Mission: Together, cultivation the best in each, for the benefit of all.
Programs: Upper school - the phs curriculum is comprehensive, encompassing a full complement of courses in english, social studies, science, mathematics, languages, computer science, the fine arts and physical education. This curriculum has been carefully planned to foster full and sequential skill development. Our academic program provides excellent preparation for college and the flexibility to meet the individual needs of our students. Students served = 431
middle school - the middle school at phs is committed to educational excellence. We recognize that each individual student is unique and has special needs. We have designed our academic and nonacademic programs to provide students with a wide variety of educational experiences that will assist them in reaching their full academic, physical and emotional potential. The middle school curriculum provides a sound knowledge base in core academic disciplines and provides experiences that will develop critical thinking skills, a global perspective, the ability to learn independently and the skills needed to work effectively with others. The middle school faculty and administration are committed to a teaching methodology that is interdisciplinary and provides students with active learning experiences. Students served = 259
lower school - the phs lower school's learning design is built around self-contained classrooms. Each grade level has three separate homerooms and a team of teachers and assistant teachers who teach language arts, social studies and math. The major part of the student's day is spent with homeroom teachers. Much of the work in these three core subjects is interrelated depending on the topic of study. Students served = 368
early childhood - the mission of the pembroke hill early childhood school is to provide developmentally appropriate opportunities for children to grow cognitively, ocially, emotionally, and physically, to their maximum potential, in an intentionally planned environment that fosters a sense of community and a life-long love of learning. Students served = 130expenses - $1,263,212revenue - $1,908,623grants and financial aid are awarded to faculty to promote their skills and remain current in educational advancements. Financial aid is also given to individuals based on need. Expenses - $3,189,979