The Phoenix School
- Top Ranked MA School
- Grades: Kindergarten-8
- Enrollment: 35 students
- Yearly Tuition: $26,000
- Acceptance rate: 80%
- Average class size: 5 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
The Phoenix School ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Massachusetts for:
Academics and Faculty
Students are expected to dress to learn.
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
Arts and Music Programs:
Art + Exhibition Night, Band Instruction, Holiday Gifts, May Day Performance
Essential skills are integrated into topics introduced into our flexible, mixed-age environment that breaks the traditional walls between school, home, and the community.
Phoenix educators are not just math or science teachers, but experts in student academic motivation, creating effective habits, and student empowerment. We hire top-performing educators who think outside the box and know that there is a learning opportunity everywhere.
We know children are instinctual learners, and we value their leadership and partnership in their educational path. Here, students are full partners in their own education, parents are their integral partners, and every child is known and understood by their educators.
Our flexible, mixed-age environment breaks the traditional walls between school, home, and the community. A Phoenix education nurtures creative growth, tenacity, and citizenship. Which in turn develops caring, self confident, inquisitive, competent individuals responsive to a changing, complex world.
We believe a personalized education supports a love of learning and provides academic growth without boundaries. Our K-8 immersive partnership experience cultivates leadership and problem-solving skills, while our project-based learning spanning all subjects gives students the opportunity to think deeply on topics of interest.
A Phoenix education is not limited by its four walls. Our students venture out in the world to use the rich resources of the community, near and far.
Our home base is just over 3,000 ft. at 28 Goodhue St. in Salem, at the edge of the downtown within walking distance to the Commuter Rail, Salem Library, Mack Park, Community Life Center, Salem YMCA, Peabody Essex Museum, and Salem Common, and other community resources.
Rather than a campus that provides all the facilities needed for the curriculum, we have chosen to integrate the world around us, near and far, into our campus. We utilize the community to fulfill our educational mission.
Innovation, collaboration, critical thinking, global citizenship, and problem solving skills are at the forefront of our program. We provide a strong academic foundation, ensuring that our students continue to thrive in high school, college and beyond.
At Phoenix students learn to..
- think critically
- explore deeply
- work collaboratively
- contribute globally
- learn from failure (FAIL = First Attempts In Learning)
- celebrate success
- collaborative leaders
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does The Phoenix School cost?
The Phoenix School's tuition is approximately $26,000 for private students.
What is the acceptance rate of The Phoenix School?
The acceptance rate of The Phoenix School is 80%, which is higher than the national average of 71%.
Does The Phoenix School offer a summer program?
Yes, The Phoenix School offers a summer program. Visit their summer school page for more information.
What sports does The Phoenix School offer?
The Phoenix School offers 4 interscholastic sports: Basketball, Soccer, Surf Team and Swimming.
What is The Phoenix School's ranking?
The Phoenix School ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Massachusetts for: Highest percentage of faculty with advanced degrees.
When is the application deadline for The Phoenix School?
The application deadline for The Phoenix School is rolling (applications are reviewed as they are received year-round).
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