Facts and Figures

The School

Founded in 1962, Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is an independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in southwest Fort Worth. Named one of the “Most Livable Communities,” Fort Worth is the nation’s 12th largest city. A major center for industry, technology and transportation, Fort Worth is home to many corporations, including American Airlines, Bell Helicopter and Lockheed Martin. Fort Worth boasts several world-renowned museums and a thriving performing arts scene.


Fort Worth Country Day is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest,(ISAS). ISAS, a member of the International Council Advancing Independent School Accreditation (ICAISA), has voluntarily submitted to a rigorous and impartial review of its accreditation program and demonstrated its adherence to the Council’s Criteria for Effective Independent School Accreditation Practices. ISAS is commended by ICAISA for the quality of the Association’s accreditation program for its Member Schools.

Head of School

Eric Lombardi

2021-22 Enrollment

Current enrollment totals 1,097 students.
  • Lower School (JK-4) 395 students
  • Middle School (5-8) 327 students
  • Upper School (9-12) 375 students

Student/Faculty Ratio

  • Junior Kindergarten 10:1
  • Kindergarten 10:1
  • Lower School 15:1
  • Middle School 9:1
  • Upper School 10:1


  • 154 full-time faculty members
  • More than 54 percent of all full-time faculty in grades JK-12 hold advanced degrees

Class Schedule


8:10 a.m.-1 p.m.
8:10 a.m. - 3:10 p.m.
8:05 a.m. - 3:20 p.m.
8:05 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
8:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

FWCD: A School of Significance

Student looking upward.
Fort Worth Country Day is an important institution, important not only in the lives of its students, but also in the fabric of the city and of every city around the globe where our graduates become productive citizens. Those of us involved in the School today are charged with building on Country Day's countless well-documented successes and taking our students and our community to still loftier heights.

Take some time to explore our 2018 strategic plan aspirations for the future of Country Day to learn more about where we are and our commitment to where we want to be, going forward.

Curriculum Highlights

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    The habits and values developed in early years become foundational successes for students giving them the confidence to know that anything is possible. Lower School distinctions include:
    • Differentiated Instruction (reading, writing, word study and phonics, and mathematics)
    • French/Spanish Language
    • Falcon Collaboratory (students communicate and collaborate while engaging in learning experiences that integrate science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics)
    • Science Labs
    • Studio Art Instruction
    • First Steps in Music, Conversational Solfege, and World Music Drumming
    • Dynamic Physical Education
    • High-Tech Resources
    • SOAR Extended Care and After-School Enrichment Program
    • Full-Time Academic Support Coordinator
    • Full-Time Health and Wellness Counselor and Related Programming

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    The middle school years are a transitional time filled with challenges and exponential potential. FWCD emphasizes the “SIX Cs”: creativity, character, critical thinking, communication, cosmopolitanism/cross-culturalism, and collaboration. FWCD Middle School distinctions include:
    • Specialized Experts for All Academic Subjects
    • French, Spanish and Latin Language Instruction
    • Visual and Performing Arts Experiences (art, band, orchestra, drumline, choir, ballet, theatre with grade-level performances)
    • Grades 5-6 Sports Integration; Grades 7-8 Competitive Sports
    • Academic Advisory Program
    • Integrated One-to-One iPad Program with an iPad Coordinator
    • Grade-Level Curriculum-Based Overnight Trips
    • Age-Appropriate Service Learning
    • Awesomeness Initiative Program (nongraded elective courses intended to fuel passions, as well as add exposure to the skills required in the 21st-century workforce)
    • Trip Opportunities for Grades 7-8 through the Center for International Studies
    • Full-Time Academic Support Coordinator
    • Full-Time Health and Wellness Counselor and Related Programming
    • Core Values Program 

