|On behalf of the entire admissions team, thank you for your interest in The Seven Hills School. We are delighted that you want to learn more about us and hope to have the opportunity to introduce you personally to our uniquely dynamic community. Seven Hills is devoted to preparing students for the future. From pre-Kindergarten through twelfth grade, we challenge our students to develop new skills and to hone their creativity and intellectual curiosity on a daily basis.
Our website provides information about our deeply engaging academic program as well as our rich offerings in the arts, in competitive athletics, and in extracurricular activities. It also provides an overview of the admissions and tuition assistance process.
In the section “Why Seven Hills,” you will find a link to some brief videos in which parents and students describe their Seven Hills experience in their own way. You will also find perspectives from our current faculty which provide a few of the reasons why we think you and your child might benefit from joining our community.
We know that you are searching for a school community that will help nurture your children’s unique potential and help prepare them fully for a rewarding life in college and beyond. We hope, that as you get to know our community a little better, you will discover that The Seven Hills School is just such a place.
We know that choosing the right school for your family is a major decision, and we are here to help you in any way that we can. While the website is a great source of information, the best way to get to know Seven Hills is to visit. Words and images can only convey so much, so we invite you to walk the corridors, peek into classes, and speak with students and their families as well as our faculty. I hope this brief glimpse of Seven Hills will entice you to take the next step and come see for yourself all that we have to offer.
We look forward to meeting you.
Director of Admission and Financial Aid
Seven Hills is independent, nonprofit, and nonsectarian and serves boys and girls from pre-Kindergarten through grade twelve on two campuses.