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Our Programs

We offer programs for ages 3 through Grade 12

  • Freedom to Grow: More than a High School

    Posted: February 22, 2023 | Written by: Megan Risewick

    Marketing and communications intern Megan Risewick is a junior at EDS, and she has been an Eagle since seventh grade. She is passionate about promoting the Upper School and building its social media presence. She is also an active member of our Student Leadership Council, academic bowl, cross country, track, and cheer teams. 


    When I started at EDS nearly five years ago, I was fairly aware of the things that set the school apart. We had smaller classes than public schools, unique traditions, and the physical classroom environment was much different than other schools. Yet, the way  EDS truly differs...

  • Making Our Mark: Class of 2027’s St. Louis Trip

    Posted: January 04, 2023 | Written by: Angel Jones and Emma Griffin

    In October, the current 8th grade class of 2027 went on an overnight field trip to St. Louis, which was a lot of fun and an important experience for the entire class.  

    On Tuesday, October 18th, we arrived at school as normal, went over expectations and ground rules, and by 8:45, we were on our assigned buses and on our way to St. Louis. As soon as we got there, we headed to the famous Arch to eat lunch and take pictures. Then we could walk part of Mural Mile, a long wall of graffiti redecorated yearly. This was an enjoyable activity because we learned more...

  • EDS Announces Two Lilly Endowment Scholarship Recipients and First Alternate

    Posted: December 14, 2022 | Written by: Amanda Bultemeier

    Evansville Day School announces that two of their seniors, Marshall Craft and Tyler Myers, have been selected as 2023 recipients of the Vanderburgh County Lilly Endowment Community Scholarships. In addition, senior Shriya Naraya was selected as the 2023 first alternate. “Only ten finalists are selected from all the seniors in Vanderburgh County annually, and we are beyond proud to have three of the ten finalists at our school. Each of these deserving students is incredibly hard working, dedicated to both academics and leadership that better the world around them. They are shining examples of the Portrait of a...

  • 3 Things Student Leadership Council Has Taught Me

    Posted: December 12, 2022 | Written by: Emma Griffin editing by Megan Risewick


    Emma is an eighth grader at Evansville Day School. She has been an eagle for ten years. Emma enjoys playing sports such as soccer, basketball, and especially volleyball. Emma has come out of the shadows with the help of our loving Day School community and the Middle School SLC. Here is an overview of how SLC has helped Emma become the person she is today.

    Have you ever been in charge of an entire middle school? Well, Student Leadership Council (SLC) is a big part of my life, and this year, I am the President of Evansville...

  • What E-D-S Means to Me

    Posted: September 07, 2022 | Written by: Nate Phillips with editing by Megan Risewick

    Nate Phillips, an EDS Junior, has been an Eagle for 14 years. In his time being a lifer, Nate has not only grown up - but has flourished as a student, person, and athlete. Sports are a vital part of Nate’s life; being a part of Day School’s Varsity soccer, basketball, and golf teams. Here is his reflection on the influence being an EDS student athlete has had on his life thus far:

    E - Excellence 

    I have always strived to be the best, especially in soccer. I have always felt supported by Coach Dragon, who has been my gym teacher, and now coach from the time I was 3....

  • 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