Select LCDS News 2016-2015

High school golf: Lancaster Country Day rolls on
The Daily Item, August 31, 2016
Country Day remained perfect in golf league play by coasting to its fourth victory in as many outings as the four-team circuit reached the midway point of the season. More>

Boys Soccer: Here’s season previews on Lancaster County’s non-L-L League teams
LNP, August 29, 2016
Longtime coach Dale Mylin, who locked down career win No. 300 last fall, will reach another milestone this season by coaching in his 500th game as the LCD boss. More>

George Washington Really Slept Here. So Did His Slave.
The New York Times, August 25, 2016
Gina Jarvis Whelan ’74, a textile conservator, is interviewed about George Washington’s tent fabric, which will be on display at The Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia in April. More>

High School Golf: Millersburg’s Fox fires a 77 in losing effort
The Daily Item, August 24, 2016
Millersburg lost to Lancaster Country Day on the Cougars’ home course, 338-380, in a Tri-Valley League golf match Tuesday at Conestoga Country Club. More>

Millersburg, East Juniata hope to compete for TVL title
The Daily Item, August 18, 2016
In the boys golf league, LCDS is the team to beat. More>

Lancaster Country Day School eighth grader wins Young Music Masters Competition at Long’s Park
LNP, June 20, 2016
Nina Shih ’20, a violinist, took the night’s top prize at the Young Music Masters Competition for performing Concerto No. 2 in D, K211, by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. More>

Old Trail School names new Head of School
The Alliance Review, June 7, 2016
Sarah Liotta Johnston ’91 has been named Head of School of the Old Trail School Board in Bath, Ohio. More>

Lancaster Country Day Class of 2016 and award winners
LNP, June 1, 2016
Here is the list of seniors who won year-end awards. More>

Lancaster Country Day School holds 108th commencement
LNP, May 22, 2016
Lancaster Country Day School held its 108th commencement exercises Saturday morning.  In his introductory remarks, Steven Lisk, head of the school, described the graduates as a playful cohort with endless curiosity and kindness. More>

District 3 Girls’ Lacrosse: Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic/McCaskey squad gains quarters with 9-7 win over Central Dauphin
LNP, May 18, 2016
The Cougars earned a spot in Thursday’s quarterfinal round, where they’ll face Kennard-Dale, a 21-6 winner over Lampeter-Strasburg on Tuesday. More>

Donegal duo win gold medal in Class AA boys tennis
LNP, May 14, 2016
George Markley and Drew Kopan of Lancaster Country Day blew past Gettysburg’s Adam Yingling and Zack Kiick in the semifinals, 6-2, 6-2. They advance to the state championships. More>

District Three Class AA Boys’ Tennis: Lancaster Country Day beats Lancaster Mennonite for berth in team title match
LNP, May 12, 2016
George Markley’s 6-2, 6-4 win over Lancaster Mennonite’s Lucas Jemison on Wednesday afternoon at the Hershey Racquet Club vaulted the No. 6-seeded Cougars into today’s District 3 Class AA boys team tennis championship. More>

Boys’ Tennis: 11 area competitors set to open District Three singles tournament Saturday
LNP, May 6, 2016
In AA District III play, Lancaster Country Day’s George Markley and Drew Kopan are in the first round of matchups.  More>

Boys’ Tennis: Lancaster Country Day’s Markley, Kopan win Independent Tournament
LNP, April 28, 2016
George Markley’19 and Drew Kopan’17 earned spots in the District Three Class AA tennis tournament with wins at the Independent Tennis Tournament Wednesday. More>

Leola teen named April’s ‘Caped Crusader’
ABC27, April 26, 2016
Antonio Astarita ’20 was featured in a segment on ABC 27 News regarding his Eagle Scout project at Clare House and for being nominated a Caped Crusader for Central Penn Parent.  More>

Vote for PennLive’s midstate girls’ athlete of the week
PennLive, April 25, 2016
Ashley Ingram’16 was nominated for midstate girls’ athletes of the week through Penn Live. More>

Cross country conversation
The Saint, April 21, 2016
Paul Sherban ’12 and Chris Andrews ’12 plan to run across America together after they graduate from college. More>

Boys’ Lacrosse: Cougars continue resurgent season, beat Ephrata for first time in 10 years
LNP, April 18, 2016
With new Coach Lombardo, t
he Cougars (3-6) improved to 3-3 in league play, surpassing last year’s league win total. More>

