Parents and educators play a critical role in shaping an effective learning environment for children. At LJCDS, parents bring us their child(ren) of character who is willing to work hard, and in return, the school promises to provide access to remarkable mentors and resources in a “what if” environment that offers the child the greatest opportunity for success in life.
La Jolla Country Day School values connecting students to the world and the world to the students. What better way to connect students to local companies and organizations than through internships. In summer 2018, 12 Upper School students procured summer internships with various organizations in San Diego to explore their passions and gain practical work experience.
Our own Amy Parish, Ph.D., Upper School English teacher, and bonobo expert, was given credit for her research in an article titled, “Talent isn't keeping women away from science. Sexism, stereotypes and bad science are.”