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    Preparing for the challenges of college and beyond, students continue to cultivate and enhance their skills and knowledge. During these years, values are cemented, standards are elevated, and leaders are born. Upper School distinctions include:
    • Four 75-Minute Classes Daily
    • 100+ Course Offerings (21 Advanced Placement Courses)
    • College Counseling Office and Related Programming for All Grades
    • Malone Schools Online Network
    • Grade-Level Deans and Advisory Program
    • Senior Capstone Project (interdisciplinary independent study elective with a faculty supervisor and mentor in chosen field)
    • Full Visual and Performing Arts Program with the ISAS Arts Festival Each Spring (music and art history, band, orchestra, choir, ballet, acting, musical theatre, technical theatre, painting and drawing, photography, and ceramics)
    • Typically 30 JV and Varsity Athletic Teams
    • TEAM Service (student-led service learning group)
    • Link Crew (peer mentor program for freshmen)
    • Sophomore Washington, D.C. Trip (culminating project for government course)
    • Cum Laude Society
    • Trip Opportunities through the Center for International Studies
    • Bring-Your-Own Laptop Program
    • Full-Time Academic Support Coordinator
    • Full-Time Health and Wellness Counselor and Related Programming
    • Emphasis on Core Values


Tuition rates are determined each January by the Board of Trustees for the upcoming school year. Tuition for the 2021-221 school year is:
  Tuition Meal Plan  Activity Fee
Grade JK*
Extended Day (8-3) $14,660 $625 ($3.63/meal) $475
Full Day (8-1) $11,600 $625 ($3.63/meal) $475
Kindergarten    $23,000 $825 ($4.80/meal) $475
Lower School 1-4 $24,280 $925 ($5.38/meal) $475
Middle School 5-8 $26,020 $1,050 ($6.10/meal) $475
Upper School 9-12 $27,430 $1,125 ($6.54/meal) See estimated expenses
Tuition for the following school year is determined in January by the Board of Trustees.
*Financial aid is not available for JK

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  • Review Additional Estimated Expenses

    For Junior Kindergarten, Kindergarten and Lower School, the activity fee covers all books, school trips, the yearbook and supplies. Extended care options are available through the campus-based SOAR program. The activity fee for Middle School includes all of the class trips that are unique to the middle school program as well as the yearbook. The activity fee in Middle School will not eliminate bills for certain elective items and it does not include the cost of books and supplies. Currently, there is no activity fee in the Upper School.

    • Books and Supplies - $500-1000 for grades 5-12
    • Accident Insurance - $25 per year ($1000 coverage)
    • Tuition Refund Insurance - 2.1% of tuition, meal plan and activity fee
    • Additional optional charges depend on the degree to which the student is involved in sports, arts, and academic activities offered at FWCD. Some examples: athletic teams in grades 7-12 require the purchase of appropriate sports equipment and shoes, ballet students purchase annual recital costumes, musical instruments can be rented through FWCD for $150 per year. Seniors have additional charges for SAT and Advanced Placement tests, as well as graduation.

Tuition Assistance

Need-based financial aid enhances the student body of Fort Worth Country Day. The School attracts and retains deserving and talented children whose families qualify for such assistance. The admission decision is based solely on each student’s academic and personal qualities—independent of the family’s ability to meet the cost of an FWCD education. Thus, admission to FWCD and the awarding of financial assistance are two separate decisions.
Financial assistance is awarded annually and granted based on demonstrated financial need (determined by submitting a Parents’ Financial Statement, current IRS tax return, and W2 forms), satisfactory performance, and the School’s availability of funds.

Financial assistance funds are made available from several sources, including income from financial aid endowment funds and gifts from individuals and organizations designated specifically for financial assistance. For the 2021-22 academic year, $3.7 million was awarded in financial aid. This translates to one in every four students or 23 percent of the FWCD student body. The average award for kindergarten was $12,144. 

In addition, FWCD has seven Named Scholars Programs (subject to availability):
  • The Malone Scholars Program (for grades 7-9)
  • Jillian Chandler Thompson Memorial Scholarship (for returning African-American students in grades 4-9)
  • The Edward P. Bass Scholarship (for new students in grades 9-12)
  • Reilly Family Foundation/Breakthrough Fort Worth Scholarship (for students sourced through Breakthrough Fort Worth and entering grades 8 or 9)
  • Gayle G. and Evan D. Peterson Scholarship
  • Joey Pollard Memorial Scholarship
  • Betty Reese Memorial Scholarship

Advanced Placement

Fort Worth Country Day currently offers 21 Advanced Placement (AP) courses. In 2021, 171 students took 492 exams.

Class of 2021

  • Eighty-six seniors submitted 580 applications and were admitted to 121 colleges and universities.
  • They attend 47 different institutions throughout the United States. 
  • Thirteen students were recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation and/or the College Board Recognition Program as National Hispanic Scholars.
  • The class was awarded more than $11.6 million in merit-based scholarships and awards.
  • Fifty-six percent of the members of the Class of 2021 attend colleges and universities located across the nation. Forty-four percent of the class attend Texas colleges and universities.

