Bancroft School is a workshop constantly in motion—an open and inclusive campus that inspires learners to engage with one another, their communities, and the world in meaningful and impactful ways. We are a laboratory that motivates curious minds to form the insights, skills, and character they’ll need to thrive far beyond their journey here.
The Middle School years are about acquiring new academic responsibilities, building confidence, and cultivating leadership skills that foster self-respect—and respect for others.
Our liberal arts curriculum—combined with countless opportunities for scholarly, athletic, artistic, social, workplace, and global engagement—gives students the broad education they need to succeed in the world’s top colleges and beyond.
See entries from the Flag Project, a collaborative art installation that brings together Lower School students and their parents to design flags illustrating acts of kindness.
No textbooks, all hands-on: Science teacher Mason Hendershott is inspiring students to think beyond textbooks as they explore the world of aeronautics.
Bancroft students and faculty traveled with alumnus Quanuquanei “Q” Karmue ‘01 to his home nation of Liberia to learn about the country’s people and culture.
Summer is better at Bancroft. Shoot some hoops. Sharpen your math skills. Take up the violin.
What’re you doing this summer? Bancroft offers a wide range of enrichment programs throughout the summer to help students of all ages discover new interests, sharpen skills, and meet new friends.
Experience what it means to own your learning. Schedule a visit to our campus today.