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Good Hope Country Day School is an independent, multicultural, college preparatory educational community set on a 34-acre tropical campus.

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Admission is based on intellectual potential, developmental maturity, academic achievement and level of preparedness.

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Upper School

Twenty-four credits earned while in high school are the minimum required for graduation. One credit is equivalent to a forty-five minute class period every day for the entire school year.

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Middle School

The academic program in the Middle School consists of a two-year sequence of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies and foreign language. All seventh graders take Spanish. Eighth graders may choose to take French.

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Lower School

Our first grade to fourth grade programs aim to teach students how to thoughtfully and The Lower School features an integrated curriculum that promotes learning as an active and cooperative process.

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Early Childhood

GHCDS has two Early Childhood program centers, one located on the main campus and another on a smaller campus in the east end of St. Croix.

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The Weekly News: October 17

Good decisions come from experience, and experience comes from bad decisions. ~Author Unknown Dear parents, alumni, and friends of GHCDS, First, let me apologize for the confusion I caused on Tuesday. I did not follow my regular routine of waiting until the morning to make the...
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The Weekly News: October 10

Dear parents, alumni, and friends of GHCDS, Thanks to former Police Chief Christopher Howell for sharing life lessons and valuable skills with the GHCDS Forensics Class.  The students participated in mock scenarios and were encouraged to become more involved within th...
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The Weekly News: October 3

“Try to be a rainbow in someone’s cloud.” (Maya Angelou)   Dear parents, alumni, and friends of GHCDS,   Beginning next week the short-listed candidates for the Head of School position will be visiting GHCDS. I have attached a letter from Mrs. Cathy Mares, the...
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The Weekly News: September 26

“The future is called “perhaps,” which is the only possible thing to call the future. And the only important thing is not to allow that to scare you.” (Tennessee Williams)   Dear parents, alumni, and friends of GHCDS,   I want to start this week’s NEWS by thanking Mrs....
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