CDS Middle School students will take part in the nationwide effort to honor victims of the Holocaust and Nazi persecution by holding a Days of Remembrance (Yom HaShoah) ceremony on May 2.
CDS Middle School brought to life a "tale as old as time" with the spring musical production of Beauty and the Beast Jr.
CDS STUCO Advisers Ronit Pasternak and Jackie Goldblum were announced as the Pennsylvania Association of Student Councils Middle School Advisers of the Year.
Please join CDS and PJ Library Pittsburgh with your child (ages 2-5) on Sunday, April 14 at 10 a.m. in the CDS Annex for a for a story, snack, and build with friends to create inventions together! RSVP here
Seven CDS students took home prizes at the Covestro Pittsburgh Regional Science & Engineering Fair.
Zimriah is Community Day School's biennial Hebrew song and dance festival and a beloved school tradition, with more than 600 guests attending to watch this joyous performance.
We're so grateful for all our guests and sponsors at Jammin' In The Jungle who helped us to raise more than $200,000 for CDS!
CDS was selected as one of 10 Jewish day schools to participate in the Institute for Day School Excellence And Sustainability program (“IDEAS”).
For the fourth consecutive year, CDS set out to dream of a better world together with a "day on" of learning, service, and reflection for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The Pittsburgh Pirates CARE-A-Van brought fun, kindness, and grace during their stop at CDS.
The gifts of a work of art and words of heart have been a message to CDS from the world that we are loved and we matter.
What do you do when the pizza is late and the kids are hungry and there are thousands of dollars to be raised in two hours time?
CDS Head of School Avi Munro reflects on the Pittsburgh Jewish community tragedy and the response of love and compassion.
CDS faculty shared their expertise at the recent Pennsylvania Association of Independent Schools Biennial Conference.
Wonder about that trailer parked in our lot recently? It was the Carnegie Science Center's Mobile Fab Lab, which brought to CDS an exciting STEAM learning experience for our 8th Grade class.
Pittsburgh Quarterly invited the heads of the region’s top independent schools to address the question: What is your school’s biggest challenge and how are you addressing it?
CDS families may remember completing more than just one survey last year. That is because your voices matter to us! Here is a look at survey data from the 2017-2018 Parent Survey, and some priority areas that we're focuses on, thanks to your voices.
The CDS 8th graders will complete 400+ hours of hands-on community service in honor of donors to their Pay It Forward campaign, raising funds for their Israel trip in the first-ever Tikkun Olam-athon.
Pirates score a hit at JCC and CDS, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
CDS celebrates King legacy with Afro-Semitic experience, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle
At Squirrel Hill school, students shine ‘light into the darkness, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Jewish students at Community Day School honor victims of Tree of Life shooting, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Refusing to put fear at the center of Jewish identity, The Atlantic Monthly
- What's the big idea? Independent school leaders address their challenges, Pittsburgh Quarterly
- Senses of Sukkot, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle,
- Sukkot Fest at CDS, Pittsburgh Jewish Chronicle