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Our virtual Campus Close-Ups include a welcome from our Head of School, sessions specific to our four teaching units, elective selections on aspects of our mission and program, and a closing Q&A with current Upper School students. You can view previously recorded sessions from fall and winter 2021-2022 below.


Join us as Head of School Karen Cumberbatch defines how we learn and live with purpose, illustrated by current Upper School student ambassadors.

Unit Sessions

Our three Early School campuses in Durham and Chapel Hill serve students in the Pre-K to Kindergarten age range.

Informed by design-thinking, our Lower School serves students in the grades 1-4 age range.

Our Middle School emphasizes student voice and choice for ages in the grades 5-8 range.

Our Upper School's balanced curriculum and mentored leadership opportunities serve students in grades 9-12.

Elective Sessions

Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Naa Norley Adom, joined by current students, will speak to the ways that we seek to affirm all identities and pursue social justice. (Recorded November 13)

Our College Counselor Stefan Waldschmidt will share ways to find the right school and how narrative evaluations work in the college admission process. Current students will provide their perspective.

What does it mean to be an inclusive, secular school guided by Quaker values and led by Quaker practices? Hear from Middle School Interim Head Ida Trisolini and Durham Early School Head Carmen Raynor.

Closing Questions

Karen Cumberbatch and our student ambassadors will be ready to answer your questions and share how you can become a part of our school community.