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Balanced. Connected. Whole.

At DCD, we believe that balance matters in learning and life. We combine academic challenge with support; pedagogical tradition with innovation. Strong scholastics combined with outstanding arts and athletics create a program that is balanced and whole. Here, a premium is placed on both academic and emotional intelligence.  

Children learn who they are as diverse individuals and how to be part of something bigger. Acceptance is a given, and children find encouragement in every connection they make. It’s a community that nurtures, nudges, and gives. That's how we grow "whole" childrenand ultimately adults who will thrive with the intellectual and emotional capacity to contribute to their world and enjoy meaningful lives. 
 
Connect with us, and you’ll get a sense of how our students learn to think creatively and critically. You’ll see kids being kids—and being themselves. You’ll witness them tackling hands-on projects, collaborating, taking risks, solving problems—and, most of all, enjoying their experience.  

Get to Know DCD

In September, we welcomed 308 eager children back to campus for in-person learning.  While our campus and classrooms look a bit different this year, DCD’s 117th school year is off to a wonderful start.  Taking advantage of every inch of our 17-acre campus and the creativity and ingenuity of our faculty and staff, DCD students are diving into an extraordinary year of learning!

We hope you will take an opportunity to get to know us through the many virtual events and personal connections we have lined up for our admissions season.  Please follow the link below to see a full description of the many ways you can learn about DCD.

We welcome you to reach out to our admissions team with any questions at 781-329-0850 or by email, admissions@dcds.net.

Where Curiosity, Creativity, and Collaboration Thrive

Statement of Non-Discrimination

DCD admits qualified students of any race, color, religion, national, or ethnic origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, or mental or physical disability, and extends to them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded and made available to students at the school. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity, gender expression, or mental or physical disability that can be reasonably accommodated by the school, family composition, or any other status protected by applicable law in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid program, athletic program, or any other school policy or program.

Our Admissions Team

List of 3 members.

  • Photo of Emilie Liebhoff

    Mrs. Emilie Liebhoff 

    Assistant Head of School, Director of Admissions
  • Photo of Deborah White

    Deborah White 

    Associate Director of Admissions, Middle School Athletics
  • Photo of Laura Martinez

    Laura Martinez 

    Administrative Assistant

Students are talking...

    • 8th Graders and Strengths

DCD Joins the Lower School Diversity Consortium

We are excited to share that during the summer, DCD joined the Lower School Diversity Consortium (LSDC), which is a group of schools in Greater Boston whose mission is to address systemic racism by increasing and strengthening the population of Black and Brown families in our schools. The goals of the LSDC are to discuss the unique opportunities independent schools can provide for students, to explore why these schools are worth the investment, and to explain how a family would go about exploring schools to find the best match. This consortium is not about promoting individual schools but about sharing the value proposition of independent schools in general to two historically underrepresented groups in independent schools - African American and Latinx/Hispanic families - and about recognizing how these underrepresented groups equally benefit our independent school communities.

Join us virtually for the Consortium's first fall event which includes an informative panel discussion. 

Please click here to register for this event on November 12 | 7:00-8:30 p.m.

Please click here to learn about the panelists.
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