College scene: Hempfield grad Kyle Long stars at Arizona State
LNP, April 15, 2016
Alumnus Ryan Quan, a Washington & Jefferson senior, set new career records in ground balls and face-offs to help the men’s lacrosse team score a victory. More>

Lacrosse: An inside look at how L-L League got to having 120-plus alums on college rosters
LNP, April 3, 2016
LCDS is producing college-level lacrosse players. More>

Lancaster crowns two youth poet laureates
LNP, April 2, 2016
Natalia Delgado, along with another area student, was named Lancaster youth poet laureate. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse: Cougars down E-town, earn first league win for new coach Kolva
LNP, April 1, 2016
The Cougars improved to 2-0 overall and 1-0 in L-L League play, picking up their first league win for new coach Kolva. With video interview of Grace Zechman ’16. More>

L-L Track: McCaskey boys edge Cedar Crest for season-opening win

LNP, March 29, 2016
Matthew Weinstock-Collins’16 (running for McCaskey) opened up a lead for the Red Tornado in the third leg of the 4×400-meter relay [with video of his hand-off]. More>

The Inside Scoop on Gettysburg’s Mason Dixon Distillery (Opening This Spring!)
The Town Dish: Gettysburg, March 28, 2016
Yianni Barakos ’04 is planning Mason Dixon Distillery’s opening sometime this spring. More>

LCDS alum Sam Sweeney hits the slopes for Ithaca College
LNP, March 28, 2016
Sam Sweeney ’14  reached the U.S. Collegiate Ski Association Mid-East Regional Championships. More>

L-L Swimming: 2015-16 All-League teams
LNP, March 27, 2016
Miguel Jacome ’18 made the Lancaster-Lebanon League Coaches’ Association All-League for the 200 Freestyle and the 500 Freestyle. More>

How Late-Night Comics Tackle the Election
Wall Street Journal, March 17, 2016
Mike Still ’99, artistic director of the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles, is interviewed about comedy and the election. More>

PIAA Swimming: Two gold, two bronze finishes highlight the first day of the AAA championships
LNP, March 17, 2016
Miguel Jacome took seventh in the 200 freestyle (1:41.48) at states. More>

MathCounts Team Wins Competition
Merchandiser, March 16, 2016
The Lancaster Country Day School MathCounts team placed first at the regional MathCounts Competition on Feb. 27 at Millersville University. More>

Boys’ Swimming: 2015-16 PIAA championships psych sheets posted
LNP, March 10, 2016
Miguel Jacome ’18 will swim at States for McCaskey. More>

Students from Lancaster Country Day and Hempfield earn honors at Mathcounts competition
LNP, March 4, 2016
Country Day students took top place in the regional Mathcounts competition at Millersville University. More>

Here is the complete roundup of the 25 Lancaster County high school musicals opening through April
LNP, February 25, 2016
The LCDS production of “Little Shop of Horrors” is listed in this musical roundup. More>

Boys’ Swimming: 2015-16 District Three Championship seedings
LNP, February 24, 2016
Miguel Jacome ’18 is swimming in the District Three Championships on the McCaskey team. More>

Educators offer 5 tips for success on the new SAT
LNP, February 24, 2016
Director of College Guidance Linda Campbell offers tips to students taking the revamped SAT. More>

CPIHL: Warwick, Hempfield and Penn Manor among teams beginning playoff quest
LNP, February 19, 2016
The Comets have Tier 3’s leading scorer in Lindy Vicari ’16, who has 50 goals and 35 assists. Matt Reiss ’16 has 20 goals. More>

US high-school student to raise funds for FCD
Breaking Belize News, February 18, 2016
Jordyn Richardson ’16 is organizing a fundraising marathon to raise funds for the Friends for Conservation and Development in Belize. More>

Boys’ Hoops: How local teams fared in Tuesday’s District 3-AAA, 3-A first round
LNP, February 17, 2016
Boys Basketball upset Halifax 60-54 in District III playoffs. They move on to play at West Shore Christian. More>

Ted Cruz’s top national security adviser is a Lancaster native and art historian
LNP, February 16, 2016
Victoria Gardner Coates ’86 is featured for her work with Ted Cruz. More>

L-L Boys’ Swimming: Hempfield nets 3rd championship
LNP, February 11, 2016
At the Lancaster-Lebanon League boys’ swimming championships, Miguel Jacome’18 won gold in the 200 freestyle (1:43.24). More>

Girls’ Basketball: Everything you need to know about district openers for local teams
LNP, February 11, 2016
With two wins in their final three regular-season, games, the Cougars look to keep their season alive with a trip to Berks County to face the Eagles. The winner advances to face third-seeded Harrisburg Academy in the quarterfinals. More>