Standardized Testing for the Class of 2021 (86 Students)

ACT (73 testers)
(Middle 50%) 25-32

SAT (62 testers)
(Middle 50%) 1170-1440
Evidence-Based Reading & Writing: 630-730
Math: 560-710

Physical Education/Athletics

FWCD’s athletic tradition is renowned. Dynamic Physical Education, which includes lessons focused on fitness development, coordination, body management, and game-playing, starts immediately in junior kindergarten and Lower School. In Middle School, students pursue a sampling of athletic endeavors in a physical education developmental program that introduces them to the sports offered in the FWCD athletic program. Competitive, interscholastic sports begin in seventh grade. Students may choose from among 50 Middle School and Upper School teams. Athletics not only promotes healthy bodies, but it also teaches perseverance, sacrifice, discipline, sportsmanship and teamwork—valuable tools to take into adulthood.

FWCD varsity sports include baseball, basketball (boys/girls), cheerleading (fall, winter), cross country (boys/girls), field hockey, football, golf (boys/girls), lacrosse (boys only), soccer (boys/girls), softball, swimming (boys/girls), tennis (boys/girls), track and field (boys/girls), volleyball (boys/girls) and wrestling. There are three sports seasons: fall, winter and spring. Fourth-grade, Middle School, and Upper School students may also participate in ballet in place of PE/athletics.
Varsity teams compete in the Southwest Preparatory Conference, which comprises 18 schools.

Visual and Performing Arts

FWCD takes pride in its fine arts program, an integral part of the 3A’s at the School. Students participate in both visual and performing arts experiences beginning in Lower School and building in-depth and breadth through senior year.
In visual arts, students create a variety of works, such as drawing, painting, ceramics, photography, and print and digital media. Students showcase their work in professional displays throughout campus, as well as in art shows and competitions in the community. Students are exposed to all types of media with additional options for journalism, newspaper, video, and yearbook production in Upper School. The Sid W. Richardson Visual Arts Center is a contemporary space that houses art rooms, a digital lab, a darkroom, and a state-of-the-art ceramics studio.
Lower School students begin their musical journey building foundational skills through vocal and rhythmic development, creative expression and movement, instrumental ensemble work, and performances to foster a love of music to last a lifetime. Falcon Flyers, the Lower School choir, offers students opportunities to further expand musicianship and performance skills. Students may also opt to participate in The Conservatory at Fort Worth Country Day program after school.
Middle School offers a show choir option, which adds the element of dance. Students may continue to pursue choir, including solo and ensemble opportunities, through Upper School. Band, drumline and orchestra are available to students in grades 6-12, where students perform an exciting and challenging repertoire at various events, including football games, pep rallies, concerts and festivals.
Theatre classes begin in fifth grade. Students explore movement and vocal technique, as well as play creative dramatic games throughout Middle School. In eighth grade, students participate in a production. Upper School students can choose courses in Acting, Musical Theatre or Playwriting. All theatre students write plays that are submitted for competition. Students interested in working backstage or learning lighting and sound can enroll in Technical Theatre.
The School’s celebrated ballet program, which counts as an athletic credit in place of PE or organized athletics, begins in fourth grade, culminating senior year. Dance students learn classical ballet and jazz technique and have the opportunity to perform in full-length ballets and student choreography. Students may also opt to participate in The Ballet Conservatory at Fort Worth Country Day program after school.
More than 150 Upper School students in visual and performing arts participate each year in the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest Arts Festival, a three-day festival with 50 other peer schools, presenting students with opportunities to showcase their work, attend workshops, and receive critique from professionals in their field.
Each student is required to take a one-semester course of Art History, Music History, or AP Music Theory as a graduation requirement.

SOAR Extended Care and Enrichment

SOAR (Scholastic Opportunities, Arts and Recreation) Extended Care at Fort Worth Country Day offers students a series of engaging and unique programs outside of the traditional school-day schedule. On school days from 3:10 to 6 p.m., students in SOAR have the opportunity to spark new interests, build upon their existing passions, and develop new peer relationships, all without having to leave the FWCD campus. Available to students in JK-4, SOAR Extended Care is led by a team of FWCD faculty and staff, accomplished educators, and experienced childcare professionals.

