Why an Independent School?
Individual attention, small classes (10:1), interactive, excellent teaching, and high academic standards all add up to measurable results. Independent school students are more likely than their public school counterparts to complete a bachelor's or master's degree by their mid-twenties. Independent school students are more likely to enroll in advanced courses, engage in the work required, and take part in varsity or intramural sports.* Independent schools are accountable to the families they serve and responsive to the needs of their students.
*”Comparing Achievement between K–8 and Middle Schools: A Large-Scale Empirical Study”, American Journal of Education, Nov. 2007