In the 69th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, Marley Handler `24 was named a National Merit Semifinalist, and Rana Arebi `24 and Gracie Mitchell `24 were named National Merit Commended Students. Additionally, five students were also honored in the National African American Recognition Program and five students were also honored in the National Hispanic Recognition Program.
Telling our story is a priority for us here at Country Day. In collaboration with and in service to the Country Day community, the communications department designs strategies and allocates resources for communicating the school's unique characteristics, programs, philosophies, accomplishments, and news.
Ultimately, our goal is to reach and engage our entire community - from prospective and current families to our alumni, from our dedicated faculty and staff to the greater Cincinnati community and beyond. Whether you have a story idea, would like to request or review our logos, or want to view a past publication, click on a button below or a link in the left navigation to join us in sharing the school's story.
In the News
The Cincinnati Country Day School community honored two alumni during the 2023 Alumni Breakfast: Dick Durand `73 was named this year’s recipient of the Virtue in Action Award and Steve Lazarus `81 was selected as the recipient of the 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award.
Cincinnati Country Day School is ranked the #1 best private high school, #1 best private K-12 school, and #1 best high school for STEM in the Cincinnati area.
We have long known that in order to thrive, students need to develop a sense of mastery, autonomy, and community. And while our methods will continue to evolve in response to a rapidly changing world, those objectives will remain the same at Country Day.
This past fall, Levi was awarded not one but three Congressional Awards – bronze, silver, and gold. Only 550 people in the United States receive the gold medal each year.
Director of Strategic Marketing & Communications
Ms. McKenrick is responsible for leading Country Day’s marketing and communications team and all activities related to conceptualizing, developing, and implementing a strategy for promoting the school to both internal and external audiences.
Prior to her tenure at Allerton Hill, she served as the director of communications for the Mariemont City School District and worked in the non-profit sector.
Assistant Director of Communications
Jared Saigh (pronounced “SAY”) is from Iron River, Michigan – a small town in the Upper Peninsula. He graduated from Central Michigan University with a bachelor's degree in broadcasting and cinematic arts. He got his first job in marketing as a content producer, creating photo, video, and social media content for clients in a variety of industries. Jared relocated to Cincinnati at the end of 2020 and spent his most recent stint in the agency world as an account manager at a digital marketing agency. Jared also co-owns Racket Media, a story-first production company specializing in brand films and commercial content. In his free time, he loves to watch and play sports, hike, and attend local trivia nights.