Our 2017 Alumni Reunion is Friday, April 21, from 5:00—8:00 p.m. in C&C’s Library! This year we will have a special Archives Presentation, and will celebrate the retirement of Principal Kate Turley. As always, all alumni are invited to attend. More information and RSVP info can be found here.
City and Country turned 100 years old in 2014! We celebrated this momentous milestone throughout Fall 2013 and 2014. Find all the thrilling details on our Centennial website
The Harvest Festival in October is the first celebration of the school year. Occurring on a crisp weekend in the fall, this event is a time when parents turn the School into a fun, fair-like atmosphere for the children featuring games, wares and delectable fare. Lower School children enjoy the activities while many of the older students sell handcrafted items, host booths and cook, all to raise funds for the School.
Spring Benefit Auction
The marquee C&C event is the annual Spring Benefit Auction. Led by parent chairs and in close consultation with the Development Office, the Benefit Auction is the one and only celebration for the adults in the community, therefore becoming the most popular event on the calendar. It is a fun-filled night out for parents and alumni, integrating elements of entertainment, great eats and extraordinary auction items. It's a time to catch up with friends and celebrate C&C alongside our teachers and staff members. The Benefit Auction has evolved into a very important fundraising event for C&C, routinely contributing over $200,000 every year to the School's fund.
The Spring Fair takes place in May, when the air begins to thaw and the children begin to leave their coats in the rooms as they take to the Yards. The Fair also features an amazing line-up of food, games, dance, music and the famous cake decorating contest! The 13s get involved in the planning process to celebrate their final Spring Fair.