SOAR Extended Care and Enrichment Programs

SOAR at Fort Worth Country Day offers students a series of engaging and unique scholastic, arts and recreation opportunities outside of the traditional school day schedule. On school days from 3:10 to 6:00 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 grades JK – 6, SOAR is led by a team of Fort Worth Country Day faculty and staff, accomplished educators and experienced childcare professionals.

Enrichment Programs

Programs by Day: Spring 2019

Monday

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  • Crossfit Kids (grades 1-4)

    Awaken your child’s love for fitness, enhance his/her cognitive skills and promote working in teams. Your child will not only learn different CrossFit skills and movements but also learn about nutrition through daily lessons and interactive activities. Each day, kids will break a sweat during their daily WOD (Workout of the Day), yoga, agility work, and other fun and challenging games and physical activities. All classes are under the guidance of a CrossFit Kids certified coach, registered nurse and nutritionist, Dabney Poorter. Dabney coaches at CrossFit Panther City and owns Engage Your Wellness.

    Grades 1 - 4
    Mondays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 28 - May 6 (no class 2/18, 3/11, & 3/18)
    Cost: $225


  • Girls Volleyball Skills (grades 3-6)

    FWCD Girls Varsity Head Coach Rosalyn Thorpe will teach participants the proper techniques of volleyball.  Sessions will start with basic passing, serving, setting and hitting techniques.  Games and drills will vary from week to week, with a continuous emphasis on developing proper fundamentals. The conclusion of each session will feature a focus on team concepts through scrimmage-type play.  This program serves as a great warmup for (and entry to) the YMCA season!

    Grades 3 - 6
    Mondays, 3:45 - 5 p.m.
    February 25 - April 29 (no class 3/11 & 3/18)
    Cost: $120
    Hosted by Rosalyn Thorpe, FWCD Girls Varsity Volleyball Head Coach
  • If I Built a House (grades 1-4)

    Have you ever imagined designing your own dream house?  Here is your opportunity!  Be inspired by five different children’s books about architecture and design as we go BIG with our imaginations in a miniature format.  Each participant will be provided with a wooden house to paint, decorate and design that can later be used for imaginative play or a very cool display shelf. We will engage many important skills like problem-solving, innovating, imagining, planning and more.  And what house would be complete without some people to occupy that space and some furniture and accessories designed by the latest up-and-coming designers of Fort Worth?  That’s right, you will design and build furnishings from a variety of materials, create wallpaper and develop wooden peg residents for your dream home!

    Grades 1 - 4
    Mondays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 28 - April 22 (no class 2/18, 3/11 and 3/18)
    Cost: $315, includes constructed wooden model house
    Hosted by Holly Clifford, FWCD Middle School Art Teacher

Tuesday

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  • Beginning Chess (grades K-8)

    Chess gives students the opportunity to develop spatial thinking skills, improve problem-solving strategies and build concentration abilities. Participants in this program will learn basic game rules, opening move tactics, middlegame strategies and endgame approaches.  Led by USCF-rated player Kevin Fleming, Beginning Chess focuses on developing an understanding of the game, rather than simply memorizing concepts.

    Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    January 22 - April 23 (no class 3/12)
    Cost: $195

    Hosted by Kevin Fleming, USCF-Rated Player & Tournament Director Grades K - 8
  • Bridge Engineers (grades 5-6)

    Participants will use introductory CAD software to design truss bridges.  Components of their bridges will be cut using a CNC router from wood stock, assembled and then bench tested for their load-bearing strength. Students will learn about the different types of truss bridges, as well as introductory engineering terms associated with bridges. All activities will take place in the FWCD TEAM Room, the incredible new makerspace environment on campus that features unbelievable tools of technology!

    Hosted by Dr. Steve Uhr, FWCD Director of Technology
    Grades 5 - 6
    Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    January 15 - March 5
    Cost: $225
  • Gettin’ Crafty (grades 3-4)

    Love to do crafts and make amazing things? Gettin’ Crafty is the perfect outlet for you!  These six weeks will allow you to explore new projects and really develop your sense of creativity.  Pom pom rabbits, rock painting, water bottle planters, cherry blossom painting, jewelry/medal holders, and patriotic door hangers are what’s in store for this semester’s Gettin’ Crafty class!  This course pairs great with Tinker Tuesday if you’d like to have your Tuesday afternoons covered from mid-January through late-April! 