SOAR After-School Enrichment, for grades JK-6, provides students with opportunities to engage in supervised study, recreational, and arts and crafts activities after school. SOAR Enrichment Programs provide students with specialized instruction and further exploration into and beyond the curriculum. Programs are updated each semester and include performing arts, sciences, languages, sports, visual arts, and STEM and STEAM sessions. 

Summer Camps at FWCD

Fort Worth Country Day hosts a variety of summer camp programs each year that serve as catalysts for generating new skills, friendships and memories. Fort Wonder Summer Camps provide participants with exciting theme-based learning opportunities and activities in an unforgettable environment. Falcon Sports Camps allow students to explore new athletic endeavors or to further develop their skillsets in their favorite sports. In addition to Fort Wonder Summer Camps and Falcon Sports Camps, FWCD offers summer academic preparation/refresher courses, giving students a fun jumpstart on the year ahead.


The goal of the FWCD Library Program is to foster lifelong reading, while preparing students for college-level research. The library team comprises four individuals: one personal Librarian with an advanced degree in library science serves in each division and a full-time Library Assistant. Their backgrounds in JK-12 education and library services provide students with a rich resource. FWCD maintains two libraries that offer more than 35,000 print books, as well as a collection of ebooks, audiobooks, and research databases suitable for all ages.  


Technology is fully integrated into the curriculum at FWCD. Students utilize modern tools to enhance the academic program. A dedicated group of technology professionals provides support and services to the entire Fort Worth Country Day community.
In Lower School, iPads and interactive whiteboard technology are a part of every teacher’s classroom. There is an iPad lab, and the library features laptops for student use. Lower School teachers use technology to enhance the educational experiences of students, integrating technology tools into their lessons in appropriate and meaningful ways.

In Middle School, all students purchase an iPad as a school supply and bring it to school every day. The iPad Coordinator supports teachers and students, guiding and facilitating the use of the iPads, which allows students to grow and experiment using technology in the classroom. There is also a dedicated computer lab in the Middle School, and all teachers have interactive whiteboard technology in their classrooms.

In Upper School, students bring their own laptops to school each day. Laptop computers are used as an extension of the academic program. Research, writing, design, collaboration and communication are hallmarks of the Fort Worth Country Day technology programs.
FWCD supports a fully wireless campus with broad, public Wi-Fi access across all buildings and fields. Internet connectivity is supplied through a 1GB circuit and supports more than 700 desktop and laptop computers. Teachers have access to many educational software titles, as well as Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and many more.
A Faculty Initiative in Technology program allows teachers to continually develop new teaching strategies involving technology integration. A distance-learning lab enables students and teachers to engage in selected courses offered by the Malone Schools Online Network (see page 15) and collaborate with worldwide peers.
The TEAM Room (Technology Engineering Art Maker) is a dedicated makerspace available to teachers in every grade for classroom activities and projects.
The School’s website, fwcd.org, serves as a public viewbook. A private login section of the website serves as a portal for all FWCD communication. Parents, students, alumni and faculty/staff can access teacher and athletic webpages, report cards, assignments, schedules, and directory and calendar information—all online. Electronic newsletters, as well as social media feeds, provide additional ways to keep up-to-date on all campus activities. An auto-dialer, Connect 5, notifies all families of emergencies or closings on campus.

Parent Involvement

FWCD parents are offered a number of ways to become involved in the life of the School. Organizations such as the Parent Faculty Association (PFA), Falcon Club and Supporting CAST (Creative Arts Students and Teachers) allow parents and grandparents opportunities to give their time and talents in efforts to help fulfill the purpose of the School.

Parent Faculty Association (PFA)

The Parent Faculty Association (PFA) was established to include all parents and faculty at FWCD and has no dues or meeting requirements. They are governed by a volunteer Board of Directors made up of FWCD parents and are in place to support and promote FWCD and provide opportunities for parents to take active roles in the life of the School. The PFA hosts numerous community-building events to foster parent, student and faculty relationships, as well as to raise funds to support the School. Some examples of these events include Carnival, Bingo, Pumpkin Patch, and the FWCD Parent Party. The PFA also coordinates with each division to designate Room Representatives for each class. 

