A learning environment that reflects your interests, your talents, and your individual style. Imagine a supportive community of students and teachers where you'll tackle exciting challenges and discover passions that will change your life.
The Marvelwood School provides an affirmative environment in which students develop strong core values, empathy, a respect for diversity, and an appreciation for the value of service to others.
A Marvelwood education empowers graduates to become creative, resilient, mindful, and confident young adults ready to meet the challenges of higher learning, the workplace, and a rapidly-changing world.
Honesty has been and remains the School’s most important rule and guiding principle. Being honest involves keeping promises, having the courage to do the right thing and to admit wrongdoing, being candid and forthright in all relationships and situations, and practicing truthfulness in all communication, actions and decision-making. Honesty inspires trust and builds strength of character which all members of the Marvelwood community should strive to achieve.
Self-respect and respect for others are the cornerstones of our diverse community. Self-esteem, courtesy and wise decision-making form the foundation for a School based on the values of empathy and tolerance. The value of community goes beyond the notion of assimilation to embrace mutual respect, diversity and integration, which mean learning from each other’s experiences and beliefs to build a common and evolving School character.
Being responsible means being in charge of our choices and, thus, our lives. It means being accountable for what we do, what we say and who we are. It also means recognizing that our actions matter and that we are morally bound to the consequences.
The School’s longstanding commitment to serving others reflects our desire to foster and nurture a genuine service ethic in all members of our community. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to look beyond themselves by reaching out to others, showing kindness and generosity, anticipating the needs of others, and putting service before self.
We look forward to welcoming our community to campus in September!
As we prepare to reopen campus for the 2020-2021 academic year, the health and safety of our School community remains our top priority.
Please visit the COVID-19 Update section of our website for detailed and up-to-date information, including a downloadable copy of our reopening plan, Frequently Asked Questions, and a 'submit a question' form.