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Berkshire Country Day School 

Berkshire Country Day School is dedicated to encouraging academic excellence at the highest level and to realizing each student’s potential for well-rounded development. We provide a stimulating and challenging education in a supportive and nurturing environment. In the spirit of inquiry and discovery, students learn to be resourceful and responsible. In an atmosphere of mutual respect, students learn about community and caring for others. Berkshire Country Day School is a place where each student can meet success as a 21st century learner.

Our values guide us to engage members of the school community in the shared responsibility of fostering students’ growth and supporting their individual talents and passions.

Originality We provide learning activities that inspire creativity and thoughtful reflection in an environment where each student is nurtured, celebrated, and encouraged to take risks.

Quality We promote academic excellence and scholarship so that each student can flourish and succeed through a vigorous curriculum and an extensive offering of arts and athletics.

Respect We empower acts of inclusion and acceptance with due regard for the feelings, wishes, rights, and traditions of others.

Sustainability We educate our community about the impact of our actions and behaviors on the environment and instill practices that protect its long-term viability.

Community We establish trust, cooperation, and accountability within an atmosphere of belonging where we all invest in the success and well-being of each other.

Wellness We ensure the physical, social, and emotional health of each community member.

Citizenship We guide all members of our diverse school community to become ethical, engaged, and informed global citizens.

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Grades offered: Preschool - Ninth Grade
Tuition: : $6,700-$20,900
Adress: 55 Interlaken Road Stockbridge, MA
Contact: Amy Broberg, Director of Admission
Phone: (413) 637-0755

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