    Hosted by Mandy Lofquist, FWCD Lower School Technology Specialist
    Grades 3 - 4
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    March 19 - April 23
    Cost: $200
  • Jedi Masters in Training (grades 1-3)

    Are you ready to become a Jedi Master?  Come travel to a galaxy far, far away and study the world of Star Wars through STEM, literacy and mindfulness activities.  We will read and discuss Star Wars books, learn and practice Star Wars yoga poses and how they can benefit our Jedi minds and bodies, complete Star Wars mathematical challenges, build our own Star Wars lightsabers and droid models, and so much more!  In 10 weeks, you will learn the ways of the Force and hopefully become a Jedi Master, just like Yoda himself! Challenge are you up for?  May the Force be with you!

    Hosted by Lindsay Richardson, FWCD First-Grade Teacher Grades 1 - 3
    Tuesdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    February 5 - April 16 (no class 3/12)
    Cost: $245
  • Lower School Chef (grades 1-4)

    Whitney White, Assistant Food Service Director and Catering Manager at SAGE Dining Services, brings participants into the Fischer Dining Pavilion and teaches them the essentials to becoming the next great chef!  Participants will learn how to safely and effectively navigate the kitchen while creating smoothies, house-made pastas, cupcakes and more!  Bon appetit!

    Hosted by Whitney White, SAGE Dining Services
    Grades 1 - 4
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 5 p.m.
    February 5 - February 26
    Cost: $160
  • Middle School Chef (grades 5-8)

    Go on a culinary quest with Whitney White, Assistant Food Service Director and Catering Manager at SAGE Dining Services, in this very special Middle School program.  Participants will have the opportunity to develop their cooking and baking skills in the Fischer Dining Pavilion’s state-of-the-art kitchen, crafting lemon blueberry bread, calzones, house-made macaroni and cheese, and more!  Bring an appetite for knowledge and a hunger for some delicious food!

    Hosted by Whitney White, SAGE Dining Services
    Grades 5 - 8
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.
    April 2 - April 23
    Cost: $160
  • Moving & Grooving in Zumba® Kids (grades K - 4)

    Bring your energy and your smile and get ready to party at the Zumba® Kids enrichment class! Zumba® Kids classes are rocking, high-energy dance parties packed with kid-friendly routines. We break down steps and add games, activities and cultural elements into the class structure. This program helps participants to develop a healthy lifestyle and incorporate fitness as a natural part of their lives. All classes are under the guidance of licensed Zumba® instructors Gaby Booth and Natasha Hatcher. Gaby and Natasha teach weekly Zumba® classes at CERA and YMCA, respectively.

    Hosted by Natasha Hatcher & Gaby Booth, FWCD Lower School Spanish Teachers
    Grades K - 4
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 15 - March 5
    Cost: $215
  • Tinker Tuesday (grades 3-4)

    Join us as we do “tinkery” stuff that there’s just not enough time to do during Collaboratory! This semester, we’ll be working on our LEGO Boost Robot, we’ll build an articulated hand, and we’ll spend several classes creating structures out of craft sticks and other supplies. This course pairs great with Gettin’ Crafty if you’d like to have your Tuesday afternoons covered from mid-January through late-April!

    Hosted by Mandy Lofquist, FWCD Lower School Technology Specialist
    Grades 3 - 4
    Tuesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 15 - March 5
    Cost: $165

Wednesday

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  • Beginning Bridge Builders (grades 3-4)

    Participants will learn about bridges by building models and testing their strength. Students will work with household materials to make simple bridges, leading them to more complex designs using models cut from plywood. All activities will take place in the FWCD TEAM Room, our new state-of-the-art makerspace environment.

