Facts & Highlights

The School
    • Incorporated: 1976. College Preparatory Curriculum. All graduates accepted to college with the majority attending highly competitive colleges
    • Daily Hours: 7:55 AM - 2:50 PM, Monday - Friday
    • Member: National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE)
    • Accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
    • 501(c)3 non-profit organization, governed by a board of trustees
    • Number of Teaching Faculty: 45
    • 80% of teachers with Advanced Degrees:
    • Overall Student/Teacher Ratio: 7:1. Average Class Size: 13 students
    • All Lower School teachers trained at Columbia University’s Teaching College at Lucy Calkins Reading and Writing Workshop and Singapore Math
    • Total Enrollment: 215
    • International Student Program
 Accessibility
    • Financial Aid available for qualifying students. 43% of our students receive financial aid
    • Merit Scholarships awarded each year for students entering grades 6-10. 
    • Bus Transportation for students
Support
    • Full Time Support Team: School Counselor, K-5 Learning Specialist, MS-US Support Specialist
    • College Counselling program that begins in 9th grade
Our Campus
    • 46 acre campus in Barnstable
    • Science building complete with 6 classroom-lab spaces, 70 seat lecture hall and Foucault Pendulum
    • Technology learning center and two libraries staffed by full time librarian and technology specialist
    • NCAA-size basketball court, Lower School gymnasium, weight training and locker facilities
    • Eight tennis courts, three regulation sized soccer/lacrosse fields, one regulation sized baseball field, and a cross-country course in the woods encircling the campus
    • Recreational pool for Summer Programs
    • Dedicated Maker Space
    • 2 Music Pavilions
    • 4 Art Classrooms
    • A Vernal Pool and Greenhouse
    • A Black Box Theater