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The Studio School

At The Studio School, learning and relationships go hand in hand and are alive with passion, curiosity, and spirit. Founded in 1971, for children preschool through eighth grade, The Studio School offers an interdisciplinary curriculum where children learn to think critically and creatively. The School is committed to creating a community that celebrates the richness of life and the common bonds of all humanity.

Basic Facts

    Age Range:
    PreK - Grade 8

    Years Established: 1971

    Enrollment: 115

    Average Class Size: 16-18

    Tuition: $31,260-$43,120

    Who you serve:
    Co-ed, Elementary, Middle School, Preschool

    The Studio School approach blends an understanding of child development with a working knowledge of how children learn, and a student-teacher relationship that is emotionally connective. A multi-layered curriculum presents subjects in terms of their relationships to one another - students are asked to make connections, investigate and explore ideas for deeper discoveries and original insights. Teachers work in small classes (maximum 16) and create a balance between instruction and exploration, and between working independently and working with one's peers.


    Available Hours:
    Toddlers MWF 9:15-11:45, Early Childhood 8:30-12:15/3, Elementary 8:30-3, Middle School 8:30-3:15

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    My daughter has become very invested in her classes at The Studio School. Recently, her threes and fours class has been learning about the postal system. She has worked closely with her teacher to write letters, she has discovered the significance of putting a stamp on a letter, and she has been pleased to send letters through the mail. My daughter now counts every mail box in our neighborhood and looks forward to going to school the next day to report the number of mailboxes she has seen. The impact of this project extends well beyond learning about the postal system. It has opened her eyes to the world beyond herself as she imagines all of the places she can send her letters. She understands that she can remain connected to people even if she doesn’t see them every day and many nights, she comes home and writes a pretend letter to someone she is thinking of!

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