Ted Cruz’s top foreign policy adviser has written a book.
Washington Post, February 5, 2016
Here is a review of the new book by Victoria C. Gardner Coates ’86. More>

MHP’s ‘Wake the Vote’ comes to Iowa
MSNBC, January 31, 2016
Austin Cook ’12 is interviewed about engaging in the democratic process. More>

Who Is Your Neighbor?
LNP, January 30, 2016
Technology teacher Caroline Badri and parent Dr. Vinitha Amanullah will present “The Muslim Community in Lancaster” for the “Who’s Your Neighbor?” series at the Church of the Apostles. More>

Thursday’s TV Highlights: ‘Heroes Reborn’ on NBC
LA Times, January 20, 2016
Rya Kihlstedt ’87 acts in the series finale of “Heroes Reborn” on NBC. More>

Private schools come up with successful business models
Reading Eagle/Business Weekly, January 12, 2016
LCDS shares the spotlight with some other private schools in an article about how schools work to be financially successful. More>

Strategy Room
Fox & Friends, January 7, 2016
Dr. Victoria Gardner Coates ’86, national security adviser to Sen. Ted Cruz,  talks about Cruz’s view on North Korea and her new book “David’s Sling: A History of Democracy in Ten Works of Art.” More> 

Trump Goes “Birther” on Ted Cruz
CNN, January 6, 2016
Dr. Victoria Gardner Coates ’86 says where Cruz was born is a non-issue. More> 

Ted Cruz’s Foreign Policy Adviser Defies the Republican Orthodoxy
Miami Observer, January 4, 2016
Dr. Victoria Gardner Coates ’86 is equally comfortable discussing Michelangelo’s David and regime change in Libya. That’s because she wears two hats: art historian and foreign policy adviser to a leading presidential contender. More>

Reading-made capri pants on ‘The Biggest Loser’
Reading Eagle, January 2, 2016
Katie Kozloff-Banks ’99, owner of Katie K Active activewear, said her brand’s capri shorts will be given to the female contestants on the upcoming season of Biggest Loser. More>

L-L Swimming: Records fall as McCaskey tops Manheim Central
LNP, December 17, 2015
While swimming for McCaskey, Miguel Jacome ’18 touched in a pool record of 1:41.64 and Carlie Abraham ’17 won her race. More>

Stem cell scientist from West Hempfield to make second run at 16th district seat
LNP, December 17, 2015
Raja Kittappa ’89, a West Hempfield Township Democratic committee member, will run as a Democratic candidate in the race for the district held by retiring U.S. Rep. Joe Pitts. More>

What do kids learn from coding? Much more than just computer skills, educators say
LNP, December 15, 2015
Country Day was one of the schools that participated in the Hour of Code. More>

Scoring goals and getting assists is only part of the story for Lindy Vicari, a Lancaster Country Day student playing hockey for Penn Manor
LNP, December 8, 2015
“The Lancaster Country Day student is an unselfish player. He lines up as a defenseman but his speed takes him all over the ice because he fast enough not to be caught up ice when the play heads to Penn Manor’s defensive zone.” More>

Mountain Man: Gap semester leads student across the country
The Brown and White, December 3, 2015
In September, Oliver Rye ’13 took a gap semester from Lehigh University and embarked on a 15,000-mile road trip across the U.S. and Canada. It was just him and his blue Toyota FJ Cruiser, which would double as his home for the next two months. More>

Country Day School’s Horizons program wins $35,000 grant
LNP, December 3, 2015
Westfield Insurance Foundation has awarded a $35,000 family stability grant to the Horizons program of Lancaster Country Day School. More>

Lancaster Country Day’s Ingram to play collegiately at Seton Hill
LNP, December 1, 2015
Ashley Ingram ’16 signed a national letter of intent to play lacrosse at NCAA Division II Seton Hill University in Greensburg, Pa. More>

Q&A: Connecting people and jobs: Serial entrepreneur finds niche at fast-growing Lancaster tech company Track5Media
LNP, December 1, 2015
Oliver Feakins ’01 is president of Track5media, which launched its fifth job board website and grew from a handful of employees to 15. More>

At Lancaster Country Day School, students aren’t just grateful this Thanksgiving — they’re mindful
LNP, November 26, 2015
This year, Head of Middle School Victor Taylor has encouraged students to try out mindfulness. More>

Boys’ Soccer: Lancaster Country Day coach Mylin celebrates career win No. 300
LNP, November 19, 2015
With the 2015 season in the books, Coach Dale Mylin reflected on 300 career wins. More>

