Students can only truly be seen, understood, and flourish as individuals when we set aside categories such as dyslexic and disabled to seek in earnest the individual genius of each person.
At Eagle Hill School, we are pioneers, ready to explore with a sense of wonder and possibility each day in the classroom.
Our flexible nine-term academic year is individualized for each student, and a course of study is developed by each student and his or her family, academic advisor, and the teachers with whom he or she is working.
Dormitories are not merely places to sleep but also places to learn.
Eagle Hill School strives to provide an appropriate balance between fostering independence and providing structure, support, and guidance for each individual student. All of our dorm counselors receive training to become certified life coaches.
Each student comes to Eagle Hill School with a unique set of interests and talents, and EHS takes every opportunity to explore and nurture those gifts.
Eagle Hill students are afforded virtually unlimited opportunities to get involved in the life of a vibrant campus.
With a newfound sense of self-esteem and balance, Eagle Hill School alumni/ae actively seek and confidently rise to future challenges.
They are Pioneers!
Students stay on weekends
Trips/activities offered each weekend
Annual student theater productions
Courses offered—29 new this year
Faculty with advanced degrees
Years of average faculty tenure
Graduates attend 4-year colleges
Accepted to first choice colleges
Overall college acceptance rate
Graduates connected to the Pioneer Network for life
States and countries represented
A conversation with Dr. Becky Miller, dean of support services at Eagle Hill School.
Newly appointed Makerspace Coordinator brings his extensive background in graphic arts, photography, and functional art to Eagle Hill School.
Eagle Hill celebrates Valentine’s Day with African American literature.