Students play an active role in their education at La Jolla Country Day School. With access to resources and mentors, we believe that students can achieve extraordinary results in pursuing a meaningful life that inspires greatness for a better world.
The Community Service program was established 25 years ago to teach and inspire our young scholars to develop a sense of social responsibility, empathy and connection to their local and global community.
I have always felt that there was someone who believed in me and believed that I could achieve something. The teachers’ generosity and genuine care for students are what make LJCDS so special. —Jackson Bolado ’17, joined LJCDS in kindergarten
Friday, December 8 was a day of excitement for students in Grades 4–6. Due to a generous parent donation and the collaboration between the fourth-grade team and the library, LJCDS was able to host crowd-pleasing, award-winning author Jack Gantos.
Community Service is an important aspect of the La Jolla Country Day School culture. The first half of the 2017–2018 school year has been a busy one for all students from the Tiny Torreys to our seniors.