The Mead School
Pre-school girl with bubbles

Because developing the curiosity to explore brings ideas to life.

As they grow, students develop their skills in critical thinking, and oral and written expression, but not at the expense of cultivating intuition, imagination and creativity - and remembering what it means to be a child.

Young girls drawing

Because questioning the answer is as important as answering the question.

Mead students develop the curiosity to explore, the courage to question, and the knowledge and skills that fully prepare them for today’s world.

Because a close relationship builds independence.

Because a close relationship builds independence.

Teachers inspire children to explore subjects in fresh ways, to push themselves to excel. They challenge children to be creative, independent thinkers - ready for the next step in education and beyond.

Read more

Children in tug of war game

Because academic success is just one small piece of the puzzle.

Cross-curricular, experiential learning is the norm, allowing learners to cultivate teamwork and collaboration skills and develop their intuition, imagination and creativity.

Young boy reading

Because every child writes his own story.

Every challenge in life is as unique as the individual. That’s why at Mead we nurture children’s confidence, intellect and independence – the tools they’ll need to succeed at every stage of their lives.

Because a child's strongest advocate is herself.

Because a child's strongest advocate is herself.

By working closely and collaboratively with our students, we're able to help them achieve the most out of every experience. They build the confidence they need to reach their full potential.

Read more

Learning That Lasts


We offer an interdisciplinary approach to learning that works.
 

Teaching and learning at The Mead School is experiential, hands-on and personalized. Engaged in deep learning, our students are independent, inquisitive, reflective and self-aware.
 

Mead School students develop more than skills for life, they achieve Learning That Lasts...


Infant - Pre-K

6 weeks - 5 years old 

Learning That Excites

Learn Moreabout The Early Learning Center

Elementary


Pre-K - Grade 4

Age 5 - 10 years

Learning That Engages

Learn Moreabout The Early Learning Center

middle school


Grade 5 - 8

Age 10 - 14 years

Learning That Challenges

Learn Moreabout The Early Learning Center

What's coming up