The Chestnut Hill School

428 Hammond Street , Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
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Phone (617) 566-4394
Fax (617) 738-6602

Web Site http://www.tchs.org

Admissions Contact
Wendy W. Borosavage, Director of Admission/Enrollment
617-264-1342
admissions@tchs.org

Grades Served Preschool-K-1-2-3-4-5-6
Boarding/Day Day School
Single-Sex or Co-ed Co-ed
Day Enrollment 270
Boarding Enrollment N/A
Setting Suburban
Religious Affiliation None
Student-Faculty Ratio 8:1
Average Class Size 16
Accrediting Body Association of Independent Schools in New England
Special Programs/Features A host of after-school, summer, and music programs enrich our extra-curricular offerings. See our website, www.tchs.org, for more details.
Next Scheduled Open House Open Houses being scheduled. Please check back.
Summer Programs This school offers summer programs. More Info
Application Deadline January 15
Required Testing Admissions testing with our Educational Consultant
Tuition $23,160-$33,960 per year
Financial Aid Program Yes
% of Student Body on
Financial Aid
19%
Accepts international students requiring an I-20 visa?
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The Chestnut Hill School is an independent, coeducational elementary school in Chestnut Hill, MA that comprises a preschool program (starting at age 3), an all-day Kindergarten, and Grades One through Six. We live our mission of academic excellence, community, and diversity.

What's Happening In Our School?

05/25/2017 -- FROM TWITTER

RT @Sarah_Fortino: Several months ago #grade1 sorted and followed an algorithm to plant seeds. Next week we will transfer them to the gardeā€¦

09/02/2014 -- FROM BLOG

While I've always admired people who manage to live fully in the present, I also admire those who somehow learn both to honor the past and to prepare for the future. Not surprisingly, I'm generally curious about scientific and anecdotal perspectives about this delicate juggling act. The following article by Adam Frank appeared recently in NPR's Cosmos and Culture section and definitely got my attention. Click here to learn about a different perspective altogether. So much for my sage advice.