DC middle and upper school theatre students are joining together to bring an iconic children's story The Best Christmas Pageant Ever to the stage for three shows November 15-16. Purchase Tickets.
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The DC Athletic Department and the Athletic Boosters Association wishes to thank the sponsors and runners who supported the 2019 Scarecrow Shuffle 5K and 1 Mile Fun Run/Walk.
Parents, grandparents, alumni and friends of DC are invited to join together for All-School Thanksgiving Chapel, Tuesday, November 26 at 8:30am in the lower gymnasium at the Upper Campus.
An exciting summer awaits! DC Summer Programs offers a vibrant day camp community. Campers play and learn together. Spending time outdoors fosters a love for God’s created world. Camp is the perfect opportunity to grow, learn, and connect through meaningful relationships.
Prepare for the 2019-2020 school year. Get information on summer reading, supply lists, forms and more!
DC Theatre Program takes home three Cappie Awards!
Congratulations to members of the Class of 2019 who have received acceptances to over 75 different colleges and universities.
Congratulations to junior Jackson Piotrowski who recently was named to the PIAA Class 2-A All State Second Team.
With a 13-9 regular season record, the varsity boys basketball team set their sights on a successful postseason run to a repeat District Championship title and the PIAA State Tournament.
DC’s Lower School Read-a-thon is an annual highlight for our younger learners. This year, lower school students participated in “Knights are for Reading” – a medieval themed program that played off of DC’s school mascot and focused on life during the Middle Ages.