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Softball Field
Baseball Field
Concession Stand
Gordon R. Wright
Brian J. Bortz Family Stadium
Observatory
Student Parking
Lower School
Playscape
Neil K. Bortz Family Early Childhood Center
Outdoor Education Area
Leonard Family Athletic Center
Middle School
South Gym
Keeler Theater
Dining Terrace
Upper School
Soccer & Lacrosse Fields
Thayer Arboretum
Breakthrough Ununnati
Main Entrance
North Entrance
Carey Family Ampitheater
Bus Circle
Broadwell House
7125 House

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Softball Field
Baseball Field
Concession Stand
Gordon R. Wright Tennis Complex
Brian J. Bortz Family Stadium

On Friday, August 20, 2021, a ribbon-cutting ceremony commemorated Cincinnati Country Day School’s completion of a new turf field stadium. 

Observatory

Rumor has it that Cincinnati Country Day School owns one of the largest telescopes in Cincinnati. Great views of the dark sky from the 62-acre campus! 

Student Parking
Lower School

Grades 1 - 4

Playscape
group of students walking outside

Outdoor education is an integral component of life at Country Day! In addition to the playscape, the school also has two playgrounds, two GaGa pits, and 62 acres of fun! 

Neil K. Bortz Family Early Childhood Center
Outdoor Education Area
group of students smiling

The back three acres of our property at 7125 House include a well-established maple forest. Students engage in this space for unstructured play, nature walks connected to their curriculum, and maple sugaring. 

Leonard Family Athletic Center

This 23,120-square-foot powerhouse of a space has all the amenities to support our Nighthawk and then some, including a 6-lane pool, wet classroom, and gymnastics/wrestling room.  

Middle School
South Gym
Keeler Theater
Dining Terrace

The school partners with SAGE Dining Services - a premier provider of dining services for private schools and colleges - to prepare nutritious, well-balanced meals for students, faculty, and staff. 

Upper School
Soccer & Lacrosse Fields
Thayer Arboretum
Breakthrough Cincinnati

Breakthrough Cincinnati provides “a rigorous four-year college-preparatory summer learning program for high-need and high-potential middle school students and inspires and trains college students as the next generation of teachers.”  

Main Entrance
North Entrance
Carey Family Amphitheater
Bus Circle
Broadwell House

Built in 1804, Broadwell House is a historical landmark and the highest point in Indian Hill. It has provided the perfect location for many functions over the year – from housing for heads of school and their families to play space for our CountryPlay program. 

7125 House
students posing with a teacher

The homebase for our outdoor education programming includes a small farm for 2 mini ponies, mini donkey, 4 hens, a honeybee hive, and rabbit, two native plant research plots, 4 garden beds for growing food, a kitchen for cooking projects, several compost stations, and 2 classrooms.

Whether you'll be taking an admission tour or watching an athletic event, we look forward to having you visit our campus.