Enrichment

Opening Doors Through
Creativity, Collaboration, and Communication

An enrichment program enables students to realize their potential in a variety of settings beyond the classroom and develop a sense of self-awareness in students . Our educational enrichment programs, designed to complement school curriculum, promote a deeper understanding of schoolwork. The purpose is to develop an appreciation for literacy, the fine arts, create 21st century learners and strengthen the body and mind.  

Capital Day School students in preschool through 8th grade participate in enrichment classes daily. Students attend classes in Health and Physical Education, Art, Technology, Library Media, Music and Spanish.

Meet Our Team

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Mark Mathews
Health and
Physical Eduation

BA Physical Education
and Health
Berea College
MA Physical Education
21 years at Capital Day School

David Wilson
Spanish and Latin
Academic Team Coach

BA Classical Antiquities
Southwest Missouri State
MA Classical Languages
and Literature
5 years at Capital Day School

Rebecca Carnes
Visual Arts

BA Fine Arts with focus in Animation, Art History and Japanese Language and Culture
Florida State University
MA Animation and
Game Design
2 years at Capital Day School
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Megan Eggemeier
Library Media and
Reading Intervention
BA Elementary Education
University of KY
Orton-Gillingham Certified
Institute of Multi-Sensory Education
10 years experience
6  years at Capital Day School
Mother of CDS Student Jack