Williams Forrest wants to keep local site, but eyes moving HQ to New York City
LNP, November 17, 2015
David Barr ’92, president of a digital solutions agency, is thinking of moving his company headquarters to NYC. His wife, Louise ’90, is chief marketing officer. More>

Students Named To Advisory Council
Merchandiser, November 12, 2015
The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank named Steven Frick’16 to its Junior Advisory Council. More>

Amy Shields and Grace Zechman take silver medals at PIAA tennis

PennLive, November 8, 2015
LCDS doubles team of Amy S.’17 and Grace Z.’16 took the silver medal at the PIAA Class AA girls’ tennis doubles tournament at the Hershey Racquet Club. More>

Boys’ Soccer: Tuesday’s PIAA first-round games set for two Lancaster County teams
LNP, November 8, 2015
In the Class A state tournament, District 3-A third-place team Lancaster Country Day (21-2) will take on District Six champion Bishop McCort. More>

Teacher Learns to Code, Wins Design Contest with Rice Krispies-Loading Robot
DesignNews, November 8, 2015
Technology Teacher Kit Fuderich demonstrates his award-winning cereal-scooping robot. More>

Student art moves from classroom to studio on First Friday
LNP, November 5, 2015
Mulberry Art Studios will exhibit 27 pieces created by Lancaster Country Day School printmaking students. More>

Boys’ Soccer: Lancaster Country Day falls in district semis on PKs
LNP, November 4, 2015
Lancaster Country Day will get a shot at states when it faces No. 4 West Shore (17-3-1) on Saturday. More>

District 3 Class A boys’ soccer: Weinstock-Collins’goal pushes Lancaster Country Day into semis
LNP, October 31, 2015
Lancaster Country Day advanced to the District Three Class A boys’ soccer semifinals for the fourth consecutive year. More>

Element14’s Teacher’s Pet Robotics Challenge: Kit Fuderich
ABC27, October 30, 2015
Technology Teacher Kit Fuderich demonstrates his award-winning cereal-scooping robot.  More>

Manheim Township, Lancaster Country Day snag district doubles titles
LNP, October 24, 2015
Amy S.’17 and Grace Z.’16 won gold medals in the Class AA District Three girls’ tennis doubles tournament. More>

Boys Soccer: ‘Diamond’ D key to success for undefeated Lancaster Country Day
LNP, October 21, 2015
The diamond formation has been a key to the success of the undefeated Cougars (19-0). More>

Boys’ Soccer: Updated look at local teams District Three power rankings
LNP, October 20, 2015
Undefeated Lancaster Country Day (18-0) leads the way in the Class A tournament with the No. 2 spot. More>

Lancaster Country Day, East Juniata earn Tri-Valley boys’ soccer tournament final berths
PennLive, October 20, 2015
Lancaster Country Day and East Juniata met Thursday for the Tri-Valley boys’ soccer tournament title. More>

Girls’ tennis: Lancaster players advance to District Three semifinals
LNP, October 17, 2015
In Class AA play, Amy Shields and Grace Zechman played in the District Three girls tennis tournament. More>

Boys’ soccer results, Oct. 16: Lancaster Country Day continues to dominate
PennLive, October 16, 2015
Lancaster Country Day remains unbeaten this year outscoring opponents 90-5. More>

Commission to Combat Poverty: Lancaster Mayor Rick Gray names 56 to four work groups
LNP, October 13, 2015
Horizons Director and fifth-grade teacher Meg Reed has been appointed to the Commission to Combat Poverty in Lancaster. More>

3D-printed robotic arm, autonomous roving robot wins element14 Design Challenge
Control Engineering Asia, October 13, 12015
Technology Teacher Kit Fuderich took the top prize for his 3D-printed, motor-controlled loader arm that interacts with an autonomous roving robot. More>

School teacher Kit Fuderich’s 3D printed rice crispy loader robot wins Element14 Robotics Challenge
3ders.org, October 13, 2015
Technology Teacher Kit Fuderich took the top prize for his 3D-printed, motor-controlled loader arm that interacts with an autonomous roving robot. More>

Swimming: Olympian to visit Lancaster Aquatic Club
LNP
, October 13, 2015
Miguel Jacome ’18 won a lunch with United States Swimming Olympian and American-record holder Connor Jaeger. More>

Author offers tips on raising kids without all the screams
LNP, October 12, 2015
Hal Runkel advises parents to learn to keep calm, help kids control themselves, in an event at LCDS Oct. 13. More>

