Presbyterian Day School | Experience PDS
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An Introduction to PDS

by Headmaster Steve Hancock

We invite you to visit campus and experience our vibrant community. Attend an Open House or PDS in a Flash event, or call the Admissions Office (901-842-4600) for a personal tour. We look forward to hosting you!

2019-2020 Admission Events

Toddler Events

Play dates for boys and girls ages 2–4
9:30–10:15am • Free!

Do Re Mi - 1, 2, 3

Thursday, September 19
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Story Time Yoga

Tuesday, October 22
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STEAM

Wednesday, November 13
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Christmas Around the World

Tuesday, December 10
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Chapel and a Tour

Friday, October 18 – 8:00 AM
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Early Childhood Open House

Thursday, November 7 – 9:00–10:30
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Early Childhood Coffee & Conversation

Tuesday, December 3 – 9:30–10:30

Explore Early Childhood

Thursday, December 12 - 4:30–5:30
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PDS in a Flash

Don’t have time to attend Open House? Then PDS in a Flash is for you.

The admission staff will be in the Early Childhood Lobby at 11:45 to give you a 45 minute tour and information about our program. This is a great opportunity to see the school in action.

Thursday, January 9
Thursday, March 19
Thursday, April 2

 

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We know boys.

Boys love to compete and problem-solve.
4th graders worked in teams to build the tallest tower from paper and tape.
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We know boys.

Boys are naturally active.
They need exercise through sports, play, and yes, even yoga!
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We know boys.

Boys are solution seekers.
Boys are idea-makers, problem-solvers, solution-seekers and sometimes they are even bridge-builders!
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We know boys.

Boys need mentors.
We know that boys desire a connection with supportive mentors. Each grade mentors members of a younger grade.
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We know boys.

Boys + dirt.
Boys aren't afraid to get their hands dirty while learning!
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We know boys.

Boys are makers.
Boys are great at channeling their natural energy into becoming better makers and problem solvers.
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We know boys.

Boys are scientists.
We know that boys aren't afraid to get hands-on — even when dissecting a heart!
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We know boys.

Boys are unique.
We know that every boy is unique — from his personality to his learning style to his socks!
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We know boys.

Boys need 1-on-1 attention.
Boys need personalized — made-for-him — attention.
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We know boys.

Boys thrive with hands-on projects.
Boys need to work their hands and their brains at the same time.
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