    Hosted by Dr. Steve Uhr, FWCD Director of Technology
    Grades 3 - 4
    Wednesdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    January 16 - March 6
    Cost: $200
  • Field Hockey Fun (grades K-4)

    It’s never too early to start learning how to play field hockey! Time to get a stick in your hand, start learning the basics and play some fun games! Coach Paige Chisholm teaches participants the fundamentals of holding a stick, body position, dribbling, passing and much more. Sticks and mouthguards will be provided to all participants. Participants will need to bring their own shinguards and tennis shoes or cleats.

    Hosted by Paige Chisholm ’87, FWCD Field Hockey Program Director
    Grades K - 4
    Wednesdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    February 20 - April 10 (no class 3/13 & 3/27)
    Cost: $135

Thursday

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  • Basketball Skills Clinic (grades 1-6)

    Under the guidance of Coach Breedlove, this program is open to veteran and novice players who are interested in improving their basketball skills. Basketball Skills Clinic will cover the fundamentals of the game, including ball-handling, passing, defense, shooting, rebounding and teamwork.

    Please note: Due to the starting time of this program, participants will need to be brought to and picked up from the Square Gym by a parent or guardian.  Complimentary after-school snack is not included with this program.

    Hosted by Joe Breedlove ’78, FWCD Basketball Program Director
    Grades 1 - 6
    Thursdays, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m.
    January 10 - February 7
    Cost: $100
  • Design and Code (grades 3-4)

    In this Intro to Design Thinking and Coding course, students will use a combination of “unplugged” and computer activities to develop creative coding solutions to a variety of challenges. While developing and testing these solutions, participants will hone their problem-solving skills, expand their creativity and practice collaboration. Students will have the opportunity to engage in a range of industry-leading coding activities from Code and Go, Ozobots and Code.org.

    Hosted by Rachel Fineman, FWCD Lower School Science Teacher
    Grades 3 - 4
    Thursdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 17 - February 28 (no class 2/14)
    Cost: $125
  • Grace & Grit: Life Lessons Taught Through Women of History (grades 5-6)

    Grace & Grit teaches life lessons through influential women of history who broke barriers to achieve great things against strong odds. The lessons in this program teach girls how to overcome fears, grow more confident and learn essential life skills so they can be self-assured, strong women.

    Hosted by Kathryn Sohne, FWCD Middle School Counselor
    Grades 5 - 6
    Thursdays, 4 - 5 p.m.
    January 31 - February 28 (no class 2/14)
    Cost: $140, includes small Grace & Grit canvas tote bag, personal journal, inspirational card, Play It Forward cards and craft/art project for each lesson.
  • Intermediate Chess (grades 3-8)

    Designed for students who already have sound knowledge of the rules of chess and some familiarity with basic tactical and strategic ideas, Intermediate Chess gives participants the opportunity to take their skillset to the next level under the guidance of Kevin Fleming, a USCF-rated player and tournament director. Obtain a deeper understanding of successful tactics and strategies for each stage of the game, while improving your concentration, logic and decision-making skills through participation in this program.

    Hosted by Kevin Fleming, USCF-Rated Player & Tournament Director
    Grades 3 - 8
    Thursdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    January 17 - April 25 (no class 3/14 & 3/28)
    Cost: $210
  • Intro to Boys Volleyball (grades 4-6)

    Intro to Boys Volleyball will cover basic volleyball techniques and concepts, including forearm passing, serving, attack, setting, defense and team play. The program will culminate with a scrimmage against Greenhill’s enrichment volleyball program on Saturday, May 4 (details TBA).  The program is hosted by Patrick Powers ’05, who played Division I volleyball at Pepperdine University and is currently the Varsity Boys Volleyball Head Coach at FWCD. Patrick also coaches club volleyball for the Texas Pistols.   

