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Integrated Communications

Shore clearly articulates its vision for the academic and personal development of its students.


Develop a communications plan whose primary focus is advancing the mission and vision of Shore

Our team will develop a communications plan whose primary focus is advancing the mission and vision of Shore by capitalizing on the use of the most accessible and communicative media strategies. Our approach focuses on coordinating the many avenues of communication. Utilizing emerging technologies will ensure community-wide awareness of our reputation for excellence in academic and character education. With the deluge of information available, we seek to broadcast Shore’s “best kept secrets.”

Examples:
  • All eleven grades at Shore bring their ideas and inspiration to their searches for creative solutions in the Innovation Lab.
  • At Shore's first hosting of the annual Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild middle school theater festival in our beautiful new Center for Creativity, Shore's Advanced Theater Arts Grade Nine students won the gold medal for their production of the one act play, "Things Fall (Meanwhile)" by Barton Bishop. 
  • Ten percent of Fall 2014 Cum Laude Society inductees at Phillips Andover Academy graduated from Shore.
  • Four of the most recent Head Monitors (equivalent of student elected school president) at the prestigious Milton Academy are Shore graduates.

Develop a coherent articulation of a Pre-K through Grade 9 Shore education


Shore’s reputation for academic excellence is the direct result of supporting and encouraging its gifted faculty. Shore teachers have long recognized that secondary schools, colleges, and careers demand integrated thinking, creativity, and the ability to synthesize new knowledge. Advances possible in our new Innovation Lab typify our concept-based, interdisciplinary approach where students apply creativity, mathematics and science to create works of art and mechanical inventions as part of their learning.

During the 2014-2015 academic year, our communication team, comprised of faculty, administration, and board members will develop the common language to capture Shore’s innovative curriculum and instruction practices from Pre-K through ninth grade. In simplest terms, the team will develop a succinct statement of what we stand for and how we create value for our families by preparing their children for success in the modern world.