Alumni Association

At more than 4,000 members strong, the FWCD Alumni Association is a vital part of Fort Worth Country Day. Members often give back to their alma mater by serving in leadership roles, giving to The FWCD Fund (the School’s annual fund), and volunteering on campus and beyond. FWCD alumni remain engaged through gatherings, such as Homecoming, the new spring Reunion Weekend, Falcons on the Road, the Alumni Musical Sneak Peek, and various alumni sporting events. All FWCD alumni stay connected through Alumni Relations communications, social media, the Falconer magazine, and campus visits.

Annual Giving

The FWCD Fund, the School’s annual fund, provides Fort Worth Country Day with the flexibility to respond to immediate opportunities to keep FWCD growing and thriving. The tradition of giving at FWCD has always been important and demonstrates the loyalty, commitment and spirit of the FWCD community. Parents, grandparents, alumni, faculty/staff and friends are asked to contribute to this fund, which has exceeded $1 million in unrestricted support to FWCD the past three years. This support allows the School to design new opportunities and initiatives and retain and attract remarkable students, distinguished faculty, and hard-working staff.  


Options for 2021-22 include:

West Fort Worth

  • $425 per year
  • Billed annually to the student's account
  • Registration Deadline: August 6, 2021
  • Route One: 
    • 419 N. Bailey (N. Bailey and Cresthaven Terrace)
      Departs: 7:25 a.m.
      Monticello Park (Dorothy and White Settlement)
      Departs: 7:30 a.m.
  • Route Two:
    • Arlington Heights United Methodist Church (4200 Camp Bowie Boulevard) 
      Departs: 7:25 a.m.
      Shady Oaks Country Club (320 Roaring Springs Road)
      Departs: 7:35 a.m.


  • $1,550 per year
  • Billed annually to the student's account
    Registration Deadline: August 6, 2021
  • Route: Ace Hardware parking lot (4609 Colleyville Boulevard)
    Departs: 6:50 a.m.

Center for International Studies

Launched in April 2018, the Center for International Studies (CIS) at Fort Worth Country Day serves as the home base for FWCD’s international initiatives, including its overseas summer expeditions, exchange opportunities, cultural programs, and global competency professional development. The goal of the CIS is to develop in all students the skills, confidence and mindset to be successful in today’s (and tomorrow’s) world. The center strives to create authentic experiences that foster global competence, fulfill the School’s mission, and create greater global awareness. Through Fort Worth Sister Cities International, students may apply to be part of organized youth exchanges to nine of Fort Worth’s Sister Cities. In 2019, FWCD was honored with Fort Worth Sister Cities’ Eisenhower Award for Organizational Involvement. FWCD is the first independent school to earn the honor, which has been awarded since 2001.
Through CIS, FWCD also is one of only 15 schools in North America partnering with Students Shoulder-to-Shoulder to provide ethical leadership development through experiential courses. These courses offer students unique opportunities to work alongside local non-governmental organizations in 12 different locations in the U.S. and abroad as they seek to improve conditions in their communities. FWCD families also have opportunities to serve as hosts to an international student or teacher. There is limited financial assistance available to students who need it for any travel opportunities. If you have any questions regarding FWCD’s international programs, contact Bill Arnold ’86, Director of the Center for International Studies, at bill.arnold@fwcd.com.

Breakthrough Fort Worth

A nationally affiliated program, Breakthrough Fort Worth at FWCD is a tuition-free enrichment program that empowers high-potential, underserved youth across Tarrant County on a path to college they can own. The students’ progressive, six-year educational journey (grades 7-12) builds academic confidence, leadership skills, and knowledge for the college admission process. Fostering that success is Breakthrough’s highly regarded students-teaching-students model, a pre-professional teaching residency that provides program students with caring mentors and their high school/college teaching fellows with guided, immersive classroom management. Because it’s hosted during the out-of-school hours, many FWCD Upper School students and alumni serve as volunteer and teaching leaders in the program. Together, the FWCD family and Breakthrough are helping to improve educational equity.

