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The Lower School encourages children to develop to their fullest potential while fostering respect for individual differences and a joy of learning within a child centered community.

The mission of the Middle School is to foster, through implicit and explicit teaching, a respect for others and self, pride in work, and the joy of being.

The mission of the Upper School is academic excellence within an atmosphere that actively supports the emotional, moral, spiritual, physical, and social development of our students.

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  • Explorations Before the Trip

    by 4th Grade Teacher Rob Taylor
    The overnight trip to Jamestown and Williamsburg, in May, has become a highlight for fourth grade students in their last year of the Lower School. We begin preparing for the trip months earlier. In December, we learn about the Powhatan tribe, who lived along the James River long before the settlers arrived in 1607. We also read about descendants of the tribe who live in Virginia today, including a young boy who shares many of the same interests as our Flint Hill students.

Headmaster’s Notes

  • Confidence and Competence

    Throughout the years I constantly work to share examples or samples of our ultimate end product here at Flint Hill. It is easy for me to talk about our strong academic experiences, our amazing accomplishments in the arts, and our highly competitive athletic program. Above all, I love talking about the personal qualities of the young men and women who go through our school each day and who ultimately graduate and head off to incredible colleges and universities around the world.