Learn about Advent's innovative academic programs for children in pre-Kindergarten through Sixth Grade.
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At Advent, students in pre-Kindergarten (Early Childhood Center) through Sixth Grade explore academic subjects in an integrated approach that is rooted in the principles of Reggio Emilia, social justice, and personal growth.
Advent’s co-teaching model allows for students to collaborate in whole group lessons, small groups, and individually with teachers, all to enhance their understanding of the material and the connection to the world around them. With classes in art, library, music, physical education, science, Spanish, and yoga and meditation, along with math, literacy, and theme, Advent provides a well-rounded educational experience. As an active member of the greater Boston community, we work to build strong ties with our neighborhood and the city through field trips, community service opportunities, and family collaboration.
Our students graduate from Advent confident and prepared to excel at secondary schools and beyond. Our Next Schools process is an important part of the Sixth Grade year and a collaboration between home, school, and child.
We strive to admit families who are dedicated to Advent’s mission and philosophy and who want to be an integral part of the community. We invite you to visit our School and to see our teachers and students and their learning in action. I can’t wait to meet you!
Director of Admission & Next Schools
(617) 742-0520 x 15
The Advent School admits students of any race, sex, or national origin. Further, it does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, family or national origin in the administration of educational policies, financial aid, or other school programs.