Our families always say that the moment they stepped on campus, they knew. They knew that Tilton School was the place they wanted to call home.
All schools have classrooms, dining halls, athletic facilities, and common spaces–the difference between schools is the people. Our goal, as always, is to connect people. It is the personal relationships that make the school experience matter and it’s the intangible feeling you get while walking around campus, talking to our students, and taking in a class.
We invite you to connect with the people who know Tilton School best–our students, faculty, and parents.
Minutes from Boston
Countries represented by the student body
Boarding/Day student percentage
Student body in leadership positions
Creative arts offerings
Competitive athletic team offerings
Community service hours per year
view a past Virtual Event
The Mastery Approach
Director of Innovation and Teaching Shannon Parker and Academic Dean Mike Landroche answer questions about our unique way of teaching and learning.
Forge Your Path
A session for incoming 9th grade families highlighting the Forge Program with Forge Grade Level Leader Eliza Smith.
Ten With Tilton
Join us on Instagram for a series of three 10-minute live events.
connect one-on-one with a parent or student ambassador
We are happy to facilitate a one-on-one connection between prospective families and a parent or student ambassador. Please contact the Admission Office if you are interested in a one-on-one virtual connection with our community.
Watch our videos for a glimpse into academics, athletics, residential life and our community.
During her time as Head of the Art Department, Remy Steevensz organized the first ArtsFest which started in the spring of 2017 as a celebration of visual and performing arts where both faculty and students can demonstrate their talents, participate in workshops, and try new activities they may not have been exposed to otherwise. She would not get to see the first ArtsFest come to fruition. Remy passed away suddenly in April of 2017 after over 10 years of loving Tilton School.
As the Tilton School community continues to work through our virtual learning experience, some days I find myself in a routine that seems almost exactly as if nothing has changed. Other days, I’m struck by the fact that my world has completely turned upside down.
- Health and Wellness
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged and shaped our world in ways that we never expected, leaving many of us feeling that we have little control over our lives.In these times of uncertainty, let’s turn to self-compassion.
Angela Keef, M. Ed.
Welcome to Independent Thinking, where we tackle big questions about how to best help adolescents navigate their high school years, unlock their potential, and prepare for an ever-changing (and ever-challenging) world.