Who’s News: Lancaster County hirings and promotions
LNP, October 12, 2015
Lancaster Country Day School has named six new members to its board of trustees. More>

Boys’ Soccer: Here’s a look at latest District 3 power rankings
LNP, October 12, 2015
In Class A Soccer, Lancaster Country Day (15-0) leads the way at the No. 2 spot, following a big win over Juniata on Friday to remain undefeated. More>

School Takes Class Outside
Merchandiser, October 8, 2015
Lancaster Country Day School celebrated Take A Child Outside (TACO) Week to instill an individual and institutional environmental ethic. More>

Boys’ Lacrosse: West York grad hired as new LCD coach
LNP, October 7, 2015
LCDS hired Zack Lombardo to be boys varsity lacrosse coach. More>

Manheim Twp., Lanc. Catholic win District Three Team Golf Championships
LNP, October 9, 2015
The Lancaster Country Day golf team finished the District Three Team Championship with a team score of 369. More>

Teachers Pet Robotics Challenge Winner Announcement
element14, October 1, 2015
Technology Teacher Kit Fuderich won a 3-D printer for the school in a robot-making contest meant to help students get interested in programming and robotics. More>

Jeff Berman to return home to Lancaster to perform as Divided Heaven
LNP, September 24, 2015
Jeff Berman ’00 is performed at the Chameleon Club as Divided Heaven. More>

PennLive’s boys’ soccer player of the week
PennLive, September 21, 2015
Tayler Eynon’17 was a finalist for PennLive’s soccer player of the week. More>

National Merit Scholarship semifinalists announced  
Patriot News, September 10, 2015
Ethan Sterenfeld’16 is a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist. More>

Hall Of Honor Names Inductees
Merchandiser, September 2015
Amyla Strode Lavric ’89 and Alex Swanson ’08 will be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Honor on October 16. More>

Boys’ soccer preview: Lancaster Country Day aiming high again
LNP, August 3, 2015
Here’s a look ahead at the 2015 boys soccer season for the Cougars. More>

Teen musician takes to iTunes and YouTube
The Coastal Point, August 2015
Singer/songwriter Elliot Rhoads ’16 has released a song on iTunes and a music video on YouTube. More>

Breathing NuLife into the skills of teens
LNP, August 25, 2015
Lanaiya Flowers ’17 and her mother, Damali, participate in NuLife, a sewing program that teaches women and girls to sew and repurpose clothing. More>

Dornes, Blickle tied for seventh at Pa. Golf Association Open
LNP, August 13, 2015
Alex Blickle ’11 tied for seventh place after the second round of the Pennsylvania Golf Association Open Championship. More>

 MAP: Check out where Lancaster County school groups traveled this summer
LNP, August 7, 2015
“More than a dozen global journeys were made by Lancaster County students this summer. At their various destinations, teenagers and teachers practiced foreign languages, soaked up history and explored new cultures.” Click on interactive map to see details of the LCDS trips. More>

Women’s Lacrosse: Lancaster Country Day grad helps grow sport overseas
LNP, August 7, 2015
Jayme Verman ’12 participated in a month-long internship program that began on June 22 with the non-profit organization Israel Lacrosse. More>

Military Honors
Merchandiser, July 2015
Brandon J. Watson ’04 graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. More>

Girls’ lacrosse: Several locals named US Lacrosse Academic All-Americans

LNP, August 5, 2015
Paige Brown ’15 and Elizabeth Warfel ’15 were named to the 2015 U.S. Lacrosse High School All-Academic team. More>

Two-day Phil Haralam exhibit at Kevin Lehman’s Pottery
LNP, August 4, 2015
Phil Haralam ’98 has an exhibit for two days only at Kevin Lehman’s Pottery and Lancaster Creative Factory. More>

Gold medals suit Grover-Dodge fine
LNP, July 31, 2015
Camilla Grover-Dodge ’17 brought both individual and team gold medals home from the North American Junior and Young Rider Championships. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse: Kolva taking over as new Cougars’ coach
LNP, July 29, 2015
Ted Kolva brings a wealth of experience to the position of lacrosse coach. More>

IS THIS THE NEXT LORNE MICHAELS?
Fast Company, July 2015
Mike Still ’99, artistic director at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles, has a penchant for absurd, ridiculous humor that compliments the seriousness with which he takes comedy. More>

County residents talk about the joys and challenges of working at home
LNP, July 28, 2015
Krista Freibaum ’01 says she is successful at working from home she’s disciplined and keeps a structure to her workday. More>

