A TK-12 Christ-centered,
College Preparatory School

International Program

Covenant Day’s International Program welcomes high school students from around the world. Students get the opportunity to live with host families during the school year as they learn more about American culture through their experiences at Covenant Day whether inside the classroom, on an athletic field, in the Lions Theater, building tiny homes through ContainIt or through extracurricular opportunities. The program  has ADMITTED students from Haiti, France, Germany, China, Ethiopia, and Nigeria.

Benefits of Covenant Day’s International Program

Covenant Day offers a comprehensive ELL program, personalized college counseling, and caring host families to its international students. Students benefit from a safe learning environment where they can excel academically, explore extracurricular interests, develop friendships, and prepare for success in a university setting after graduation.  

For more information about our International Program, contact Robin Southern, International Program Coordinator, at rsouthern@covenantday.org.

Click here to watch a video made by one of our international students!

Applying to Covenant Day

To apply to Covenant Day School, complete the online admissions application here.  Once your application is submitted, the Covenant Day International Program Coordinator will contact you to discuss next steps.

For more information about Covenant Day’s International Program, contact Robin Southern, Covenant Day International Program Coordinator, at rsouthern@covenantday.org.


Founded: 1989
Enrollment: 947 (TK-12)
2019 Average SAT/ACT: 1295/26 +
AP Courses: 16
Arts Offerings: Theater, Choral, Instrumental, Visual Arts, Photography, Videography +
Athletic Offerings: 16 Sports +
Student Clubs: Numerous Offerings +

Covenant Day's Mosaic Multicultural Club hosts events for students to learn about cultures from around the world and what makes each one unique. This year's events included a Chinese New Year Celebration and International Week which featured Taste of the World. Students have had the opportunity to explore attractions in Charlotte including the iCuba and Genghis Khan Exhibits at Discovery Place Science and the Chinese Lantern Festival at Daniel Stow Botanical Garden, as well as volunteer with local nonprofits.