Students at Pinewood are encouraged to inquire, engage, and be aspirational. These six seniors represent an entire class of graduates who exemplify that truth.
An Academic Culture of Growth
We empower students to embrace and navigate the challenges faced in the technologically advanced, globally connected society of the 21st century.
Our core curriculum helps students develop academic stamina through the rigors of a classical education. Expert teachers employ proven methods while connecting with their students as individual learners. Pinewood’s comprehensive college preparatory program ensures that students are ready for the next steps in their academic life.
21st Century Learning at Pinewood School
At Pinewood, we empower students to embrace and navigate the challenges faced in the technologically advanced, globally connected society of the 21st Century. Our curriculum includes a full breadth of college preparatory courses, and our extra-curricular offerings are extensive. While mastering class content and pursuing potential interests, students become more creative, passionate, well-rounded, self-motivated, ethical, and insightful. As they encounter challenges and take risks, students build tenacity and resilience, becoming confident leaders and contributors inside and outside of the classroom. Our goal is for them to communicate with clarity and sensitivity, ultimately demonstrating cross-cultural awareness, understanding, and compassion. As Pinewood students are cultivating the ability to think deeply, read closely, speak confidently, and collaborate effectively across disciplines, they are also learning to use technology responsibly and innovatively. Master teachers foster all of these traits and abilities through state-of-the-art teaching techniques and technologies, high expectations, and consistent feedback. Above all, Pinewood teachers treat students with care and respect, nurturing their social, emotional, and physical well-being along with their academic growth.
"Pinewood offers an academically challenging curriculum as well as the extra curricular activities students need built into their school day. My children have P.E., art, and music all in their school day throughout the week."
– Pinewood Parent