Park Street School Photo #1 - Toddler Transition friends put on a puppet show, acting out how to help a friend.
Park Street School Photo #1 - Toddler Transition friends put on a puppet show, acting out how to help a friend.
Park Street School Photo #2 - Park Street School second graders enjoy their Greek gods and goddesses unit, sharing with classmates fun facts about the god or goddess each was assigned, finishing with a story. Each costume and prop give important clues to the role of each god. Which god or goddess would you have liked to be?
Park Street School Photo #3 - Grade 6A students dissect a mollusk, a blue mussel, before heading out to test the temperature and the salinity of their sample tidal pool area on their rocky intertidal field study at Northeastern University’s Marine Science Center in Nahant.
Park Street School Photo #4 - Toddler friends get messy with Miss Diane sensory painting with chocolate sauce while down on The Farm (during our Farm unit). We like getting mucky, pretending to be pigs in the mud!
Park Street School Photo #5 - In our fabulous gym, first grade students traverse Park Street School’s climbing wall, developing coordination, muscle tone and upper body strength.
Park Street School Photo #6 - Park Street School (PSS) fourth grade faculty Queen Owens and Queen Schooley give instructions to their squires before the infamous Medieval Tournament in the Boston Common. Competing in the tournament is one of the tasks the fourth grade squires need to complete before the Queens’ knighting ceremony. All the squires will now and forever be Park Street School Grade 4 Knights!
Park Street School Photo #7 - March Madness takes over Park Street School as girls and boys from Grades 4-6 enjoy five weeks of dribbling, basket drills and pounding the court!
Park Street School Photo #8 - By playing “Musical Letters” to different tunes, Pre-K students build upper and lower case letter identification. We also practice how to be good sports by “sitting out” when we can’t find a letter on which to stand. Movement helps us learn!
Park Street School Photo #9 - “Cup on pup!” Kindergarten students read to their classmates, practicing reading phrases from Dr. Suess books as they celebrated Dr. Suess’ birthday on March 2! Oh, the things we will learn!
Park Street School Photo #10 - Third grade students have fun with Mrs. Baskett in Science observing the unique attributes of fish and amphibians in their study of the many classes of vertebrates.
Park Street School - a bright and sunny neighborhood school in Boston's Beacon Hill for students age 2 to Grade 6 - where confidence is nurtured, play is intentional, academic content is rich and building character is a priority!
Our academics are superior. Grounded in our Core Knowledge philosophy, children begin acquiring a significant body of knowledge early -- an approach we believe is foundational to developing critical thinking skills necessary for lifelong learning.
Learning here is an active experience that fosters creativity and curiosity, collaboration and resilience.
Our remarkable faculty and staff form close relationships with students and their families; those relationships form the heart of our school.
Character education is important. Our students' growth as unique individuals " academically, spiritually, emotionally and physically" is fostered with intention. Our students develop a strong sense of self and place, learning to invest in their communities and the world around them.
Our approach produces successful graduates who are curious, accomplished, courageous and compassionate. They consistently receive acceptance to their top-choice schools:
Sample list of middle school acceptances: Beaver Country Day, Belmont Hill School, Boston College High School, Boston Latin Academy, Boston Latin School, Boston Trinity Academy, Brimmer and May, The British International School of Boston, Buckingham, Browne & Nichols, Dana Hall School, The Fessenden School, Lexington Christian Academy, Milton Academy, Newton Country Day School, Noble and Greenough School, The Rivers School, Roxbury Latin School, St. Sebastian`s School, Thayer Academy, The Winsor School
Sample list of our graduates` college matriculation: Boston College, Boston University, Bowdoin College, Colby College, College of William & Mary, Columbia University, Connecticut College, Fordham University, George Washington University, Harvard University, Johns Hopkins University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Middlebury College, Mount Holyoke College, Tufts University, Wake Forest, University of Southern California, University of Virginia
Park Street School's mission is to provide an innovative and comprehensive education built on a Christian foundation for children with a diversity of social, economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds.

Quick Stats (2021-22)

  • Top Ranked MA School
  • Grades: Nursery/Preschool-6
  • Students: 314 students
  • Average class size: 15 students
  • Application Deadline: Jan. 2 / rolling

Top Rankings

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School Overview

Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Nursery/Preschool-6
ADD/ADHD Support
Learning Difference Programs
Year Founded

Student Body

Total Students
314 students
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 28%
Students by Grade
Park Street School Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers
29 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
15 students
List of Courses Offered
Matriculation DataMatric. Data

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
Jan. 2 / rolling
Tuition Notes
See website for current rates:
Admissions Director
Laura Perkins
Admissions Associate
Amanda Hart


Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.
18 extracurriculars
Club or Organization:
Computer programming, Math, Newspaper, Scratch, Woodworking

Arts and Music Programs:
Brass Instruments, Dance, Drums, Piano, String Instruments, Theatre Revue

Recreational Athletic Programs:
Boys' Soccer, Flag Football, Futsal (Boys and Girls), Girls' Running, Girls' Soccer, Karate, March Madness (basketball-girls and boys)

School Reviews

  5.00 out of 5  (2 reviews)
I could not be happier with our decision to send our children to Park Street. They have had a wonderful experience for the last 9 years. The teachers are warm and loving. The administration works hard at getting to know the families and does a great job building community. My children have made lifelong friendships and so have my husband and I. The children are truly excited to go to school every day.
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My children have been at Park Street School since they were both two years old. They are now going into fourth and second grade. They are both thriving at Park Street due to the amazing teachers and curriculum. Not only are they doing well academically, but also socially and emotionally as well. They have met wonderful friends and truly feel loved and supported by the entire staff every day they walk into school.
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Quick Stats (2021-22)

  • Top Ranked MA School
  • Grades: Nursery/Preschool-6
  • Students: 314 students
  • Average class size: 15 students
  • Application Deadline: Jan. 2 / rolling

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