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Welcome to Admissions

Three middle school boys harvesting kale and root vegetables from the raised garden beds.


We're delighted that you're exploring Tower for your child(ren). We invite you to learn about our school's mission, our academic program and our extraordinary community of learners and families. We hope you'll join us by attending our admission events or beginning a conversation with a member of our admissions team.

You'll also learn what our students love most about their experiences at Tower. See below for more information. 

We look forward to meeting you.

Best regards,

Reagan Kenwell
Director of Admission, Pre-K–4

Mary Dailey
Director of Middle School Admission, Grades 5–8;
Director of Secondary School Counseling

Tower's emphasis on Character & Confidence gives children the skills to thrive - as students, leaders, and citizens.

Tower students are articulate, confident, self-motivated learners who engage in their academic success, develop strong leadership skills, and create opportunities to contribute meaningfully in their communities and the world.


What is it like to be a Tower student? Hear from our students!

1st Grade

This first-grader discusses student life at Tower, including what he looks forward to each day, and his experience with challenging school work. Timmy also announces his plans for the future.

Something that is really hard is math—but I really like math. It's my favorite thing to do in school.

7th Grade

This seventh-grader shares her experience joining Tower in middle school, opens up about courage and shares a few things that she's looking forward to in her 8th grade year at Tower. 

Recitation Day will take a lot of courage because we will be speaking in front of the whole school which will be a little nerve racking, but I'm very excited.

8th Grade

This student describes himself as ambitious; he makes the most of the opportunities that Tower affords him to excel as a leader, to pursue his passion—and to use those skills to forge a path to his career.

My favorite afterschool activity at Tower was playing soccer. I loved this because I felt like a leader and I helped people when they needed it.

Tower in Action

Whether you're a long-time Tower family or one just beginning conversations with our admission team, we want you to be familiar with our school's mission and the curriculum we develop to achieve this mission for students.


Student Government making gift bags for Veterans


Critical & Creative Thinking

Our students active curiosity deepens their subject matter knowledge, sharpens their critical thinking skills and enables students to develop an informed point of view. 

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Science class in the greenhouse


Engaging Curriculum

We challenge students with opportunities to use and expand their skills across disciplines in real situations—forging a deeper connection to academic information.

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Aha moment in coding class


Opportunities to Excel

We provide opportunities for students to identify themselves as innovators, leaders, contributors, artists and athletes.

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Tower graduate holding diploma


Prepared for Success

Tower graduates are articulate, kind, confident, self-motivated learners who possess the skills for academic and personal achievement in secondary school and in life. 

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Pre-K Story Time and Painting Time


Schedule a Campus Tour.

While researching educational options for your child(ren), a campus visit can provide a valuable lens through which to experience the culture, opportunities and community.

Pre-K–4 Campus Tour  Grades 5–8 Campus Tour

Collaborative Work  in the Middle School Learning Commons


Attend an Admission Event.

Attend an admission Event for an opportunity meet teachers, students and administrators and learn how investing in a Tower education can prepare them for success in a dynamic future, as well as today.

Register for an Admission event.

We are so blessed to have the benefits of a high quality private education in our backyard. Like most families, our children are unique, both in their gifts as well as their developmental needs. The intimacy, flexible pedagogy, and dedication from the faculty allow our children to overcome their individual challenges while discovering and developing their unique talents.

Mark and Robin Roberge, Tower parents ‘21, ‘22