Our Programs

We offer programs for ages 3 through Grade 12

  • Class Thank You

    Posted: June 09, 2022 | Written by: Ty Wellemeyer

    It doesn’t feel real. Today is my last day of high school classes. On May 20th, I’ll be handed my diploma and officially move on to the next chapter. On top of this life-changing moment, I am given the opportunity to give a speech thanking everyone who has helped me along the way while throwing in some words of advice. The only issue is I have a time limit and too many people to thank, meaning I might have to say “thank you to my class.’ However, that would be a great disservice to my classmates because they have been amazing people. Therefore I have decided to thank each person individually in this...

  • The Big Apple

    Posted: June 09, 2022 | Written by: Ty Wellemeyer

    When New York City was announced as a 2022 Intersession Opportunity, I was thrilled. New York has been a dream destination of mine ever since middle school, and I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to spend time with my friends in what seemed like such a magical place. It had been three years since I had participated in an intersession trip, with COVID altering the world for two years, and I think I was the first person who submitted their check to secure a spot on the trip. Simply put, I was excited. My excitement further grew once the chaperones began creating the itinerary, which included trips to the...

  • Three Day School Students Selected for 2022 High School Art Show

    Posted: May 16, 2022 | Written by: Ty Wellemeyer

    Every year, the Evansville Museum hosts a High School Art Show that showcases the best pieces of art from around the entire Southern Indiana region. Art teachers submit pieces of artwork from Grades 9-12 to the museum; a panel of jurors then judge the work and choose approximately 110 pieces of art that they deem worthy of displaying. Being chosen out of the vast pool of artwork is considered to be a huge accomplishment.

    This year, Upper School art teacher Clinton Bosler submitted 19 pieces of artwork into the Evansville Museum’s high school art show, and three were chosen to participate...

  • March Madness: Analyzing EDS Basketball Heading Into Sectionals

    Posted: March 08, 2022 | Written by: Ty Wellemeyer

    Recently, Evansville Day School Basketball has been the talk of the school. Let’s take a look at Tyler Myers’ journey to the top of the school’s all time scorers and break down the Eagles’ Sectional draw. Can the Eagles defend their Sectional title? 


    The Race to 2,238 points

    The day was February 14. The Eagles were playing Tecumseh in Heekin Gymnasium. It’s the fourth quarter, and Tyler Myers has 30 points on the night. He needs one more to score 1,900 points, surpassing Jeremy Willis as Day School’s leading scorer. Furthermore, when he surpasses Willis, he...

  • Embracing the Eagle

    Posted: March 08, 2022 | Written by: Ty Wellemeyer

    Sophomore Trista Browning never envisioned joining the EDS cheerleading team. However, after hearing how fun cheer was last year, Browning decided to give it a shot. Instead of taking on a traditional cheerleading role, she decided to embrace the role of Day School’s mascot, “Ed the Eagle,” to best showcase her school spirit. Lacking a consistent person dedicated to playing the mascot, Browning felt that she could fill the void. Her amazing charisma and energy were a perfect fit for the role, and cheer coaches Sarah Brooks and Tia Rogers helped prepare Browning for her debut on the sidelines. 

  • Portrait of a Graduate

College Counseling

For students, the questions surrounding the experience are huge: Where should I go to school?  What will I major in?  How do I stand out so I can get into my dream school?  What if I change my mind?

For parents, the decisions keep them up at night, too: How will we afford to send our child to college?  Does my child’s dream school support him/her in reaching his/her goals?  Is the campus safe?  How am I supposed to let go and let my child take the reins when this is the most important decision of his/her life up to now?

College Counseling