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The Advent School

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Overview:

Founded in 1961, Advent is a school for learners age four through Sixth Grade with excellent academics and an emphasis on diversity and social justice.

15 Brimmer Street Boston, MA 02108

view phone617-742-0520 x20

Website: http://www.adventschool.org

Grade: PK - 6
210 students
Established in: 1961
Student Teacher Ratio: 5:1
Uniforms Required: No
Average Class Size: 15

Description:

Since 1961, The Advent School has provided an outstanding education grounded in the principles of social justice. At Advent, we believe that teaching children within a meaningful historical, cultural, or environmental context builds confident students who seek out connections within their learning experiences. Our faculty draws upon Boston’s vast resources: from various museums to the Freedom Trail, Advent students recognize the benefits of learning within the city. At Advent, learning is not ... Read More >>
Since 1961, The Advent School has provided an outstanding education grounded in the principles of social justice. At Advent, we believe that teaching children within a meaningful historical, cultural, or environmental context builds confident students who seek out connections within their learning experiences. Our faculty draws upon Boston’s vast resources: from various museums to the Freedom Trail, Advent students recognize the benefits of learning within the city. At Advent, learning is not confined to the classroom.
Located in the heart of Boston, children from Pre-Kindergarten through Sixth Grade are actively engaged in mastering their skills. Our classrooms foster dialogue and encourage critical thinking across the subject areas of Mathematics, Reading, Writing, Science, History, and Geography. The Arts play a major role in our program, while technology is the vehicle through which students learn to research and represent their understanding.
With two highly skilled teachers in each classroom, we know our students well. Children work in small groups led by teachers whose focus is to deepen each student’s understanding. With a diverse population of students, each child brings their distinct heritage, direct experience, and talents to the learning environment. Our classrooms foster collaboration and children learn with and from one another.
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Accreditations: Assoc. of Independent Schools of New England
Tuition: $22,100- $22,600
Financial aid: Voluntary Pre-kindergarten Program
Top 3 universities graduates attend:
Religious programs: Not Applicable
Percentage of teachers with advanced degrees:
Day Care: No
AP classes: Not Applicable
Foreign languages taught: Spanish
Athletic programs: Not Applicable
Fine Arts taught: 3D Art, Acting, Art, Ceramics, Creative Writing, Design, Drama, Draw, Instrumental, Literature, Music, Painting, Sculpture, Visual Arts, Writing
Special Service: Not Applicable
Standardized tests given: Educational Record Bureau
Academic and Enrichment programs: Summer Camps

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