Worcester’s premier college-preparatory co-ed day school serving students from Central MA and MetroWest, Pre-K–Grade 12
Lower School

Lower School
Pre-Kindergarten – Grade 5

At Bancroft School, we are not only knowledgeable about education, we are smart about kids. We know that every child is unique, so we base our teaching on flexibility and creativity. In the Lower School, small group and one-to-one learning grants teachers the opportunity to connect with students personally and adapt lessons to their individual learning styles, levels of mastery, and even their interests.

Our world-class faculty stays on the cutting edge of childhood education by constantly learning and employing new teaching strategies scientifically proven to be the most effective. They develop the Lower School curriculum as a team, integrating learning opportunities that are interdisciplinary in nature.

In addition to the critical thinking and creative learning skills needed to become leaders in the classroom, our lessons focus on fostering social values such as respect and responsibility. By establishing an inclusive peer community of toy-sharers and class buddies, the Lower School teaches children to become confident and socially intelligent students, classmates, and friends.

Our nurturing environment ensures that all Lower School children follow their own path to reach their greatest potential—and blossom into engaged, enthusiastic scholars with a diverse range of talents.

Beth Beckmann
Head of Lower School
508.854.9221

Catherine Hanssen
Lower School Assistant
508.854.9209

Tuition Structure for Primary Grades

Full-Day PreK & Kindergarten
$13,190

Safe, nurturing environment
Experienced teachers
Comprehensive curriculum
After-school care until 6pm

Independent Education
at Bancroft School

Nestled on a 33-acre campus overlooking Indian Lake in Worcester, Massachusetts, Bancroft School has educated young people,Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12, in the tradition of a coeducational liberal arts and sciences program for over 100 years. Today the School enrolls some 500 students serving over 50 communities in Central Massachusetts and MetroWest Boston. Students benefit from strong academics and a diverse community of peers who go on to graduate from the nation’s most competitive colleges and universities. With over 4,000 alumni around the world, Bancroft continues to fulfill its mission of preparing young people to be lifelong learners, teachers of others, and citizens of the globe. 



 

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