Guide to Private Schools—November 2017 Issue
Boston magazine is proud to partner with the Association of Independent Schools of New England for the fifth year to bring our readers the annual Guide to Private Schools. For the 2018 edition, we are thrilled to present this custom publication in the November issue of Boston magazine as well as online at bostonmagazine.com. Use this page as a resource by perusing the articles, featured school profiles, and listings of all AISNE member schools. Based on the ad size contracted, please provide the following information according to the guidelines listed below.
All materials must be filled out in order to move forward into design. Please only fill this form out once.
Should you have any trouble, please contact your Account Executive or Julia Kacmarek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo and logo submission: Please email school logo and photos to Victoria Larson at email@example.com
Logo: Please provide a vector file of your school logo (.eps or .ai files)
- 300 DPI JPEG of professional grade photography
- For a Full Page profile: Provide 3-5 high res images
- For a Half Page profile: Provide 2 high res images
- For full page advertisers: Submit up to 400 words max about your school
- For half page advertisers: Submit up to 200 words max about your school
EXAMPLE: Belmont Day School is a dynamic Pre-K to 8 school with an exceptional balance of attention to character development, academics, arts, and athletics. Its students become self-motivated, life-long learners and enthusiastic community contributors. The school’s values of honesty, caring, joy, responsibility, respect, and excellence guide every decision and interaction.
Students receive robust and thoughtful academic preparation, and are taught by talented faculty who know them as individuals and challenge them to question and explore. At Belmont Day, students cultivate a garden to learn about sustainability, solve engineering problems in the ideate lab, and engage in meaningful service projects in the community. The culture of critical and creative thinking is illustrated by the breadth and scholarship of eighth graders’ culminating Capstone research projects.
Belmont Day students are also budding and experienced actors, artists, athletes, and musicians who choose from over 30 extracurricular offerings. The school’s versatile and accomplished graduates go on to succeed at a variety of secondary schools.