Upcoming Events

29 Sep
M/S Football vs. Hancock (Morris Field)
Date 09.29.2022 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
30 Sep
3 Oct
Fall Break
10.03.2022 - 10.07.2022

No Classes

6 Oct
M/S Football vs Calvary (Calvary)
10.06.2022 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
13 Oct
M/S Football vs SCPS (St. James)
10.13.2022 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
21 Oct
28 Oct
Early Dismissal

1/2 Day

28 Oct
4 Nov

Welcome to Memorial Day School

Dear Parents,

Welcome to Memorial Day School! I invite you to explore our website and learn more about our school.

Memorial Day School was founded in 1971. It was established in the belief that an educational experience based on academic excellence and Christian principles is essential to the development of our children.

Our faculty and staff work to develop the talents and potential of each student by providing an educational program promoting spiritual, intellectual, social, emotional and physical growth.

Memorial is known for its family atmosphere, small class size, and individual attention. We care about each of our students and recognize our students as unique individuals. We work together with parents to develop a strong bond of mutual support that will produce the greatest opportunity for student success.

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Memorial is a special place where our students matter! I encourage you to contact us and schedule a visit so that you can see first-hand the wonderful educational experience that awaits our students each day.

Jennifer L. Farris
Head of School

Our Location

Memorial Day School

6500 Habersham St.
Savannah, GA  31405

Phone: 912-352-4535

Fax: 912-352-4536

Email: info@memday.org


  • Aug 06 2022
    Angela Bhola Named New Head of School
    Memorial Day School is pleased to welcome Angela Bhola as the new Head of School. She has worked at Memorial Day School since 2015 and has served as resource director, assistant resource director and first grade...


Memorial Day School

Memorial Day School is a private, independent Christian school in midtown Savannah, Georgia. Since 1971, our creed that each student, parent, teacher and staff member matters to one another serves to empower each student to matter more as they go forth in life.

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