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    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse Practice

    Playing Fields - Lacrosse Field

    Varsity Girls Softball Practice

    Playing Fields - Softball Field

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    Varsity Boys Baseball Practice

    Playing Fields - Dubois - Frazier Baseball Field
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    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Lacrosse Field
    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Palmetto Middle School

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    Districts

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    PA Luncheon

    Matteo's Restaurant

    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse Practice

    Playing Fields - Lacrosse Field

    Varsity Girls Softball Practice

    Playing Fields - Softball Field

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    States

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    States

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    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Home
    Playing Fields - Lacrosse Field
    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Westminster Christian

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse Practice

    Playing Fields - Lacrosse Field

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Away
    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Palmetto Middle School

    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse

    Away
    Middle School Varsity Boys Lacrosse vs Gulliver

    Spartan Athletic Hall of Fame "Class of 2022"

    Carlos Cannon – Class of 2008
    Carlos Cannon, Class of 2008, was a star swimmer and water polo player at Miami Country Day School. In swimming, Carlos participated for 6 years, served as team captain his junior and senior seasons, won the Coaches Award 3 times, and qualified for States in the 200 Free Relay his sophomore season and 50 Free as a senior.  In Water polo, he was a 4-year starter, served as team captain his final 2 seasons, won the Coaches Award as a sophomore, the Most Valuable Player Award his junior and senior seasons, and led his team to a State Final Four appearance in 2008. Carlos was an outstanding sportsman, but a tenacious competitor. He won the school’s Rotary Award his senior season, for his outstanding accomplishes during his athletic career. Carlos continued his career at Iona College (1 year) and Boston College (3 years), where he served as team captain his senior season. Carlos currently serves as the head coach for Boston College’s water polo, a position he has held since 2013. He has guided his team to 5 Regional Conference Finals. Carlos is the proud son of Maria and Tom Cannon.
     
    Christine Chancy – Class of 2008
    Christine Chancy, Class of 2008, was a 3-sport athlete at Miami Country Day School, participating in cross country, tennis, and basketball. As a 3-year runner, she was one of the best in the county and won the team’s MVP award in 9th grade. In tennis, she was a 5-year starter and helped lead her team to 3 District Championships. In basketball, she was a 5-year starter, led her team to a District Championship in 2008, and was named to the Miami Herald’s First Team All-County her senior season. Christine won the school’s Middle School Female Athlete of the Year in 2005, was named the Upper School Sportsmanship Award winner in 2007, and was the Female Athlete of the Year in 2008. Christine continued her basketball career at Mount Holyoke College, where she played point guard for 4 years. She became Miami Country Day School’s Director of Alumni in 2014, and has served as a girls basketball assistant coach since 2015, helping to guide the team to 6 consecutive district and regional titles, as well as 5 state championships. Christine had an unbelievable athletic career.  She praises her mother, Margareth, who helped support and guide her every step of the way.
     
    Ashley Hatcher – Class of 2011
    Ashley Hatcher, Class of 2011, was a star swimmer and water polo player at Miami Country Day School. She participated on the swim team since the 7th grade, won various awards including team MVP her junior and senior seasons, served as a team captain, and qualified for states in 2010. In water polo, she was a dominant player since she arrived in 7th grade. Ashley served as team captain for 3 seasons, won numerous awards including the team MVP award her final 2 seasons, was named to the Miami Herald’s First Team All-County in her junior and senior seasons, was presented with the Upper School Spartan Award in 2011, and helped her team advance to the State Final Four appearance in 2010.  Ashley continued her water polo career at Princeton University, where she led her team to the Eastern Conference Championships 3 times in 4 years and helped her team qualify for Nationals in 2015, where they finished 5th overall. Ashley has been playing on the Argentina National Team since 2015, which qualified for the Pan American games in 2015. Ashley credits much of her success to her mother, Susana, for making countless sacrifices to help her achieve success in high school, college, and beyond.
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    Spring Music Concert Part One

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    Spring Sports Awards Ceremony

    Spring Sports Awards......Our Spring Sports Awards Ceremony will be taking place “in person” on Wednesday, May 11th. Below are specific details about each team’s ceremony.  
     
    Middle School
    Boys MS Baseball – 4:30pm (Chaplin Jove Family Student Center)
    Boys MS Lacrosse – 5pm (Tiki Hut)
    Boys and Girls MS Tennis – 4:30pm (LMC 215 – Mr. Hayes’ Classroom)
    MS Water Polo – 4:30pm (LMC 211 – Mr. Fallik’s Classroom)
     
    Upper School
    Boys Varsity Baseball – 6:00pm (Parent/Player Softball Game @ Field)
    Boys Varsity Lacrosse – 6pm (Tiki Hut)
    Girls JV and Varsity Lacrosse – 6:00pm (Gym)
    Girls Softball – 4:00pm/6:00pm (Parent-Player Softball Game/Awards @ Field)
    Boys and Girls Varsity Tennis – 5:00pm (Gym Classroom)
    Boys Varsity Water Polo – 6:00pm (LMC 215 – Mr. Hayes’ Classroom)
    Girls Varsity Water Polo – 6:30pm (Chaplin Jove Family Student Center)
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    Maker Faire

