The Upper School Student Council is sponsoring Spirit Week Tuesday, May 14 through Friday, May 17. Show your Pike Pride by participating in our themed dress down days!
At Pike, we challenge our kids to become flexible thinkers. My students impress me every day with their willingness to try new strategies, learn from their mistakes, and truly grow as learners. Carolyn Eliet, Grade 4 Teacher
Having taught in a variety of school settings, I can honestly say that Pike students stand out in their genuine curiosity and willingness to try new things. Every day they remind me of the joy of learning. George Philips, Upper School Music Teacher
Pike students understand themselves as learners. They have the tools and skills to navigate the rigor of the next steps of their education beyond Pike. Trisha Gordon, Head of Upper School
I love bringing new ideas and approaches to my work with students and my peers. It's what drives my teaching and their learning. How can I present this topic more effectively? How can they dig deeper into that topic? It's exciting, and I think it makes learning more exciting for my students. Sharon Libront, Lower and Middle School Literacy Coach
The love of learning at Pike is infectious! All it takes is for one student to have an 'a-ha moment,' and the buzz of excitement becomes palpable throughout the room.Ed Santella, Grade 5 Teacher
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. 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 Teacher
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
We are thrilled to welcome award-winning author Adam Gidwitz to the Middle School on Friday, May 17.
We are pleased to announce that the AISNE Membership Committee and the AISNE Board have voted to continue Pike's accreditation.