Foster authentic scholarship

We challenge students through our dynamic, vertically aligned curriculum. Click here to learn more

Develop independent voice

We promote integrity by helping students find their voice. Click here to learn more

Promote civic engagement.

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Cultivate a culture of inclusion.

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A wee cèilidh!

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Our Dean of Elementary, originally from Glasgow, has been on pins and needles in the weeks leading up to today’s vote for Scottish independence.  To show our support and love for Maria, we planned a surprise party for her, or

Eighth Grade prepares for Outdoor Science Week!

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The core of our innovative science program is what makes it unique: working outside in a hands-on environment.  We explore the natural world to better understand the ecosystems studied in class.  In the fall, each grade from 5-8 spends one

Another wonderful 7/8 trip!

This year, the seventh and eighth grade traveled to Washington, D.C. for our annual school trip.  Although the eighth grade had been there the previous year, they quickly discovered that a trip to D.C. is never the same! We visited

Spring Musical Alive!

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Upcoming Annual Auction!

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Come Experience Kindergarten!

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Looking for the right kindergarten for your child? Come to one of our upcoming open classroom dates to see how TSS can serve your child! Thursday, March 27 Thursday, April 24 Tuesday, May 13 10:00-11:15AM Space is limited so please

Congrats to the TSS MathCounts teams!

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Ben, Mason, Brian, Colby, Luke, and Lucy earned an impressive number of trophies at the Northeast Regional Competition. Brian finished as the top individual score (trophy) while also winning the Countdown Round (trophy). Mason had the 3rd best individual score

Students Skype with Riyadh

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Based on the Jean Francois Rischard book High Noon:  20 Global Problems, 20 Years to Solve Them, the National Association for Independent Schools has created Challenge 20/20 in which schools around the globe join together to examine a world issue

Students Perform “John Henry” for African American Read-In

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Third and fourth graders performed “John Henry” for the 2014 African-American Read-In.

Open House – February and March

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We have two upcoming open houses: Tuesday, February 18, 2014, 6:00PM Thursday, March 27, 2014, 6:00PM Come and speak with the Thaddeus Stevens School community to see if we’re the right fit for your child!