Mission: Belmont hill is a community dedicated to developing boys in mind, body, and spirit. In a school that challenges and supports students in and beyond the classroom, we strive for excellence, honoring clear thinking and creativity, competition and teamwork, tradition and vision. Valuing difference, we seek students, faculty, and staff from a broad range of backgrounds who will embrace honest effort, curiosity, courage, and compassion. Working together, we seek to foster in each boy good character, commitment to service, global responsibility, and a passion for lifelong learning.
Programs: Educational institutions and related activities: belmont hill school's mission is to educate boys in mind, body, and spirit. Our environment of both challenge and support emphasizes strong moral values, honest effort, and responsibility for oneself and community. Valuing difference, belmont hill welcomes students from a broad range of backgrounds and experiences. Through shared commitment to the classroom, playing field, studio, and stage, students and teachers forge special bonds. Respecting tradition yet alive to innovation, our structured and rigorous program provides students with clear expectations and consistent encouragement, a framework for growth that honors creativity, teamwork, and competition. Belmont hill helps students to develop clear thinking and lifelong love of learning; to become sensitive and responsive to the complexities of modern society; to gain the skills, values, and courage to face the future with confidence; to embrace, both now and in later life, a spirit of working together to better the world. Belmont hill school gives its students a strong, traditionally defined education, in a balanced, well rounded environment. The value of its core curriculum seems to have increased with time. The school's insistence on this traditional framework of excellence, in many ways simple and straightforward, gives the curriculum distinction, and continues to be its first principle in planning for the future.
educational institutions and related activities: educated 550 boys and girls, ages 8 to 18, in a 6 week comprehensive and rigorous summer school. Students take courses for remediation, for enrichment, and for academic credit here and at other schools. Instructional program for another 601 boys and girls, ages 6 to 14, in athletic skills camps and art workshops, one to three weeks in length with emphasis on instruction and skill development.