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A Living Curriculum
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About Tremont School
Tremont School is a collaborative community that challenges each and every student to take ownership of their learning. We create personalized real-world, interdisciplinary content that fosters joyful exploration and develops students’ natural curiosity, personal interests, and individual potential. Tremont graduates critical thinkers, problem solvers, and compassionate and dynamic citizens.
We are currently accepting applications for grades 5 through 12 for the 2020 - 2021 school year, as well as Tremont Transitions, our program for students desiring to change schools during the current academic year.
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Finding the right educational match for learners is one of the most important things that we can do for them. When NEASC recently accredited Tremont School, they said that it filled an as yet unfilled niche in the private school landscape in the Boston area. We are a small but deliberately diverse, intentionally inclusive community.
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Repurposed from a Spring 2019 posting on the NAIS web site By Tina Grotzer, David Vaughn, and Bill Wilmot Students in middle school teacher Irene Jackson’s class are all busily engaged in their own work. One student explains he’s working on math now because, “I think about math best at this time of the
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