High Meadows School recently announced that Head of School Jay Underwood was elected to The Country Day School Headmasters’ Association of the United States.
Founded in 1912, the Association’s active membership is limited to 100 members. The purpose of the Association is to gather school leaders from around the country to discuss important issues impacting education. University or college campuses generally play host to annual conferences, where members are exposed to a series of prominent speakers and educational thinkers who reside on the faculty of the hosting institution. This year’s meeting will be at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut.
“I am honored to have been asked to join this group of distinguished educators,” Underwood said. “I look forward to learning from and contributing to the conversations about education and the future.”
Underwood, who joined High Meadows in 2010, also serves on the executive committee for the Atlanta Area Association of Independent Schools. He has more than 21 years of experience in education.
High Meadows School enrolls preschool – eighth grade). The school was established in 1973 and consistently recognized for excellence, love of learning, engagement and connection.