    Garner Center for Innovation
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    MS Batman Dance Show - Dark of Knight

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102
    Dark of Knight 
    What’s a Dancical? The dance alternative to a musical. In Dancicals, dance is the focus of the entertainment, whereas in musicals, it is the music and songs that are the focus. A type of dance show in which choreographed performers dance to pop songs
    “Lola Shapiro is an ordinary kid who loves playing video games. When a magical arcade game, “Dark of Knight” sucks Lola into the digital gaming world. To get out, she must play the game with the game by defeating the ultimate villain, The Joker. Will Lola make it? Or is it game over?”
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    6th/7th grade awards ceremony

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102

    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field

    MS Batman Dance Show - Dark of Knight

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102
    Dark of Knight 
    What’s a Dancical? The dance alternative to a musical. In Dancicals, dance is the focus of the entertainment, whereas in musicals, it is the music and songs that are the focus. A type of dance show in which choreographed performers dance to pop songs
    “Lola Shapiro is an ordinary kid who loves playing video games. When a magical arcade game, “Dark of Knight” sucks Lola into the digital gaming world. To get out, she must play the game with the game by defeating the ultimate villain, The Joker. Will Lola make it? Or is it game over?”
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    States

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    Varsity Spring Football Practice

    Playing Fields - Football Field
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    8th grade awards ceremony

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102

    Spring Game

    Away
    Varsity Spring Football vs University School

    CME 21 Hearts One Beat: Big Show

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102
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    Silver Knight Ceremony

    James L Knight Center
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    CME 21 Hearts One Beat: Big Show

    Center for the Arts - (18) - - CFA-102 Theater - CFA - 102
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    First Annual One-Person Show Festival: The Great American Dreamer and Life After Love

    Black Box
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mcds-one-person-show-tickets-323475894107
    We are thrilled to announce the inaugural year of the Arts Endorsement at Miami Country Day School is 2022-2023. The Arts Endorsement is for students who are wildly passionate about the arts. Students can work in the Arts Endorsement where they can use their passion, talent, and drive to continue to grow as people and artists. We are acknowledging the work students are already doing as a part of the Arts program now with even more opportunities to work on what drives them.
    In the Arts Endorsement, students will go beyond the Arts requirement of one year and complete at least three years (beginning sophomore year) of Arts classes (Visual Art, Music, or Theater).  For students interested in theatre, requirements are membership in the International Thespian Honor Society, participation in at least one production per semester, and participation in weekly private coaching with theater faculty. For more information about the Arts Endorsement, please contact Ms. Alfonso or Arts teacher: Mr. Runge, Ms. Mistor, Mrs. Pla-Guzman, Mr. Keidel, Mr. Robert, or Mr. Mofsky.
     
    Senior year students will perform in their One Person show where they will write, produce, and perform their culminating theatre performance for friends and family to celebrate the completion of their program. The One-Person Show Festival (OPS) will be held annually as part of the Arts Endorsement at Miami Country Day School. We are kicking off the OPS Festival this year. We are hosting the First Annual OPS Festival: The Great American Dreamer and Life After Love both at 5pm and 7pm in the CFA second floor, black box theatre. Please be aware that the OPS Festival has mature content and themes similar to those of a PG-13 movie.


    First Annual One-Person Show Festival: The Great American Dreamer and Life After Love

    Black Box
    https://www.eventbrite.com/e/mcds-one-person-show-tickets-323475894107
    We are thrilled to announce the inaugural year of the Arts Endorsement at Miami Country Day School is 2022-2023. The Arts Endorsement is for students who are wildly passionate about the arts. Students can work in the Arts Endorsement where they can use their passion, talent, and drive to continue to grow as people and artists. We are acknowledging the work students are already doing as a part of the Arts program now with even more opportunities to work on what drives them.
    In the Arts Endorsement, students will go beyond the Arts requirement of one year and complete at least three years (beginning sophomore year) of Arts classes (Visual Art, Music, or Theater).  For students interested in theatre, requirements are membership in the International Thespian Honor Society, participation in at least one production per semester, and participation in weekly private coaching with theater faculty. For more information about the Arts Endorsement, please contact Ms. Alfonso or Arts teacher: Mr. Runge, Ms. Mistor, Mrs. Pla-Guzman, Mr. Keidel, Mr. Robert, or Mr. Mofsky.
     
    Senior year students will perform in their One Person show where they will write, produce, and perform their culminating theatre performance for friends and family to celebrate the completion of their program. The One-Person Show Festival (OPS) will be held annually as part of the Arts Endorsement at Miami Country Day School. We are kicking off the OPS Festival this year. We are hosting the First Annual OPS Festival: The Great American Dreamer and Life After Love both at 5pm and 7pm in the CFA second floor, black box theatre. Please be aware that the OPS Festival has mature content and themes similar to those of a PG-13 movie.
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