Throughout the United States, middle schools are often a division within a larger school, especially for independent schools or smaller public school districts. For example, schools are typically Pre-K through 8, 6 through 12 or Pre-K through 12.Read More
The Beech Hill School is proud to focus exclusively on the developmental needs and challenges of middle school aged students. Every aspect of our community - size, curriculum, schedule and faculty - supports the specific needs of middle schoolers.
At the Beech Hill School, we believe that middle school students thrive in communities where their strengths are celebrated and they are individually challenged on a moment-to-moment basis.
The strength of any school is tied tightly to the quality of its teachers. At The Beech Hill School, we take great pride in our teaching faculty, and provide them the autonomy, support, and community that make this school an ideal place to teach.Read More
One of the most important reasons that families choose a Beech Hill School education is its steadfast commitment to providing a rigorous and diverse education within the class day; from 8:30 – 3:00.Read More
Middle school students have an abundance of opportunities to engage in community programming, like sport teams, Scouting, music lessons, art lessons, and other specialized programming.Read More
The Beech Hill School creates a foundation for achievement within its students. Thus, we need to prepare our students to be adaptable, self-aware, and resilient. How they learn is as important as the content they cover.Read More
We support the aspirations of our students to explore options for high school, including local public high schools and independent schools. Many of our students choose to apply to independent secondary schools.Read More
Coming from BHS, most students attending their public school will be eligible to enroll in honors levels classes.Read More
Compelling evidence and research substantiates the value of small class size in learning outcomes. The Beech Hill School is committed to maintaining classes of roughly 12 students or less.Read More