In the News
We are proud to spread the word of all that Horizons at LCDS is doing in the Lancaster community!
Meet Our New Executive Director, Rebecca Fowler!
Rebecca, who has served as our Director of Development since October 2020, comes to Horizons with 15+ years of professional experience in media, communications, marketing, and public relations.
Summer Newsletter 2021
It was a wonderful summer with our 105 students in grades K-6!
WGAL Visits Horizons To Learn about Summer Learning Loss
Thanks to Anne Shannon, Education Reporter, for spending a day with us!
Horizons 2021 is Off to a Great Start!
Reunited and it feels so good!
Spring Newsletter 2021
We can't wait for summer!
Winter Newsletter 2021
Big news: We'll have an in-person program this summer!
Thank you to the many generous foundations who support Horizons!
One United Lancaster
Horizons participates in the Lancaster Partnership for Learning Equity
Fall Newsletter 2020 + Extra Give Preview
Hear from Horizons Parents! Summer 2019
It was another outstanding summer, but don't take our word for it. Hear what Horizons parents have to say!
Spring Newsletter 2019
Check out our Spring 2019 Newsletter!
Study confirms Horizons National's long-term approach to student success
A study shows that students who participate in Horizons for at least four summers achieve better academic outcomes than similar students who do not participate. In short: HORIZONS REALLY WORKS!
Horizons Volunteer Wins JLL Award for Outstanding Volunteer Work
Executive Director Meg Reed is featured on a podcast about Climber's Run, an annual field trip destination
(starts at 14:45)
Meg Reed speaks to the children's experience discovering nature at Climbers Run in Pequea. Every summer, Horizon's kids have the opportunity to engage in stream studies, a habitat hunt and hiking.
In the Spotlight: Meg Reed leads summer learning program for Lancaster elementary students
Director Meg Reed receives "spotlight" treatment.
CHI Saint Joseph's Children's Health awards $100,188 in grants
Horizons at Lancaster Country Day School, a health and wellness program for low-income public school children, received $15,700.
Horizons summer school teacher Anne Cyr wins national education award
Anne Cyr, who has served at Lancaster Country Day's Horizons summer program since its inception in 2015, was awarded the Lyn McNaught Teacher Award last week at Horizons' annual conference held in Greenwich, Connecticut.
Community Grant Recipients Posted
CHI St. Joseph Children's Health awarded Horizons at Lancaster Country Day School a $4,000 grant for its Horizons Health and Wellness Initiatives.
Program works to stop the ‘summer slide’
Over the summer, students can lose a lot of what they learned during the school year. LCDS is doing what it can to stop the ‘summer slide’ for some School District of Lancaster students.