The Independent School Advantage

When it comes to researching educational choices for children, there are several options to consider, including: public, charter, parochial and independent (private) schools.

Knowing what separates independent schools from other schools can help when selecting the best match between a child's unique strengths and a school's mission, philosophy and culture. 

Below, you'll find information about independent schools, including 5 important reasons that an independent school should be on your consideration list when reviewing options for your child.

Secondary School Bound

Congratulations to the Class of 2021 for their acceptances into the following secondary schools and local high schools.

Boston University Academy
Choate Rosemary Hall Logo
Miss Porter's School logo
Pingree School Logo
Cambridge School of Westin Logo
Marblehead High School
Brewster Academy Logo
St. Andrew's School Logo
Tabor Academy logo
St. Mary's School
New Hamton School logo
Brooks School Logo
Kimball Union logo
The Academy at Penguin Hall logo
Concord Academy
The Putney School logo
Swampscott High School
Commonwealth School logo
Bishop Fenwick Logo
Lynn Vocational Technical High School logo
Proctor School logo
Lynn English High School
Brooks School
The Putney School logo
Waring School
Tower gave me the foundation I needed for high school and later for college. My teachers  pushed me to be responsible and hardworking, but also offered as much help as I needed when I was struggling.  

Ali McEachern, Tower Alumna, Boston University Student and Student Manager of Men’s Ice Hockey