Fort Worth Country Day started out in a rural setting with three modest buildings. Today, the campus is the envy of schools across the country. With facilities like the Moncrief Library, the Butler Kindergarten Building , the Mason Middle School, the Fischer Dining Pavilion, the Sid W. Richardson Visual Arts Center and the Lou and Nick Martin Camus Center, FWCD sets the standard for private school campuses.
Today, FWCD is looking to expand its athletic facilities with a sports complex designed to challenge the body while invigorating the mind.
The Fort Worth Country Day campus goes well beyond the bricks and mortar of our buildings and grounds. Our students utilize state-of-the-art technology in a fully wireless campus. Tablets, iPads and laptop computers are used, enhancing the academic program in a meaningful and authentic manner.
Fort Worth Country Day broadens its campus and curriculum to include prestigious online learning opportunities. FWCD is the only Malone Family Foundation School in Texas. As a result of this affiliation, FWCD became a founding member of the Malone Schools Online Network in 2013, which provides its Upper School students with real-time synchronous and asynchronous instruction through online courses that enhance the School’s curriculum. Twice a week, FWCD junior and senior students who have been accepted into an MSON class meet for live instruction in an on-campus, distance—learning lab that allows them to interact with students from around the country and the teacher in real time.