The Pike School seeks to develop within its community a life-long love of learning, respect for other, the joy of physical activity and a creative spirit. A Pike education is a journey that prepares students to be independent learners and responsible citizens. We believe the potential within each of us deserves to be recognized and nurtured. We believe children develop best when there is an active and willing partnership between school and family. We believe that an enriching, challenging and supportive environment is necessary for personal development, and by recognizing, respecting, sharing and appreciating our similarities and differences, we grow and flourish. The Pike School is an independent, coeducational day school located on 35 woodland acres in Andover, Massachusetts. Its comprehensive and sequential program provides education to students from Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 9. Small class size and individual attention allow for social, emotional, physical, and intellectual development of the students within the context of the school community. The Pike School history extends back to 1926 when Cynthia E. Pike started educating six students in her home.
Spatter Painting in PreK
The Pike School
An English Class
Upper School Science
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