after ourselves and keep our areas neat.

 

INTEGRITY

  • We will be respectful and kind to each other
  • We will not talk when others are talking. We will not use hurtful behavior towards others – no hitting, teasing, rudeness, gossiping, etc.
  • We will follow the directions of teachers promptly, courteously, and cheerfully.
  • We will be honest in all our endeavors. We will not cheat. We will not plagiarize. We will be truthful.

 

COMMUNITY

  • We will consider the impact of our actions on others. We will treat each other as we wish to be treated.
  • We will not abuse the property of others, run in the halls, make loud noises in the building, or chew gum in school.
  • We will seek out ways to help others.
  • We will represent Easton Country Day School to ourselves and others in positive ways.
  • We will accept each other’s differences with grace.

 

If we can teach our children to live by these ideals, we will have succeeded.

Dress Code for Grades K-8

All ECDS Apparel Requiring LOGOS can be purchased at LAND’S END or DENNIS’S UNIFORM STORES in Orange or Norwalk.

Pants: (trouser type only) or Long Shorts (Skorts or skirts for girls): KHAKI, BLACK, OR NAVY

Shirts: All shirts must have collars. Oxford (button down), long or short sleeves; Polos, long or short sleeves; or Turtlenecks: SOLID COLORS ONLY-WHITE, MAROON, NAVY, OR FOREST GREEN.

Sweaters: Solid colored cardigans, crew or V-neck pullovers; (no stripes or patterns): WHITE, MAROON, NAVY, OR FOREST GREEN
ALL GRADES MUST HAVE A WHITE EDS T-SHIRT WITH THE COLORED BIRD LOGO TO BE WORN ON FIELD TRIPS.  THESE SHOULD BE PURCHASED AT DENNIS’S UNIFORM STORES.

Sneakers are recommended, or sensible shoes in black, brown or white. Matching socks. Please avoid shoes with thick tread – it brings in mud. No Flip Flops are allowed.

ALL Students MUST HAVE A FLEECE FOR INDOOR WARMTH! WHITE, MAROON, NAVY OR EVERGREEN (Forest green) preferably with ECDS Logo.
ECDS FORMAL DAYS or DRESS LOOK

“ECDS Look”, our formal uniform, is required for special occasions/picture day.

Grades K – 4: White shirt, Khaki “Dockers” pants, maroon sweater (or fleece) with logo, matching socks, nice shoes.

Grades 5 – 8: White shirt, Khaki “Dockers” type pants, blue blazer with logo, matching socks, nice shoes.

*Girls may wear khaki skirt, with maroon tights If needed for warmth

Monday-Thursday: No jeans or jean shorts, no stripes or patterns, no stretch or stirrup pants, no ripped or baggy pants, no short shorts, no mini-shirts or long skirts (skirts must be no longer than 1″ below knee, and no higher than 3″ above the knee).  No T-shirts or sweatshirts (except the Phoenix bird!)  No “bare looks”, even on non–uniform days.   No inappropriate or valuable jewelry.  No makeup.  No high heels, sandals, clogs or boots. No hats worn in the building.

Friday is non-uniform day – clothes must be neat, appropriate, and unremarkable.  No shirts with writing on them, no torn jeans, etc.