    Hosted by Patrick Powers ’05, FWCD Boys Varsity Volleyball Head Coach
    Grades 4 - 6
    Thursdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    March 21 - May 2 (no class 3/28), plus a scrimmage on Saturday, May 4
    Cost: $150
  • Soccer Shots (grades K-2)

    Soccer Shots focuses on individual skill, fitness and sportsmanship, providing an opportunity for children to be challenged through fun games and team interaction. Through the activities and games we play, your child’s character and attitude will be challenged and molded positively, and they will be taught elements of teamwork, sharing, communication and respect. Most importantly, Soccer Shots will familiarize your child with the game of soccer, preparing them for an active childhood. Children will also be introduced to competition in a developmentally appropriate manner. All sessions will take place on-site at FWCD. Soccer balls and goals are provided; students are invited to wear their own shinguards and cleats.

    Hosted by Chad Wubbena, Soccer Shots
    Grades K-2
    Thursdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 17 - May 2 (no class 3/14 and 3/28)
    Cost: $290


  • Tinker Thursday (grades 1-2)

    Tinkering sessions in the Collaboratory will spark curiosity, encourage higher-order thinking skills, develop teamwork and nurture creative abilities. And it will be LOTS of FUN! Straw rockets, catapults, Loose Parts Robot Workshop ... these are just a few of the things we’ll be doing during our spring semester of Tinker Thursday!

    Hosted by Mandy Lofquist, FWCD Lower School Technology Specialist
    Grades 1 - 2
    Thursdays, 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.
    January 17 - February 28 (no class 2/14)
    Cost: $125
  • Up, Up and Away! (grades 3-6)

    Explore the human desire to leave the ground behind, first by balloon, then by plane and, finally, by rockets to the moon!  Students will learn about the science behind flight and will have the opportunity to design and test a variety of aircraft,  including hot-air balloons, paper airplanes, water bottle rockets and model rockets.

    Hosted by John Cordell, FWCD Upper School Science Teacher
    Grades 3 - 6
    Thursdays, 3:45 - 4:45 p.m.
    February 7 -



Miscellaneous Camps

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  • Holiday Hitting Camp (grades 1-8)

    This two-day December camp is designed for players in grades 1 - 8 to learn everything from the basics and finer points of a swing to more advanced skills like the “Slash” and situational hitting. It is a great way for players to get back into “baseball mode” and prepare for the upcoming season! Participants should bring a bat, helmet, batting gloves, a glove, tennis shoes and cleats to this program at the FWCD Batting Cages and Falcon Field.

    REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM AT: www.bit.ly/holidayhitting

    Hosted by Brady Benoit, FWCD Baseball Program Director
    Grades 1 - 8 (Hitters will be grouped by age and skill level)
    December 27 & 28, 11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Cost: $85

Policies & Procedures

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  • Spring 2019

    • This semester, Lower School AND Middle School students who are participating in an enrichment program (other than Basketball Skills Camp and Holiday Hitting Camp) will meet in the Lower School Atrium immediately after school, where they will be provided with a complimentary snack.

    • Instructors for enrichment programs will lead participants from the Lower School Atrium to their enrichment site.

    • Upon conclusion of each enrichment program, students will be brought back to the Lower School Atrium for pick-up.

    • In the interest of student accountability and to create the safest environment possible, we ask that parents come into the Lower School Atrium to sign out their student at the end of each enrichment session.

    • We ask that students are signed out within 10 minutes of the conclusion of their program. Students who are not signed out within 10 minutes of the conclusion of their program will be automatically enrolled in SOAR Extended Care for that day, and your student account will be charged accordingly.

    • No refunds will be provided and fees cannot be prorated if a student’s registration is canceled or if classes are missed due to illness, injury or any other event out of the control of FWCD.

    • Enrichment programs are subject to a mandatory minimum enrollment number in order for a program to make. A 100 percent refund will be provided if a program is canceled by FWCD.

Extended Care

Grades JK - 4

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  • Full-Year Enrollment (Grades JK - 4): $2,995

    • Average price-per-day: $17.11
    • 3:10 to 6:00 p.m., every school day (expanded hours on Early Dismissal Days)
    • Each Full-Year Enrollment includes a personalized 10% discount code that can be
    applied to SOAR Enrichment Program tuition throughout the 2018/2019 academic year.
    • Includes daily snack.
  • Single-Day/Drop-In Enrollment (Grades JK - 4): $25

    • 3:10 to 6:00 p.m., every school day (expanded hours on Early Dismissal Days)
    • Includes daily snack.

