Gray Stone Day School offers students in grades 6-12 a rigorous college preparatory curriculum in an environment that fosters the development of strong character.
Graduates of Gray Stone are prepared to excel in higher education and to provide leadership in their communities.
Integrity, responsibility and service to others are hallmarks of the Gray Stone graduate.
Gray Stone News
January 14, 2022
Gray Stone Day students earn national recognition
Two Gray Stone Day School students have been selected by The National College Board for the National Rural and Small Town Recognition Award.
Jacqueline Steenwyk and Ethan Wilkins, both seniors, earned this recognition based on their academic achievements in school and outstanding performance on the PSAT/NMSQT, PSAT 10 and/or AP Exams.
January 5, 2022
Gray Stone teacher works to connect with students through his passion for music
Middle school students from Gray Stone Day School were treated to an intimate concert last month inside the Henry Pfeiffer Chapel from a professional flutist who also happens to be a new music teacher at the school.
He performed several pieces, incorporating unconventional playing techniques such as humming and over-blowing to produce several notes at the same time.
December 28, 2021
Gray Stone students learn to problem solve, overcome failures in Design Lab class
Too often in school, success is narrowly measured around whether students pass a host of tests and exams. And for many students, who spend hours each week studying and pouring over notes, they have come to learn that failure is not an option.
But at Gray Stone Day School in Jeff Brown’s Design Lab class, located in a spacious classroom known as the Innovation Lab, failure is not only expected, it’s encouraged as part of the learning process.
Over the past two months, Brown’s students have been working in pairs to design and engineer hands-on projects.