Returning each year to our School’s values in developmentally appropriate ways, our students are developing both the muscle memory and the knowledge of how to live lives filled with empathy, giving to those in need, and a commitment to the well-being of all.
Our community is full of people just like you—parents who hold unwavering belief in their child's opportunity to repair the world.
We cultivate a community that is diverse, dynamic, and multifaceted. It includes students and faculty, our McGillis families and partners, and all who we impact. Our Kehilah is tended, cultivated, and constructed. We will remain rooted in Jewish values and traditions, and yet, we are continually open to change that builds on our solid academic and ethical foundation. We believe that a diverse and inclusive community is essential to a rich educational experience that prepares our students to interact in an increasingly interconnected world.
In recognizing that each individual family bears the primary responsibility for financing a student’s education cost, The McGillis School maintains a commitment to building a diverse and inclusive community.
Gather with your family of witches, mummies, goblins and ghosts, to show off your best carving skills. Organize a Spooky-Zoom with friends for a virtual carving party and costume parade.
We appreciate Dave Mochel taking the time to present to the Parent Association on Wednesday morning. His presentation on the Hearty Child- A peaceful and powerful approach to parenting in a time of uncertainty and challenge was well received by those in attendance.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reducing the spread of respiratory illnesses, like flu, this fall and winter is more important than ever.