Grades 5 - 6

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  • Full-Year Enrollment (Grades 5 - 6): $2,395

    • Average price-per-day: $13.68
    • Each Full-Year Enrollment includes a personalized 10% discount code that can be
    applied to SOAR Enrichment Program tuition throughout the 2018/2019 academic year.
    • 3:20 to 6:00 p.m., every school day (expanded hours on Early Dismissal Days)
    • Includes daily snack.
  • Single-Day/Drop-In Enrollment (Grades 5 - 6): $20

    • 3:20 to 6:00 p.m., every school day (expanded hours on Early Dismissal Days)
    • Includes daily snack.

Program Descriptions

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  • Junior Kindergarten and Kindergarten

    Starting at 3:10 p.m. every school day, Kindergarteners and Junior Kindergarteners who are enrolled in SOAR are taken to the SOAR Creative Space in the Lower School Atrium to check-in and receive a complimentary snack. In the Lower School Atrium, Kindergarteners and Junior Kindergarteners have the option to engage in open arts and crafts activities, create a staff-guided arts and crafts project, read a book from the Lower School Library, socialize with friends, or just relax after a busy school day. From 3:10 to 6 p.m., JK and Kindergarten SOAR students also have the opportunity to engage in multiple supervised outdoor recess periods. Parents and registered guardians can pick up their SOAR participants any time between 3:10 and 6:00 p.m. by checking them out with a designated SOAR staff member at the entrance to the Lower School Atrium.

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  • Grades 1 - 4

    Starting at 3:10 p.m. every school day, 1st through 4th graders who are enrolled in SOAR are taken to the SOAR Creative Space in the Lower School Atrium to check-in and receive a complimentary snack. From there, participants can spend their time in the SOAR Creative Space (engaging in open or guided arts and crafts activities), the SOAR Study Space (a quiet zone dedicated to reading and homework), or the SOAR Play Space (featuring free-play and structured games at the Lower School Playground). Students in grades 1 – 4 are free to move from location to location at their leisure. Parents and registered guardians can pick up their SOAR participants any time between 3:10 and 6:00 p.m. by checking them out with a designated SOAR staff member at the entrance to the Lower School Atrium.

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  • Grades 5 - 6

    Starting at 3:20 p.m. every school day, 5th and 6th graders who are enrolled in SOAR will be taken to the Moncrief Library to check-in and receive a complimentary snack. Following the snack period, 5th and 6th grade SOAR participants will engage in a supervised study hall. For the safety and accountability of students, participants must  remain in the Moncrief Library unless they are participating in a SOAR Enrichment  Program that day. Parents and registered guardians can pick up their SOAR participants any time between 3:20 and 6:00 p.m. by checking them out with the study hall attendant in the Moncrief Library.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions

    Who are the members of the SOAR Extended Day staff?
    SOAR Extended Day programs are led by FWCD Staff, professional educators, and experienced childcare professionals who have completed thorough background checks and training procedures.

    Can I get a refund for my unused days in my annual SOAR Extended Care package?
    Due to the fixed costs and planning involved in executing this type of program, we are unable to provide refunds for an Annual, Monthly, or Daily SOAR Extended Care purchases. There is no discount, refund, or other allowance due to absence or illness.

    I only plan on using SOAR Extended Care a few days per week; can you adjust the
    cost of the Annual Enrollment package accordingly? 
    We are unable to adjust or prorate the cost of any SOAR Extended Care programs. 

    Is financial aid available?
    Financial aid is available for qualified families. Financial aid award amounts are determined by a family’s current financial aid award for their school tuition, up to a maximum of 75% (example: a 25% financial aid award for school tuition= a 25% financial aid award for SOAR Extended Care). Simply select the “Yes, I receive financial aid on my FWCD tuition” option in your enrollment registration, and we will automatically deduct the appropriate amount from your bill. Please note: financial aid is not available for enrichment programs.

