Expanding Minds, Building Character
At The Elisabeth Morrow School, children’s natural curiosity grows into a lifelong love of learning through our exemplary curriculum, featuring innovative programming in science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics (STEAM), a nationally renowned instrumental music program, social-emotional learning, and community-wide core values.
Young minds are the most formative
Active problem solvers, creative thinkers, and innovative learners
Partners in guiding their own education
Learning & enrichment options from June–August
Inquire about our openings for the 2023–2024 school year in select grades.
Much of our early learning program is at capacity, but we are accepting applications in select lower and middle school grades.
14 Acres of Learning & Growth Opportunities
Our child-centered and innovative academic programs take place across a 14-acre campus, a certified wildlife habitat that provides our students with indoor and outdoor learning spaces, including state-of-the-art technology labs, gymnasiums, maker spaces, science labs, and libraries, as well as an athletic field, nature trails, a brook, a pond, outdoor classroom patios, educational gardens, and playgrounds.
PROGRAM Spotlight: The HOCHMAN METHOD
This research-based approach focuses on the idea that effective writing can be taught by breaking down the process into manageable components, such as sentence structure, outlining, and paragraph development. Our third- and fourth-graders advance from writing sentences to paragraphs, with teachers embedding writing activities throughout subjects. When students reach Morrow House, they begin writing multi-paragraph compositions. Our students enter secondary school armed with writing strategies, helping them become better readers, communicators, and critical thinkers.
FACULTY SPOTLIGHT: SAMANTHA MORRA
Meet our Morrow House Technology Integrator Samantha Morra. She is a globally recognized educator, Apple-certified coach, and Google-certified innovator, working with our students on digital storytelling, multimedia creation, STEAM, maker spaces, and 3D printing. Recently, she represented EMS at Apple headquarters in New York City while presenting our students’ innovative projects to other Apple Distinguished Schools. She believes that technology has the power to transform education and build a deeper understanding for students and teachers.
ALUM Spotlight: Misha Theberge ’23
Young entrepreneur Misha Theberge ’23, a high school freshman, designed and produced our Adventure Week T-shirts for this year’s Morrow House tradition. He credits his teachers at EMS for instilling in him the confidence to grow his Stay Mega lifestyle brand.
event spotlight: INTERNATIONAL FOOD FESTIVAL
Organized by our Parents Association, this biennial event brings our community together to share, celebrate, and appreciate the cultural diversity of EMS with amazing ethnic and regional foods from across the world brought together by our parents.