Community Service

The Upper School service program is an integral part of the learning and growing experience for our students.  Here students learn to use their skills, abilities, and emotional intelligence to impact the world beyond the self and for the better.  This is the foundation of leadership. As stated in our mission, our students learn to “advocate for themselves and others, and to contribute their skills in support of causes.”

Current service learning opportunities include:

Student Government

A peer-elected body, student government discusses and tackles important initiatives and plans important school events throughout the year.
 

Harrington Readers

Students visit nearby Harrington Elementary School each week and develop relationships with students as reading and personal mentors.
 

Environmental Club

Students become active stewards and agents for sustainability at Tower. They manage the school's composting and recycling efforts.
 

The Turret (Tower's literary magazine) 

Student editors create the annual literary magazine, comprised entirely of student writing and illustration.
 

Marblehead Conservancy

Students assist volunteer environmentalists at Marblehead Conservancy to transform the local environmental landscape by learning to identify and remove invasive species and plant native trees along the rail trail. 
 

Adopt-A-Grandparent

Students visit Lafayette Nursing Facility and form meaningful relationships with the residents
 

School Climate Committee

Students identify challenges in student life and create change with the goal of improving the overall school experience for all students.

 

It is the people standing [here] who made it happen for my daughters, and who are the reason I'm back here talking about it tonight.

JOHN FULGHUM, PARENT OF ALUMNAE, SPEAKING TO PARENTS OF LOWER SCHOOL STUDENTS

Upcoming Events



Indigenous Peoples' Day - no school
all day
Upper School Assembly
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Boys V Soccer @ Shore
Shore Country Day School

TUITION ASSISTANCE IS AVAILABLE.

We provide roughly $1.8 million in assistance annually. Inquire and apply today.

Additionally, we encourage applicants to grades 4-7 to apply for our Community Scholars Program.

Reagan Kenwell