    Are payment plans available for SOAR programs?
    Payment plans are available for SOAR Full-Year Extended Day Enrollment. When completing your online registration, you will have the option to pay in two installments (due September 1, 2018, and January 1, 2019), or in monthly payments (September through May, a total of 9 payments). Payment plans are not available for Monthly Enrollment Plans, Single-Day Enrollment Plans, and Enrichment Programs.

    What does SOAR do on early dismissal days?
    SOAR Extended Day programs are available on early dismissal days at FWCD, beginning at the conclusion of the abbreviated school day and ending at 6:00 p.m. There is no change to the enrollment rate for early dismissal days.

    Does SOAR operate on school holidays?
    SOAR extended care and enrichment programs are not available on school holidays.

    If my student is participating in a SOAR Enrichment Program, do I have to register them for SOAR Extended Care on that day? Do I have to escort them to their SOAR Enrichment Program?
    Students who are participating in a SOAR Enrichment Program are not required to register for SOAR Extended Care. At the end of the school day, students enrolled in a SOAR Enrichment Program will be taken to their respective SOAR check-in stations (the Lower School Atrium for students in grades JK – 4, and the Moncrief Library for students in grades 5 – 6). Students will receive a snack, and will then be picked up by their Enrichment Program instructor, who will walk students to the Enrichment Program location. At the end of the Enrichment Program session, students will then be taken back to their respective SOAR check-out locations (the Lower School Atrium for students in grades JK – 4, and the Moncrief Library for students in grades 5 – 6).

    My student has special dietary needs. Will you have a special snack to accommodate their situation? 
    While we can’t accommodate all dietary requests as they pertain to daily snack, the SOAR staff works closely with Nurse Lori McCormack to ensure that no SOAR participants are exposed to dangerous allergens. We also make sure that none of our snacks contain nuts (nor are they produced in facilities that process nuts). Please be sure to complete the “allergy and other medical concerns” section of the SOAR application to further ensure that the SOAR staff is aware of your student’s dietary and medical needs.

    My student is enrolled in the Gail Corkery School of Ballet. Can SOAR staff help him/her get changed and transported to the ballet studio?
    Unfortunately, due to staffing limitations and in an effort to maintain a safe environment for SOAR participants, SOAR staff cannot assist with changing and transporting students to non-SOAR programs (including but not limited to Gail Corkery School of Ballet).

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  • Terms and Conditions

      • The SOAR Extended Care program is available to all Fort Worth Country Day JK-6 students from normal dismissal until 6:00 pm.
      • Students in grades JK-6 who are not picked up by 4:00 will automatically be brought to extended care.
      • Payments are due on the 20th of the month and will be billed to student accounts. 
      • If a family is late on their payments their child(ren) will not be allowed to participate in the Extended Care program until the account is paid in full.
      • Parents must park and escort their child(ren) out of the building after signing them out with the SOAR personnel in the afternoon.
      • Parents must sign their children out at the end of the day, indicating the time and their signature.
      • A photo ID may be required at times by SOAR personnel for student dismissal.
      • Children will only be released to those listed on the authorized grown-up list for that student.
      • Late pickup fees are applied at the rate of $2 per minute after 6:00 pm.
      • Parents that are late picking up their child(ren) more than three times during one
      • month may be terminated from the SOAR program.
      • The Extended Care contract covers the entire year.
      • There is no discount, refund, or other allowance due to absence or illness.
      • Enrollment rates are fixed and do not vary based on the number of hours a student
      • is present for SOAR Extended Care.
      • Single-Day Enrollment fees cannot be applied towards the purchase of a Full-Year
      • Enrollment plan.

Contact Us

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  • Michael Carmody 

    Director of Auxiliary Programs
    817.302.3271
    The Wright Institute - Psy.D.
    The Wright Institute - M.A.
    Washington University in St. Louis - B.A.
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 Web Content Manager, Tiffini Crum at  tiffini.crum@fwcd.com.

    Learn more about Fort Worth Country Day’s Mission, Philosophy, Core Values and Commitment to Inclusivity.