Head of School Message
I am so pleased that you have decided to explore Community School for your family. It is a wonderful, joyous place for children to fall in love with learning.
As a parent, you recognize your child’s unique gifts. At Community, we are committed to letting those gifts flourish, whatever they may be. Here, you’ll find an inspiring atmosphere where children are challenged to grow on an academic, creative, and personal level. Coached by our veteran faculty, students develop the skills to reach their highest potential with confidence, all in an environment solely devoted to elementary education.
The children here are truly engaged in learning. Community is not a place where children sit passively and listen to their teachers. They are hands-on, all-in, enthusiastic learners who are excited to dig deeply into subject matter and explore ideas. Our 18-acre campus has woods, trails, fields, a pond, and a Treehouse, making it the perfect place for children to safely explore the outside world while reinforcing concepts learned in the classroom.
We believe that a child’s education should be both broad and deep, with a comprehensive exploration of science, math, literature, writing, social studies, foreign language, the visual and performing arts, and technology. Our focus on character development and critical thinking helps Community’s alumni earn leadership positions in secondary schools, in college, and in life.
I hope each of you will take some time to virtually explore our school here. You can enjoy a video tour of our campus and 360° classroom photos.
This is a truly exceptional place for children and their families to embrace exploration and learning throughout preschool, kindergarten, and elementary school. Please email or call for more information.
Head of School
Community has a risk-taking, okay-to-make-mistakes, growth environment. Once your child walks through the door, they will become an important part of our community. They will be valued, appreciated, encouraged, supported and motivated.
Sixth grade student