Program works to stop the ‘summer slide’
WGAL, July 27, 2015
Over the summer, students can lose a lot of what they learned during the school year. LCDS is doing what it can to stop the ‘summer slide’ for some School District of Lancaster students. More>

Lancaster Aquatic Club quartet bound for San Antonio
LNP, July 25, 2015
Miguel Jacome ’18 headed to San Antonio this week for the Speedo Junior National Championships. More>

Set the tone: HORNE rides ‘The Darjeeling Limited’ for inspiration
LNP, July 23, 2015
Ryan Walker ’03,  founder of HORNE, a Lancaster-based online boutique, answers the question “What television or movie interior inspires you?” More>

LCDS Awards Jarvis Scholarships
Merchandiser, July 2015
Lancaster Country Day School (LCDS) awarded four $10,000 John A. Jarvis Merit Scholarships to area students.  More>

Students Earn Furman Honor
Merchandiser, July 2015
LCDS student E.B. Vanasse ’16 has been named a Furman University Scholar. More>

The Mix’s We Rock the Mic competed in spoken word festival in Atlanta
LNP, July 19, 2015
LCDS student Natalia Delgado has been with the spoken word poetry program at The Mix at Arbor Place in Lancaster city since the beginning. “Poetry speaks to my heart,” she says. “It allows me to express myself and inspire others.” More>

Support summer food programs
LNP, July 18, 2015
In a LNP editorial, Lancaster Country Day School is praised for being one of the sponsors of The Summer Food Service Program. More>

School’s in for summer: Horizons program keeps Lancaster kids on track for first grade
LNP, June 10, 2015
14 Lancaster students enrolled in a new six-week summer learning program at Lancaster Country Day School. It’s part of Horizons, a national organization that partners with private schools and colleges in 15 states. More>

Summer program builds bonds between teens and first-graders
LNP, June 10, 2015
LCDS student Lindsay Socie formed a very special bond with students at Horizons, a new summer learning program at Lancaster Country Day School. More>

Cheaper, faster Internet? These Lancaster County schools will take it.
LNP, June 16, 2015
Director of IT Mike Schmelder said, “The main reason for choosing PennREN is the idea of connecting to other institutions who are also on the network.” More>

Elizabethtown College’s Bowers Writers House offers summer programs for teen writers
LNP, June 12, 2015
Madison Brown ’17 talks about the Summer Writing Experience at Elizabethtown College. More>

Join the effort to fight hunger afflicting schoolchildren here
LNP, June 11, 2015
Former Sen. Mike Brubaker calls out the LCDS Horizons program for providing meals to children this summer. More>

In Plain Sight: Stories of American Infastructure
NPR, June 7, 2015
Middle School history teacher Allen Miller is interviewed about national infrastructure, specifically Alexander Hamilton’s decision to make lighthouses a federal funding priority, at time mark 18:40. More>

IU13 honors teachers, students for STEM work

LNP, June 1, 2015
Laura Trout was named elementary STEM teacher of the year for incorporating hands-on, inquiry-based learning into the curriculum. More>

Reading teen performs at Carnegie Hall
Reading Eagle, May 22, 2015
Elliot Rhoads’17 was one of approximately 60 Camp Broadway youths from across the country who were selected to perform from nearly 500 children and young adults who auditioned. More>

Smart Talk: Summer learning program for low-income students
WITF, May 26, 2015
Executive Director Meg Reed and board member Mika McDougall discuss the Horizons summer program that is designed to help and enrich low-income students. Horizons is hosted by LCDS. More>

Country Day students explore Rome in City Hall Gallery show
LNP, May 20, 2015
Eleven Lancaster Country Day School students visited Rome in March with a mission: Capture the city as an experience, and convey it through photography. More>

Community Foundation Awards $16,000 in Grants from Youth Philanthropy Program
BCTV.org, May 20, 2015
Catherine Oxholm ’15, who was vice president of the Youth Advisory Committee of Berks County Community Foundation, is quoted about the process of awarding grants to area organizations. More>

Lancaster Country Day School grads reminded home is here
LNP, May 16, 2015
Nicholas Gerace ’15, who addressed his class, urged his fellow graduates to “always remember that your home is here.” More>

Going for the Green
Kenyon News, May 12, 2015
Alex Blickle ’11, who is a double major in mathematics and economics at Kenyon College, wrote a paper that examined the statistics embraced by the PGA Tour to determine which aspects of the game have the most influence on money earned. More>

