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Boys Need to Wiggle and Move

Boys move. A lot. They're loud and messy and have trouble sitting still. And that's completely okay. We're experts at channeling that energy. Want to learn more about what we teach our boys? Check out our online curriculum guide. Want to see HOW we teach our boys? Please register for…

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PDS Artists Honored at BRACE Art Exhibition

PDS Art teacher Casey Smith was selected as art teacher of the year as part of this year's Briarcrest Regional Art Contest & Exhibition (BRACE). When presented with the 2019 Amy Lange Memorial Art Teacher Award, the following was said of Mr. Smith, "He loves every moment of it, especially…

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Early Childhood Open House: Thursday, November 7th

Presbyterian Day School cordially invites you to join us for our Admission Open House:Thursday, November 7th 9:00 - 10:30am  We invite you to come experience Early Childhood at PDS. We will begin with a brief presentation from headmaster Steve Hancock, followed by tours of our Early Childhood Building given by our…

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Video - Derby Days - Fall Breakaway 2019

The Elementary Division breaks away from our regular schedule on the two days leading into Fall Break to engage in two days of STEAM-infused learning. This year the boys become race car designers and raced their creations down a custom track inspired by NerdyDerby.com and built by PDS alum, Parker…

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Showing is Better than Telling

Dissecting a sheep heart at four-years-old to learn about how the body works? Customization, critical and creative thinking, and experiential learning — all are essential elements of a PDS boys' education. Want to learn more about what we teach our boys? Check out our online curriculum guide. Want to see…

How Do You Build a Boy?

Why Would a Teacher Break a Perfectly Good Pencil?

At Presbyterian Day School, we know how to teach boys, reach them, and channel their energies in positive and productive ways. And we know from research that boys and girls develop language and writing skills on different timetables, it’s just how God created us. Research also teaches us that boys…

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