Student Support

With an average class size of twelve, classroom teachers are able to work with students individually. Students are encouraged to meet with teachers before, during, or after school for assistance and clarification, and may call teachers at home with homework questions.
Student Support Team

The student support team is made up of the Assistant Head of School/Upper School Director, Middle School Director, School Counselor and the Learning Resource Specialist. This team meets weekly to discuss and coordinate care of individual students who have been identified by teachers, parents or other school personnel as needing additional attention regarding academic, social or emotional struggles.  

Peer Ambassadors

Peer Ambassadors are a small number of students in grades 10-12 who are self-motivated role models for the school and community. They work both independently and collaboratively with students and faculty. They are trained and educated through the School Counselor to develop the following skills: interpersonal and intrapersonal communication, conflict resolution, decision-making, group facilitation, and understanding diversity. Peer Ambassadors use these skills, with supervision and administrative support, to help identify solutions to many student issues that may arise.