On Thursday, May 19, the Country Day Class of 2022 gathered with the rest of the Upper School in Keeler Theater for the last time for the Upper School awards ceremony.
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.
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In the News
One of the most memorable and emotional end-of-year traditions at Country Day is when teachers, staff, and students from all divisions line the sidewalks on campus to clap as seniors walk by wearing spirit wear from the colleges and universities where they will matriculate in the fall.
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Congratulations to Bob Buechner '65, Chris Griffith '81, Susan Pepper '95, Ellie Off Pomeroy '96, JR Foster '98, and Max Dietz '10. “Athletics are an essential component of the whole child education we value here at Country Day, and especially its ability to create leaders. A look at our honorees shows that Country Day has always helped to develop not just multi-sports athletes, but also multi-talented leaders.”
Daniel Nesbitt ’18 and Jonathan Fan ’18 have recently been named President’s Fellows at Trinity College. This year’s cohort is a diverse group of 32 scholars, each of whom has compiled an exemplary academic record. Click below to read the Q&A with these two amazing alumni.
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.
Savannah Patton is responsible for Country Day's day to day communications and marketing needs. She manages social media, the website, media outreach efforts and supports the school in various other efforts.
Savannah moved to the Northern Kentucky area in 2020. Before She's held various roles including working for Kentucky Sports Radio, Boosterthon, and United Way of Greater Cincinnati.