Your child can do anything. That's what you believe. And the beauty is, at Pike, we believe it, too.
Welcome! On behalf of the External Affairs team we want to thank you for your interest in The Pike School.
What's the first thing you should know about Pike? Pike is fueled by positive energy. In fact, there is a certain sort of joyful exuberance that permeates everything we do. And yes, it's contagious. Blame it on our teachers. They create an environment so welcoming— and so filled with the thrill of risk-taking—that even our youngest students think learning is the most natural thing in the world.
While we wish we could meet you in person this fall, in consideration of safety and in response to COVID-19, our admissions process will be virtual this year. We have a number of resources and extensive material on our website, so please click around to learn more about the outstanding academic opportunities, the devoted faculty and the welcoming community that make Pike an exceptional learning environment.
Please do not hesitate to contact our office with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org as we would be happy to help.
We look forward to seeing you online!
Kate K. Moran
Director of External Affairs
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I am so impressed by how quickly and efficiently our teachers have pivoted to online learning. It's been awesome to watch the hard work bloom into learning. You all are amazing! Current Pike Parent
“The thing I like most about Pike is that the teachers are really supportive and easy to talk to. I always feel comfortable asking for help.”Current Upper School student
“One of Pike’s strengths is the focus on fostering each child’s individual potential, and the recognition that there are a lot of ways to be smart in today’s world.”Recent Alumni
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