Citizen, Scholar, Steward


According to KCD’s mission and philosophy, the majority of students will have their academic needs met in the classroom through a differentiated curriculum.  KCD has a high-achieving population and has high expectations for its students. The school strives to meet the needs of learners within this population.  In some circumstances, a student may require additional educational support or enrichment.  For students with learning differences, the school has the advantage of small class sizes and close communication among teachers and between the home and school. Each division at KCD works to provide reasonable, developmentally appropriate accommodations to students with documented learning, physical, or emotional needs.

Student Support Services Team

List of 8 members.

  • Photo of Lauren Purcell

    Lauren Purcell 

    Director of Student Services
  • Photo of Brina Stephens

    Brina Stephens 

    Learning Resource Specialist
  • Photo of Monica Whitehouse

    Monica Whitehouse 

    JK-1 Learning Specialist
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  • Photo of Anne Kaiser-Harryman

    Anne Kaiser-Harryman 

    Middle School Learning Specialist
  • Photo of Ann Ponniah

    Ann Ponniah 

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  • Photo of Jon Fitch

    Jon Fitch 

    AP Macroeconomics Teacher
  • Photo of Stephanie Raia

    Stephanie Raia 

    11th/12th Grade Dean; English Teacher
  • Parker Scinta 

    Director of Student Activities; Community Service Coordinator; US Communications Teacher
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4100 Springdale Road • Louisville, KY 40241 • (502) 423-0440 • Fax (502) 423-0445
Kentucky Country Day School is a private JK–12, coeducational school located on a spacious 80+ acre campus in Louisville, KY. KCD combines a rigorous academic program with a wide variety of athletic and extracurricular programs. Our outstanding faculty creates an intimate learning environment that is both challenging and supportive.