Students on a bench
WELCOME

Thank you for your interest in Park. We have so much we want to share with you!

Park is more than a school. It’s a cherished place filled with unique, memorable, transformative experiences. It’s a time to explore, advance, and acquire new insights and abilities—intellectual, emotional, and social. It’s an extraordinary adventure that students embark upon, along with their friends, families, and teachers.

With our student-centered approach to education, a child can join Park at any grade level. Our diverse, connected, supportive community and exceptional faculty are eager to share The Park School with you. Your journey is our journey. Ready to learn more?

Upcoming Events

Apply for Academic Year 2021-22

We are still accepting applications for Grade 7. Please click here to get started.

 

Please note that the deadline for other grades has passed and we are no longer accepting applications. Thank you for your interest in Park!

Admission Coffees with the Head of School

8:30-9:30 a.m. 

Friday, January 22 

Friday, January 29

Friday, February 5 

In the winter, applicant families are invited to join Head of School Scott Young to learn more about Park’s program, mission, and community as they consider the ways in which their children will thrive at Park.

Please note that these events are by invitation only which have been sent directly to parents in the application process.

Admission By the Numbers

100

new students enroll each year

 

23%

of students receive financial aid
($3.7 million in grants)

30+

cities and towns are home to Park families

Getting to Campus 

While Park feels like a neighborhood school, families live in nearly 30 cities and towns in the greater Boston area. To help reduce the traffic on Goddard Avenue and mitigate the School’s carbon footprint, we encourage families to carpool and utilize school-provided transportation to get to and from Park. We strive to serve as many communities as possible and currently 48% of our students participate. 

For the current transportation routes and schedules,

click here

We look forward to your visit! 

Driving: Please observe our one-way traffic pattern on campus. 
Parking: Admission visitors are welcome to park in any available space on campus. In the smaller parking lot, there are two reserved spaces. 
Public Transportation: The closest MBTA stations are Brookline Village (green line) and Forest Hills (orange line). You will need to take a short taxi ride from these stations to get to Park’s campus.