In addition to school activities, students participate in personal leadership and growth opportunities.

Spark Change: From collecting coins to interviewing nonprofit organizations to awarding grants, students lead the efforts and the other students in the program. 

Student Council in Middle School:
In their elected positions, students gain valuable experience as decision makers while representing their peers. 

Lower School Leadership Opportunities:
From our rodeo assembly led by Kindergartners and the second grade Biography Tea to our Grade 4 program with DPS special needs kids, Lower School students have many opportunities to develop leadership skills that will serve them for a lifetime. 

Service Council in Middle School:
Students raise awareness and funds for causes they support, such as clean water, education for girls around the world and animal therapy. 

Peer Leaders in Middle School:
These students are selected based on their leadership qualities and act to motivate, encourage and set a good example for fellow students. 

Connections Club in Middle School:
Members discuss issues of diversity, inclusion and equity in education. The club exists to promote awareness and action within the student community. 

Assembly Leaders:
Fourth graders earn a role as assembly leaders, introducing speakers and making important announcements to Lower School students. 

Buddy Program:
Starting in fourth grade, students serve as mentors and role models to their younger buddies in Preschool to Grade 3.

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Graland Country Day School

55 CLERMONT STREET    DENVER, CO 80220    303.399.0390   
Graland Country Day School is a private school in Denver, Colorado, serving students in preschool, kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. Founded in Denver in 1924, Graland incorporates a rich, experiential learning approach in a traditional classroom setting, emphasizing the development of globally and socially conscious leaders who excel academically.