Reopening Updates

Reopening FAQs & Admissions Info

REOPENING FAQs: We welcomed MICDS students back to school on August 18 with distance learning both on campus and from home. Please visit https://www.micds.org/reopening/ to find helpful Health & Safety, School Preparation, and Ram Relief Fund FAQs. ADMISSIONS: MICDS is no longer accepting new applications for the 2020-2021 school year. We are now accepting new applications to all grade levels for the 2021-2022 school year: https://www.micds.org/admission/.

Parents

At MICDS, parents play a crucial role in the life of our School as part of the Parents Association. Between the welcoming, diverse MICDS parent community, transparent communications and the vast range of opportunities for getting involved, all parents are encouraged to be active partners in their child’s education through our School’s vibrant Parent-School Partnership.

Ways to Get Involved

Parents Association

Serve in a leadership role for the Parents Association.

Ways to Get Involved

Parent Class Chair

Become a Parent Class Chair for your child's class.

Ways to Get Involved

Travel Volunteering

Volunteer to support an international MICDS program.

Ways to Get Involved

Community Service

Support community service outreach as a volunteer.

Ways to Get Involved

Parent Education Network

Organize interactive forums to highlight, learn about and discuss current and common parenting issues.

Transparency

Stay in the loop with full-circle communications.

Parents are given access to technology to follow their child’s progress for added transparency. Teacher blogs, photo sharing and comments sent electronically keep parents apprised of the day-to-day life of the School. The MICDS portal also provides online access to resources such as calendars, news and information. Specialized content for members of the MICDS community is password protected.

"I love that when my daughter walks down the hallway, all the teachers and administrators greet her by name!"

MICDS Parent

Parent Resources

Resources to help your child thrive.