Girls Lacrosse: Three L-L teams advance to district quarterfinals
LNP, May 12, 2015
“It’s safe to say all is fine in Cougarville, as the No. 4-seed Cougars downed No. 13 Carlisle, 22-9, in the opening round of the District Three tournament.” More>

Elco duo wins District Three Class AA doubles crown
LNP, May 9, 2015
Sebastian Pena and Drew Kopan earned a third-place finish in Class AA by virtue of their 6-2, 6-2 triumph over Fleetwood’s duo in the third-place match. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse: Four L-L teams prep for district
LNP, May 8, 2015
The Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic/McCaskey Cougars will attempt to return to the district title game for the second year in a row. More>

Lacrosse: Cougar girls aim to finish on high note
LNP, May 6, 2015
Paige Brown sent the game-winner in with 11 seconds left on the clock to complete a wild comeback over Hempfield, 20-19, in the L-L League girls’ lacrosse semifinals. More>

Lancaster Country Day moves into District 3-AA boys’ team tennis finals
Patriot News, May 6, 2015
Blaise Casselbury earned the clinching point for Lancaster Country Day. More>

Lancaster Country Day rallies past Hempfield, Manheim Twp. subdues Penn Manor: L-L girls’ lacrosse semifinals
Patriot News, May 6, 2015
LCDS staged a huge rally in the final minutes and clipped Hempfield 20-19 in a thrilling Lancaster-Lebanon League girls’ lacrosse semifinal. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse L-L semis: Cougars’ complete comeback over Hempfield
LNP, May 5, 2015
After a tough win, girls lacrosse goes on to the League Championship game Thursday.  More>

Muraika wins AAA district crown, Wanner takes AA silver
LNP, May 4, 2015
Blaise Casselbury rebounded to win the third place match 6-1, 4-6, 6-4 over Elco’s Adam Bahney. More>

Lancaster Country Day School Prom
LNP, May 3, 2015
See a picture gallery of the LCDS prom. More>

Girls Lacrosse: L-L League tournament preview
LNP, May 2, 2015
The Cougars appear to be the best bet to challenge tournament favorite Manheim Township for the crown this week. More>

Hempfield and Lancaster Country Day both pick up L-L wins, tie for second: Girls’ Lacrosse results for Apr. 30
Patriot News, May 1, 2015
Lancaster Country Day is headed to the Lancaster-Lebanon League playoffs. More>

AA Tennis: Lancaster Coutry Day, Elco sweep into district semifinals
LNP, May 1, 2015
A pair of sweeps landed Lancaster Country Day and Elco in the semifinals of the District Three Class AA team tournament. More>

LCDS Stages “Taming Of The Shrew”
Merchandiser, April 30, 2015
Lancaster Country Day School recently presented its production of “Taming of the Shrew,” which opened April 23 for a three-day run. More>

AA Tennis: Area trio lead district qualifiers
LNP, April 30, 2015
Blaise Casselbury claimed one of the four spots in the District Three Class AA singles tournament at the Hershey Racquet Club. More>

PHOTOS: Check out these adorable ducklings parading through Lancaster Country Day School
LNP, April 30, 2015
For about 20 years, a duck parade has been a rite of spring at LCDS. More>

Nepal through the eyes of Lancaster County travelers
LNP, April 29, 2015
US Dean of Students Mike Simpson and Maddie Harenza ’16 reflect on their memories of Nepal, in light of the earthquake there. More>

Berks Polish-American students earn scholarships
Reading Eagle, April 13, 2015
Mike Pitorak’15 earned a scholarship from the Berks County Polish-American Board of Education. More>

College scene: Bridget Umble rumbles to great spring at Hendrix
LNP, April 11, 2015
Bridget Umble ’14 was named Southern Athletic Association Player of the Week after helping Hendrix College score a pair of victories in women’s lacrosse in April. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse: Cougars upend previously unbeaten Hempfield

LNP, April 9, 2015
The Cougars won a back-and-forth battle, 14-10, under the lights at Hempfield. More>

Running guru Chris McDougall to kick off book tour in Lancaster
Patriot News, April 6, 2015
The Horizons at LCDS fundraiser with “Born to Run” bestselling author Christopher McDougall will be held April 12 at Lancaster Country Day School. More>

College decision day is May 1 — How should high school students make their picks?
LNP, April 5, 2015
Catherine Oxholm ’15 and Director of College Guidance Linda Campbell were interviewed about college decision day May 1. More>
And here are Catherine’s answers about how she’ll make her decision. More>

