At Cheongna Dalton School we aim to provide students with an environment that encourages them to reach their full potential.
Within the Residential Care Program we strive to support life-learning through developing: responsibility, interdependence, freedom and cooperation.
The school provides excellent facilities that cater for each individual’s varying needs. Every student has their own room, allowing for privacy and independence. The dormitory has multiple communal spaces to encourage interaction and sociality. The CDS Residential Staff also help foster a sense of compassion and an awareness of others.
Each night students attend study hall. Study hall is a time for self-directed learning, enhancing study management skills, while completing assignments and extension work. Core subject teachers are on hand to provide guidance and mentoring for individual students.
Throughout their time at CDS, residential students have the opportunity to take part in activities aimed at developing a sense of camaraderie and kinship. They are actively encouraged to participate in a wide variety of activities and to build meaningful pursuits in their free time.
Our role in the Residential Care Program is to ensure your children are Happy, Healthy and Safe, while in our care.
Hello, everyone. My name is Misook Hong, Dorm Supervisor in CDS Residential Care Program.
I graduated from SookMyoung Women’s University with experience of teaching at high school for girls, working at a major company, and managing a private educational institute.
I like to read, write, and spend time with young generations. I am really happy to meet young Dalton students who are strong to achieve their dreams and goals.
I am Catholic and think that the most important thing in this world is love. I believe that love makes everything revive. My hope is to help others and hear people around me say, "I am glad to have ever met you."
Hello! My name is Kyung-ju Go. My hometown is Jeonnam Suncheon, and I have taught Greek, Hebrew, Minor Prophets of the theology field, Mental Health Theory and Family Welfare Theory of the social welfare for past 15 years.
Prior experience includes career counseling and ministry teaching. I am fortunate to join CDS to be parts of the students’ lives. I wish, you and me together at CDS share happiness while working together, laughing together, sharing together for a happy life. And as a Dorm Supervisor, I will do my best to apply my talent and knowledge to share so that CDS students dream high within the healthy and happy boundary of lives.