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Family Discovery Day Open House - January 13, 2019

Join us at 10:30 a.m. on January 13, 2019, for our Family Discovery Day Open House. Get a complete overview of Shore, hear from our Head of School Clair Ward, explore the campus with a community member, and engage our teachers in discussions. This event is perfect for first or repeat visits.

RSVP now. We look forward to seeing you there!

 
Additional Information
About

Shore at a Glance

Location
Beverly, Massachusetts, on a 17-acre campus serving families from 40 different communities and two states

Students
410 boys and girls in grades Pre-K 1 through Grade 9

Faculty
  • 49 full faculty members, 39 (82%) with advanced degrees; 20 full-time assistants
  • Student/faculty ratio: 8:1
Class Sizes
  • Pre-K 1: 8 students, 1 homeroom, 2 teachers
  • Pre-K 2: 18 students, 1 homeroom, 3 teachers
  • Kindergarten: 34 students, 2 homerooms, 2 teachers per room
  • Grades 1 & 2: 40 students, 2 homerooms, 2 teachers per room
  • Grade 3 & 4: 42 students, 2 homerooms, 1.5 teachers per room
  • Grade 5: 48 students, 3 homerooms, 1 teacher per room
  • Grades 6-8: 50-55 students, 3-4 groups, full departmentalization
  • Grade 9: 20-25 students, 2-3 groups, full departmentalization
Facilities
  • All science classes in Pre-K through Grade 9 taught in science laboratories
  • All arts, music, drama, library, and physical education taught in specialized classrooms or facilities
Other Resources
  • Library Resource Center
  • 5 science laboratories
  • Lower and Upper School art studios
  • 375-seat Trustey Family Theatre
  • Innovation Lab
  • iPad carts for each grade level and special subjects for students in Pre-K through Grade 3, student-assigned Chromebooks for Grade 4, student-assigned MacBook Air program for Grades 5-9, and a digital studio iMac lab with Adobe Creative Suite editing tools for all students and faculty
  • Classrooms outfitted with integrated a/v systems, including SmartBoards, projectors, Apple TVs, document cameras, and interactive white boards
  • 10 Harkness discussion tables in Upper School English, history, and science classrooms
  • 6 playing fields
  • 3 nature learning environments, including raised-bed gardens, outdoor classroom, early-learner discovery area, and wetlands
  • 2 playgrounds
  • 2 gymnasiums
  • Project Adventure ropes course
  • Rock climbing wall