Boys’ Lacrosse preview: Cougars aiming for breakout season
LNP, March 30, 2015
Here is a capsule on the Lancaster Country Day/Lancaster Catholic/McCaskey Cougars lacrosse team. More>

Girls’ Lacrosse: Cougars beat E-town in Bears’ L-L League debut
LNP, March 26, 2015
Lancaster Catholic/Lancaster Country Day School/McCaskey defeated Elizabethtown 16-7. More>

Love of airplanes earns Country Day 8th-grader junior high reserve champion honors at Science Fair
LNP, March 25, 2015
David Winner, an eighth-grader at Lancaster Country Day School, was named junior high reserve champion at the 2015 North Museum Science & Engineering Fair. More>

Event Will Aid Newest Program
Merchandiser, March 25, 2015
The Horizons at LCDS fundraiser with “Born to Run” bestselling author Christopher McDougall will be held April 12 at Lancaster Country Day School. More>

Wanner, Casselbury clash in early tennis match

LNP, March 23, 2015
Said Country Day tennis coach Jim Phipps, “We’ve got a fairly new squad. We’ve got a few people back, but in key positions, we have some new people.” More>

Barefoot running guru launches new book at Lancaster fundraiser with parkour, knife throwing
LNP, March 23, 2015
The Horizons at LCDS fundraiser with “Born to Run” bestselling author Christopher McDougall will be held April 12 at Lancaster Country Day School. More>

North Museum Science & Engineering Fair: Students will vie for grand prize Wednesday
LNP, March 22, 2015
“We stress the idea of developing original experiments and making real world connections,” said Ned Bushong, the science fair adviser for Lancaster Country Day School. More>

Miguel Jacome’s American Dream takes him to McCaskey’s pool
LNP, March 21, 2015
Miguel Jacome, a student at LCDS and a member of the McCaskey High School and Lancaster Aquatic Club swim teams, moved with his family to the United States from Colombia in 2001. More>

Checkmate: Interest in youth chess grows despite school funding cutbacks
LNP, March 9, 2015
This year’s chess tournament brought students from four schools; Lancaster Country Day was one of them. More>

Students acknowledge new ideas, cultures
LNP, March 5, 2015
Doug Wilson ’15 writes about the MUN trip for LNP. More>

Local Students Receive Good Citizen Awards
Merchandiser, March 5, 2015
Kelly Leonard’15 received a Good Citizen Award from The Donegal Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution. More>

Young Thespians Perform Musical
Merchandiser, March 5, 2015
The Lancaster Country Day School Theatre Company performed “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” during a three-show run from Feb. 20 to 22. More>

Lancaster County Day School celebrates Chinese New Year
WGAL, February 27, 2015
Chinese culture plays big role at LCDS. More>

District 3-A girls’ basketball quarterfinals set after Harrisburg Academy, Newport, Greenwood, Lancaster Country Day earn wins
Patriot News, February 18, 2015
In District 3-A girls’ basketball, Lancaster Country Day topped Berks Christian 29-20 and will face No. 2 Christian School of York in the quarterfinals on Saturday in York at 2 p.m. More>

Lancaster Country Day stuns Harrisburg Academy in overtime of District 3-A boys’ basketball opener
Patriot News, February 17, 2015
Lancaster Country Day edged No. 5 seed Harrisburg Academy 66-62, led by Grant Garvin’s 25 points. They advance to visit Tri-Valley League East Division playmate Millersburg in Friday’s District 3-A quarterfinals. More>

Comcast Foundation gives $25,000 to 2 local recipients
LNP, February 11, 2015
The Comcast Foundation has donated $10,000 to Lancaster Country Day School. More>

2 African American leaders from Lancaster honored at Ware Center
LNP, February 5, 2015
Cheryl Holland-Jones ’72 received the 2015 Gavel of Social Justice Award. More>

The local list: National Signing Day
LNP, February 4, 2015
Caroline Kolva will play lacrosse for Franklin & Marshall, Nicole Abraham will swim for Connecticut College, Paige Brown will play lacrosse for Bowdoin and Blaise Casselbury will play tennis for University of Delaware. More>

Country Day’s $21 million construction project wins OK
LNP, January 7, 2015
Lancaster Country Day School has received zoning approval from Manheim Township for a proposed $21 million expansion of its campus just northwest of Lancaster city. More>

CPIHL: West York holds off Penn Manor, 2-1
LNP, January 5, 2015
Ice hockey: With 15 seconds to play in regulation, Tyler Pettoni ’15, playing for Penn Manor, had the puck in the deep slot, about 20 feet from West York goalie Blake Stitley. More>

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