Malone School Online Network

Fort Worth Country Day is a founding member of the Malone Schools Online Network (MSON), which provides Upper School students with distance-learning instruction through virtual online classes that enhance FWCD’s curriculum. These courses promote the values of the Malone Family Foundation and are taught by teachers from Malone Schools in the network. The teaching professionals are experts in their fields; many have experience with independent education and share a commitment to excellence, small class sizes, and personal relationships.
FWCD students in grades 11 and 12 may apply to take MSON courses, which serve as a high school enrichment elective course, and meet twice a week during the regular school day. Each course takes a blended approach, combining synchronous instruction, real-time video conferencing seminars with asynchronous instruction, recorded lectures, and exercises that students complete outside of class. The result lies somewhere between a “flipped classroom” and a “virtual Harkness table.” Each course has a minimum of six students and a maximum of 16, allowing for a virtual discussion seminar delivered in high-definition classroom setups.
In the 2021-22 academic year, 12 FWCD students are enrolled in seven of the 48 MSON courses offered. There are 27 schools currently participating in the MSON program.

Community Engagement and Inclusion

Enhancing diversity has been a consistently identified theme by members of the FWCD community. During the 2016-17 academic year, the Board of Trustees’ goals included being more proactive in promoting diversity/inclusivity. The Board decided to set a tone, consistent with the School’s mission, purpose, and core values, through the creation of an affirmative diversity statement. FWCD’s Inclusivity Statement was approved by the Board in January 2017. The statement is as follows:
At Fort Worth Country Day, we believe that understanding and respecting differences not only inspires compassion and empathy, but also fosters intellectual curiosity and creativity. We embrace the diverse cultures, experiences and perspectives that comprise and enhance our learning environment. We commit to sustaining and growing an intentionally inclusive community.

If you have questions regarding FWCD’s Inclusivity Statement in Action, contact Nicole Masole, Director of Community Engagement and Inclusion, at nicole.masole@fwcd.com.

FWCD’s Strategic Plan

In 2018, Fort Worth Country Day released a detailed strategic plan, reflecting on where it is as an institution and where it wants to be going forward. The plan and its priorities were created through a highly inclusive and participatory process that included a steering committee that focused on research, environment scans, SWOT analysis, committee exercises, and trends in both the independent and broader education sectors. With the unanimous Board of Trustees endorsement, the FWCD Strategic Plan encompasses four goals:

Goal 1: Inspire innovation and excellence throughout the FWCD experience
Goal 2: Play a more integral role in Fort Worth and the greater community
Goal 3: Expand our access and diversity
Goal 4: Assure sustainability

For more information, visit our Welcome to FWCD page.


Fort Worth Country Day is accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest,(ISAS). ISAS, a member of the International Council Advancing Independent School Accreditation (ICAISA), has voluntarily submitted to a rigorous and impartial review of its accreditation program and demonstrated its adherence to the Council’s Criteria for Effective Independent School Accreditation Practices. ISAS is commended by ICAISA for the quality of the Association’s accreditation program for its Member Schools.


ACCIS Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools
AFP Association of Fundraising Professionals
CASE Council for the Advancement and Support of Education
CSEE Council for Spiritual and Ethical Education
ISAS Independent Schools Association of the Southwest
ICAISA International Council Advancing Independent School Accreditation
INDEX Independent School Data Exchange
ISM Independent School Management
MSON Malone Schools Online Network
NACAC National Association for College Admission Counseling
NAIS National Association of Independent Schools
NASSP National Association of Secondary School Principals
NBOA National Business Officers Association
PRSA Public Relations Society of America
SPC Southwest Preparatory Conference
TACAC Texas Association for College Admission Counseling
TPSA Texas Private Schools Association
TISC Texas Independent Schools Consortium
The College Board
4200 Country Day Lane, Fort Worth, TX 76109
Phone: 817.732.7718
Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is a JK-12 private, independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics.

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  • Website Accessibility Statement

    Fort Worth Country Day is committed to understanding and respecting differences. To further support that initiative, FWCD is focused on making the information on our website accessible to all students, parents, and other members of the community. Achieving our goal of making the FWCD website fully accessible requires auditing numerous sections and correcting elements with minimal disruption for daily users.

    We appreciate your patience as we transition our content to a format that more closely adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Additionally, some pages of the FWCD website may contain links to third-party sites that do not comply with accessibility standards and not within the range of the School’s control.

    For questions about the FWCD website, please contact Digital Media and Content Manager, Reggie Johnson at reggie.johnson@fwcd.com.

    Learn more about Fort Worth Country Day’s Mission, Philosophy, Core Values and Commitment to Inclusivity at fwcd.org/mission.