Best Massachusetts Private Elementary Schools Offering Rock Climbing Sport (2021-22)

For the 2021-22 school year, there are 13 private elementary schools offering rock climbing as an interscholastic sport serving 2,803 students in Massachusetts.
The best top ranked offering rock climbing sport private elementary schools in Massachusetts include Bay Farm Montessori Academy, Kingsley Montessori School and The Meadowbrook School Of Weston.
The average acceptance rate is 74%, which is lower than the Massachusetts private elementary school average acceptance rate of 75%.
8% of private elementary schools offering rock climbing sport in Massachusetts are religiously affiliated (most commonly Roman Catholic).

Top Private Elementary Schools Offering Rock Climbing Sport in Massachusetts (2021-22)

School
Location
Grades
Students
Bay Farm Montessori Academy
Bay Farm Montessori Academy Photo - Bay Farm Montessori Academy offers strong academic programs rooted in Montessori philosophy that inspire children to grow with joy, purpose, and compassion.
Montessori School
(8)
145 Loring Street
Duxbury, MA 02332
(781) 934-7101
Grades: NS-8
| 202 students
Kingsley Montessori School
Kingsley Montessori School Photo
Montessori School
(2)
26 Exeter Street
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 226-4927
Grades: NS-6
| 295 students
Atrium School
Atrium School Photo
(5)
69 Grove St
Watertown, MA 02472
(617) 923-4156
Grades: PK-8
| 126 students
Clark School
Clark School Photo - Discover Clark School. Providing an individualized education for students K-12 with a focus on the arts & technology in a therapeutic environment.
(9)
14 Forest Ridge Drive
Rowley, MA 01969
(978) 777-4699
Grades: K-12
| 180 students
Dana Hall School
Dana Hall School Photo - Dana Hall fosters sisterhood and lifelong friendships.
All-girls
(1)
45 Dana Road
Wellesley, MA 02482
(781) 489-1331
Grades: 5-12
| 468 students
57 Holton Street
Allston, MA 02134
(617) 783-2600
Grades: PK-12
| 282 students
Hillside School
Hillside School Photo - We offer many clubs for the boys to choose from throughout the year. Examples include cooking, drawing/sketching, football, glee, kickball/dodgeball, guitar, travel, ping-pong and a mystery club.
All-boys | Special Program Emphasis
404 Robin Hill Street
Marlborough, MA 01752
(508) 485-3483
Grades: 4-9
| 156 students
Jackson Walnut Park School
Jackson Walnut Park School Photo - Jackson Elementary
(Roman Catholic)
(1)
200 Jackson Road
Newton, MA 02458
(617) 202-9772
Grades: NS-6
| 350 students
10 Farm Rd
Weston, MA 02493
(781) 894-1193
Grades: PK-8
| 318 students
125
125 Photo - Center School students are immersed in rigor and play in balanced abundance. This 3rd/4th grade is heading out to their "Woods Spot"--a location in the adjacent conservation area where the class spends time most afternoons. Woods spots become a nexus of social and academic learning, where commerce, governance, and community emerge organically.
(2)
739 Bernardston Road
Greenfield, MA 01301
(413) 773-1700
Grades: NS-8
| 138 students
Ivy Street School
Ivy Street School Photo - Students take field trips in the community to explore Boston and New England.
Special Education School
(1)
200 Ivy Street
Brookline, MA 02446
(617) 732-0220
Grades: 8-12
| 39 students
The Meadowridge Academy
The Meadowridge Academy Photo - Meadowridge Academy dining room.
Alternative School
664 Stevens Rd
Swansea, MA 02777
(508) 677-8740
Grades: 6-12
| 39 students
Thacher Montessori School
Thacher Montessori School Photo - A place designed around a child's need and curiosity.
Montessori School
(2)
1425 Blue Hill Ave
Milton, MA 02186
(617) 361-2522
Grades: NS-8
| 210 students

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