Through curricular and extracurricular programs, Pinewood students will be:

Well-rounded individuals who:
  • explore their strengths through participation in activities that interest them
  • attempt new academic and extracurricular challenges
  • honor their own individuality and respect the uniqueness of others
  • are qualified to continue their education at a college level and beyond
Insightful and critical thinkers who:
  • acquire, analyze, and apply information
  • evaluate, clarify, and solve problems
  • determine and develop personal learning styles to fulfill academic potential
  • effectively and creatively utilize available resources
Self-motivated individuals who:
  • confidently assume responsibility
  • develop a positive vision and actively set goals
  • actively identify resources and seek out mentors to ensure life long learning
  • practice continual self-assessment and reevaluation
Clear communicators who:
  • engage and effectively communicate with a variety of audiences
  • organize and present ideas in a logical and well-prepared manner
  • demonstrate appropriate written and verbal skills
  • observe, understand, and utilize proper social skills
  • listen actively, respectfully, and critically
  • clarify and confirm understanding when necessary
Respectful individuals of character who:
  • accept differences and respect the opinion of others
  • demonstrate integrity and accept social responsibility
  • listen to and consider constructive suggestions
  • promote kindness, compassion, and strength of character
  • resolve conflicts in a productive and mature manner

What's Happening at Pinewood School

We Are Generous!

1st graders share how they are learning to practice generosity

Panthers Pursue Athletic Futures

Three Pinewood seniors – Hannah Jump, Klara Astrom, and Gabby Bromberg – have officially committed to play at the collegiate level.