Synapse School makes a lifelong impact in our students' lives. We empower students to think critically, creatively and with compassion. We understand investing in an independent, private school is an investment for an exceptional program.
Top reasons why a Synapse education is worth it
Synapse's caring community is inclusive and celebrates all differences. We love to connect and have fun with opportunities for all to participate in school activities, social gatherings and parent education. Relationships are everything here.
Synapse truly provides a unique education to our children. Our family is deeply grateful to be part of such a caring, dedicated, and innovative community.-Synapse Parent
Change Makers who will change the world beyond Synapse: Synapse's mission is Educating a Community of Change Makers. Synapse empowers every student and community member to make positive change in the world. We provide guidelines in becoming Change Makers through the nine Change Maker themes, also reflected in our Synapse Learning Outcomes.
Our SEL Program gives students the social and emotional skills they need to thrive. SEL is the foundational pillar of Synapse. We teach SEL directly to all students and it is fully integrated in the curriculum and classrooms. Students develop self-awareness, empathy and resilience and become more intentional in their decision-making, purposeful in their interactions with others and the world and empowered to be their authentic selves.
Students have teachers that care! Every teacher and staff member is trained in SEL. Every Lower School student has two full-time classroom teachers and many specialists. In Middle School, each student has teachers for each subject. All our teachers & specialists are passionate in their field of expertise and make learning fun!
Synapse School admits students of any race, gender, religion, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin. All students are entitled to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, religion, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, athletic and other school-administered programs.