The Mead School


Developing Learning That Lasts

Knowing the answer isn't all there is to learning, and challenges come in all shapes and forms. That's why at Mead, we foster profound learning by guiding students along several paths toward knowledge and discovery; paths that encourage them to evaluate the importance of what they've learned and then apply it to their own lives.
Traditional education focuses on telling children what they should know. At Mead, we create a sensory-rich environment that engages children's passions for learning and encourages risk-taking, reflection, and the freedom to go beyond the parameters.

Students develop their skills in critical thinking, and oral and written expression, but not at the expense of cultivating intuition, imagination and creativity. 

Our Approach

Our approach guarantees that children's needs are addressed. Children have a Home Center Director, who is responsible for their students' physical, social, and emotional well-being. The Curriculum Directors are teachers dedicated to instruction in all content areas.