Tremont is a caring and supportive community. Many students, teachers, and parents experience the culture of Tremont as a welcome change, even a relief, from competitive and stratified school cultures. Our focus on individualization, active listening, proactive problem-solving, and collaboration among all constituencies has resulted in a highly engaged, resilient community that comes together to support the emotional, social, and academic growth of all students and to celebrate the triumphs of each individual.
In 2018, Tremont School became one of the youngest schools ever to receive accreditation from the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC), the same association that accredits prestigious local private schools and colleges such as Harvard and Yale. The NEASC Visiting Committee commented that Tremont filled a very important gap in the educational terrain.
Tremont School graduates critical thinkers, problem-solvers, and compassionate and dynamic citizens. Some of these students are college-bound while others will pursue technical school, a post-graduate year, or career options.