St. Timothy’s parents often ask our
headmaster why we don’t add
a high school.
St. Timothy’s parents often ask our headmaster why we don’t add a high school. While we’re thrilled that families love St. Timothy’s enough to want to stay, the answer is that both research and our own experience support the value of a pre-k to eighth grade education model.
Focused expertise on early childhood through early adolescence
It’s no question—17-year-olds are very different developmentally from four-year-olds. Limiting the age range of students we educate provides more opportunities for specialized focus and expertise. We know our children well, and we understand how they think.
Mature and confident Middle School students
Rather than looking to older students for approval, our Middle School students proudly assume the role of leaders at St. Timothy’s. They serve as role models to our Lower School students.
Middle School students are role models to our Lower School students