55 Day School Lane , Belmont, MA 02478
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Phone (617) 484-3078
Fax (617) 489-1942

Web Site http://www.belmontday.org

Admissions Contact
Audra McFarland, Director of Admissions
(617) 484-3078 x3884

Grades Served Pre-K-K-1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8
Boarding/Day Day School
Single-Sex or Co-ed Co-ed
Day Enrollment 274
Boarding Enrollment
Setting Suburban
Religious Affiliation non-denominational
Student-Faculty Ratio 8:1
Average Class Size 14
Accrediting Body Association of Independent Schools in New England
Special Programs/Features 13,000+ volume library/extensive professional collection, after school, artist-in-residence, arts, athletic fields, award-winning community service program, drama, enrichment, extended day, field labs, financial aid, French, full-size gymnasium, health & wellness curriculum, healthful snacks/lunches, Mandarin, media labs, music, parent education workshops, performing arts center, reading specialists, robotics, Roots & Shoots group, school garden, science lab, sharing assembly, Spanish, string ensemble, summer session, teacher training program, technology programs, tennis court, woodworking
Next Scheduled Open House Open Houses being scheduled. Please check back.
Summer Programs This school offers summer programs. More Info
Application Deadline January 11, 2017
Required Testing Grades 5-8: ISEE or SSAT
Tuition $23,610 - $37,290
Financial Aid Program Yes
% of Student Body on
Financial Aid
Accepts international students requiring an I-20 visa?
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Belmont Day School offers a rigorous and creative academic program, an integrated arts curriculum, challenging athletics, and a strong home-school partnership. Teachers guide and instruct students individually and in small groups while providing time for students to learn from one another. The faculty pursues ongoing professional development and regularly evaluates curriculum in light of the best in educational theory and practice. Committed to diversity and community, we value honesty, caring, joy, responsibility, respect, and excellence.

What's Happening In Our School?

03/23/2017 -- FROM FACEBOOK

ATHLETICS - Tennis team coaches Kathy Gruzynski and Carl Geneus are excited about the addition of eighth grade newcomers Will Levy and Madison Liesching to this year's squad. Brothers Dylan (6th) and Ethan (8th) Skenderian are teaming up for the second time this year as members of the ultimate team. They also played football together this fall. Seventh grade veterans Alex Tobias and Danny Alpers are hoping that the addition of long poles will result in more effective defensive play on the lacrosse field this spring. Classmates Anyara Zapata and Naomi Stephenson are each coming off of successful intramural lacrosse seasons a year ago and will be counted on for big minutes this spring. Ronan Mullan doubled down on his running talent this year, becoming the only sixth grader selected for both the cross country and track & field teams.