Our Global Program Experiences have brought students to 5 continents
The Class of 2017 is attending 31 different colleges throughout the United States and Canada.
190 courses available for Grades 5-12
"Lifers" in the Class of 2018
Zip codes represented by our student body
3 students from the Class of 2017 were recruited as Division I athletes in lacrosse and rowing
28 student-led clubs and activities
Students in the Upper School have the same exact schedule
Holy Child Network Schools located in the United States
12 Engineering, Architecture and Design Program graduates are currently pursuing STEAM degrees in college
47 teaching years held by our longest standing faculty member, Rabbi Dan Wolk
Productions mounted each year by middle and upper school actresses
The Italian Cultural Studies Program is a rigorous, two-year college-level seminar course for juniors and seniors that explores the history, art, language, literature, architecture and politics of Italy.
The E.E. Ford Program in Architecture, Engineering and Design for the Common Good is an innovative, two-year program for juniors and seniors that provides an interdisciplinary STEAM curriculum that combines the study of art and architecture with science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
The Global Studies Program engage students in meaningful and contemplative travel. Our students have studied art and Italian language in Florence, built homes on the Gulf Coast, volunteered at a children’s hospital in Peru, visited Holy Child Network Schools in Ghana and immersed themselves in the culture and architecture of Cuba.