Enjoy this video recap of Homecoming 2021!
of faculty with advanced degrees
student to faculty ratio
students of color
churches represented by DC families
acres on 2 campuses, both in western suburbs of Philadelphia
of graduates go on to colleges nationwide
awarded in tuition assistance
of students, 9-12, enrolled in AP courses
service hours given annually by DC students to area churches and communities
On Tuesday, October 5, we dedicated The Orchard, our newest building at the Lower Campus, with a prayer and ribbon cutting ceremony. Watch the video!
Please join us in congratulating DC Senior Titus Ahlborn who has been named a National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists.
Please join us in congratulating Mike Militello, Upper School Math teacher, who recently received The University of Chicago Outstanding Educator Award.
Beginning Monday September 27, construction crews will be working to transform the Upper Gym into a new Student Union that is scheduled to be completed Spring 2022. Watch the Video.
After just two weeks of their season, the Girls Cross Country team is off and running “fast.”
Our school Theme Verse reminds us that wisdom from above results in the character qualities of meekness, righteousness, and peace. But how, in a culture that is divided and facing multiple challenges, does the DC community demonstrate these qualities? DC's Head of School, Dan Steinfield reflects on this timely issue.
Physical space is a key element that helps to create an environment conducive to preparing students for a life of impact through an innovative and exemplary education rooted in Christ. Learn more about three exciting projects that are in process at the Lower Campus this summer.
Prepare for the 2021-2022 school year. Get information on summer reading, supply lists, forms and more!
Congratulations to members of the Class of 2021 who have received acceptances to over 120 different colleges and universities. View List of Acceptances.