Mayfield Junior School, a Catholic independent school founded and sponsored by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, implements the philosophy of the Holy Child Schools. We are committed not only to the religious and educational development of each child, but also to maintaining a sense of community and family spirit. The school seeks to provide a challenging academic and religious education for children. The educational experience fostered by a loving faith community of students, faculty, and parents emphasizes responsible freedom and the development of self-potential. Mayfield Junior School is committed to Cornelia Connelly's belief in the giftedness of the individual. Creative programs stimulate inquisitive minds and develop lifelong learning skills. In the belief that aesthetic as well as athletic experiences are essential in maturing well-rounded individuals, students are offered an enriching gamut of physical, dramatic, artistic, and cultural activities.
What matters at Mayfield Junior School is deepening the learning experience at every level and encouraging students to embrace the process, stretch themselves intellectually, collaborate effectively, and confidently explore and develop the qualities of character that will guide them through life with integrity, compassion, and perspective.
In the classroom students learn content through active engagement, inquiry-based reflection, critical thinking, and global and personal connections. Small classroom size fosters hands-on learning and creates a supportive atmosphere where the student/teacher relationship thrives, and provides students with a safe environment where they are free to engage in spirited debate, learn from their mistakes, and develop their talents.
Mayfield Junior School, a Catholic independent school founded and sponsored by the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, implements the philosophy of the Holy Child Schools which is based on trust and reverence for the dignity of every person. We are committed to the religious and educational development of each child and to maintaining a sense of community and family spirit that welcomes people of diverse backgrounds. At Mayfield each child is challenged to reach his or her potential. We encourage our students to respond to the needs of our time with compassion, integrity and confidence in God and in their own gifts.
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Student Teacher Ratio
11 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
Associations & Memberships
Other school associations
State or regional independent school association
National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)