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Indian Mountain School 




Indian Mountain School
is a co-educational day and boarding school serving a diverse population of 260 students in pre-kindergarten through grade 9, with boarders in grades 6 through 9.

Mission Statement: Indian Mountain School provides a traditional education for boys and girls from pre-K through 9 in a boarding and day environment. We promote moral growth and personal academic excellence in a setting that fosters a respect for learning, the environment and each other. We celebrate our international and culturally diverse community. We guide and challenge students through balanced elementary and middle school scholastic, athletic, and arts curricula, combining instruction and coaching with a system of personal support. We involve students in our adventure education and community service programs, which tie into the spirit of IMS. We help our students gain confidence in their own innate abilities and develop the necessary academic and personal skills to be successful in secondary education. A well-defined set of values— honesty, compassion, respect, and service—is at the heart of Indian Mountain School.

Indian Mountain offers a strong curriculum encouraging children, in a supportive environment, to strive for academic excellence and to develop the traits of good character. The academic program is enhanced by various offerings in music, art, theater, adventure education, athletics, and foreign language. Community service is an integral part of an Indian Mountain education, as the school strives to live its motto: Life through service.


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Grades offered: Pre-K - 9th grade; Boarding 6th - 9th
Teacher Student Ratio: 4:1
Facts: Rigorous academic curriculum, 600 acre camp us, adventure education, film, fine arts and music, strong athletic program
Address: 211 Indian Mountain Rd., Lakeville, CT 06039
Email:
admissions@indianmountain.org
Website:
www.indianmountain.org
Phone: (860) 435-0871

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