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A group of students posing during graduation.

Beyond DCD

DCD Students Are Ready for What’s Next!

DCD graduates are known for their citizenship, maturity, and academic readiness. When they complete their DCD journey, students are:

Equipped with tools for…

  • Managing their time
  • Thinking critically and creatively
  • Independent learning
  • Achieving academically, artistically, and athletically

They know how to…

  • Solve problems
  • Write
  • Communicate
  • Collaborate
  • Advocate
  • Try new things

And they…

  • Embrace differences and differing opinions
  • Have confidence in themselves
  • Care about others
  • Understand that they are a part of something bigger than themselves

They are ready to meet the challenges of high school and beyond with passion and success.

A student signing their hand print and their name on a wall.

DCD Students Have Many Options for Secondary School

Our Secondary School Counseling Program ensures that the next step in each student’s educational journey is with a school that matches his or her individual academic skills, needs, and extracurricular interests.

DCD eighth graders often have many options when choosing their next school. While many students receive acceptances to and matriculate in the top day and boarding schools in New England, some students do choose to attend the public high schools in their towns. Below is a list of schools where you’ll find many of our DCD graduates.

Secondary Schools

Where Do DCD Graduates Go?

Avon Old Farms
Beaver Country Day
Belmont Hill School
Brimmer & May
Buckingham, Browne, and Nichols
Brooks School
Concord Academy
Catholic Memorial
Commonwealth School
Dana Hall
Deerfield Academy
Dexter Southfield
Middlesex School
Milton Academy
Miss Porter’s School
Noble and Greenough School
New Hampton School
Roxbury Latin
St. Mark’s School
The Rivers School
Tabor Academy
Thayer Academy
Xaverian Brothers High School
Students smiling and laughing during graduation.