Virtual Admissions Center
Meeting prospective families in person, and showing them around our school, is normally a key - and favorite! - part of our admissions process. Now, as we all work to adapt to new circumstances, we are pleased to welcome you to our Virtual Admissions Center.
We hope that the information you find here - and throughout our website - will help give you a glimpse into The Mead School. We are proud of our uniquely progressive approach to education and the way that our teaching methods and ethos facilitate 'Learning That Lasts'.
Joanne Costello - Assistant Head of School for Admissions & Community Relations
UPCOMING ADMISSIONS EVENTS
During these uncertain times, we are sadly unable to welcome you onto our campus. Please take the time to look at the information you find here - and throughout our website - which will help give you a glimpse into The Mead School. Another way to get to know us is through our virtual events.
We have a range of Virtual Admissions Events planned for the coming months and look forward to supporting you in your school search process.
A relaxed and informative virtual live information session for prospective parents looking to get an overview of The Mead School.
Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you can make - and sometimes you just need to talk it through...
If you would like an informal chat with our Assistant Head of School for Admissions - and maybe a couple of other parents - then this is the perfect event for you.
We have dates set aside throughout the fall, depending on which program you are interested in.
Not all schools are the same...
The Mead Seven School Skills represent our overarching approach to education and to creating an experience that leads to Learning That Lasts.
With these Seven School Skills as a foundation, Mead graduates have the academic skills, self-discipline and self-confidence to embrace challenges, pursue their passions, and make a difference in their world.
Download our eBook 'The Mead Seven School Skills' to learn more about our approach - and how it could benefit your child.