Head of School
Welcome to Evergreen Country Day, a community committed to inspiring and equipping students to thrive.
Our small-by-design school brings the best out of every child. Intentionally small class sizes afford our faculty the time necessary to invest in relationships with each one of our students. Our relationships-first approach to education combined with our vigorous academics and first-class faculty and facilities make it no surprise that Evergreen Country Day students prove to be superbly prepared to thrive in high school, college, and beyond.
The next step in choosing the right school for your child is coming to campus to see Evergreen Country Day for yourself. While our website offers a compelling peek into our academic and extracurricular programs, in truth, time online cannot compare to time on campus. I invite you to reach out to us today to arrange a personalized tour and to take one step closer to joining a learning community characterized by curiosity and kindness and fueled by a love of kids, an insatiable idealism, and the steadfast belief that the children indeed are our future.
Head of School
About Brad Davies
- B.A., American Studies, Stanford University | Captain, Men’s Soccer Team
- M. Div., Duke University, Magna Cum Laude
Brad Davies joined the Evergreen Country Day community in 2015 as Head of School. Prior to coming to Evergreen Country Day, Brad served as Assistant Head of School and Middle School Head at Louisville Collegiate School, a PreK-12 school serving 700 students. In addition to teaching Spanish, while at Collegiate, Brad also served as Dean of Students, Head of Upper School, and varsity boys’ soccer coach, earning Coach of the Year honors twice.
Brad began his teaching career as a faculty member at Wesleyan School, a suburban K-12 day school in Norcross, Georgia, serving over 1000 students. At Wesleyan, Brad taught Spanish, coached middle school wrestling and varsity soccer, led student volunteer groups to Latin America, advised the student government and started the Board Game Society which won “Best Club of the Year.” Brad was later promoted to Grade Chairperson and awarded the “Most Spirited Teacher Award.” Brad next joined the faculty at Durham Nativity School, a grades six through eight, tuition-free school for boys in Durham, North Carolina where he taught Spanish, created a comprehensive vocabulary enrichment program, and authored and implemented a school-wide code of conduct.
Originally from Apple Valley, Minnesota, prior to starting his career in education, Brad served as Director of Operations for Bridge Builders, a development organization that builds schools and clinics in Latin America. During his time with Bridge Builders, Brad led over 500 volunteers to countries such as the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Ecuador, Bolivia and Peru.
One of Brad’s beliefs is, “we take the work seriously; we just don’t take ourselves seriously!” Brad’s passion for enjoying the journey every step of the way is well represented by his first job after college: driving the Oscar Mayer Weinermobile around the United States!