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The Merit Scholarship funds full tuition for the recipient and is renewable for the upper school term as long as the student remains in good standing in the division. Each year students are asked to submit nominations on where they would like to see the change donated.
Westchester Country Day School is pleased to donate 0 each to four charities close to our students’ hearts as a result of a school-wide change collection drive. The entire school voted on the recipients, and the winners were: Camp Luck, Canines for Service, CAST for Kids, and Not for Sale.