We surround your child with positive energy.

At The Pike School, we believe every child has unlimited potential. That's why we provide unlimited possibilities – for thinking, creating, competing and unleashing curiosity.

Green Waves

It’s the secret to our students’ success.

I have been lucky to experience Pike as a student, a teacher, and also a parent. For me, Pike has always been a community that is welcoming, nurturing, and inspiring. It truly exudes positive energy that can be felt from all perspectives.Hilary Munroe, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher

The students at Pike are passionate, coachable, and hard working. I enjoy being able to coach them as they compete and represent Pike on the athletic field.

Emeric Viani, Lower and Middle School MusicMatt Medeiros, Athletics Director

I love that students can shed the facade and be their authentic self. Pike is a safe and healthy place for children to get a transformative education.Yadira Valdez, Admission Associate and Current Pike Parent

In Middle School, we support children in their practice of utilizing a growth mindset. This allows all students to better understand themselves as unique learners, while reinforcing the idea that embracing challenges and learning from our mistakes leads to deeper understanding.Adam Dalicandro, 4th Grade Teacher

I love that Pike is a community of readers where students and adults enjoy spending time with a good story. Books act as both windows and mirrors, offering us a view into a new world or reflecting our own world back to us. Pike readers read widely and are happy to share book recommendations.
Linda Spence, Upper School English Teacher and School LibrarianLinda Spence, Upper School Teacher and School Librarian

As a teacher at Pike, I value the opportunity to explore a rich curriculum, from the science behind simple machines to the cultural traditions of México. Even more than that, I value the opportunity to create a community where I know the unique identities and passions of the children in my space. Teaching second grade isn't the most important thing I do — teaching children is.
Julia Alexander, Grade 2 TeacherJulia Alexander, Grade 2 Teacher

White Waves

What Sets Us Apart


of our students identify as students of color


of our faculty hold at least one Master’s Degree


woodland acres including a 1.5 mile nature trail running along the campus


average years teachers have taught at Pike


communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire


average amount of financial aid awarded this year


of our Upper School students play at least one sport


gallons of food waste composted by Pike each year

Green Waves

Recent News

A Message From the Family School Partnership

The Family School Partnership (FSP) is very appreciative of our parent community! Thank you to every volunteer throughout this school year because without you we would not have been able to come together as we did.