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Schools, Camps & Clubs: Boston’s Most Enriching Opportunities for Your child

Small group of schoolgirls running down the corridor of a school. The girls look ecstatic with smiles on their faces. They are wearing school uniform carrying their schoolbags.

Whether they are learning to build with blocks or building a portfolio for a successful college plan, students of all ages find a solid educational foundation in and around Boston. From as early as Pre-K and on through high school, there are tons of excellent independent schools which can help foster your child’s talent, peak their curiosity about a subject or the world at large, and teach them the joy of learning. 

If you’re seeking the best that Boston has to offer, look no further than the independent school options below:

Bay Farm Montessori Academy
Co-ed; 12 months to grade 8

BC High
Boys; Grades 7 to 12

Camp Birch Hill
Co-ed; Ages 6-16

The Chestnut Hill School
Co-ed; Kindergarten to grade 6

Derby Academy
Co-ed; Pre-K to grade 8

Fayerweather Street School
Co-ed; Pre-K to grade 8

Inly School
Co-ed; Toddler to grade 8

Malden Catholic High School
Boys; Grades 9 to 12

The Meadowbrook School
Co-ed; Preschool to grade 8

The Newman School
Co-ed; Grades 9 to 12

Shore Country Day School
Co-ed; Pre-K to grade 9

Teddy Bear Club
Co-ed; Ages 2 to 5

From boarding schools to day classes, co-ed to all-girls or boys, New England’s school and afterschool program choices make receiving a good education a no-brainer.