BEAVER COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL
791 Hammond Street
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts 02467
Map of Beaver Country Day School
Phone:  617-738-2700
Fax:  Not provided
Web Site:  http://www.bcdschool.org

Grades: 

6th - 12th
Enrollment:  Not provided
Setting:  Not provided
District:  Beaver Country Day School

Welcome to Beaver Country Day School!
We are an innovative school at the forefront of education. At Beaver, we provide an immersive and dynamic environment that keeps the educational experience rich, relevant, and fun. This is what keeps both students and teachers challenged and passionate.

Our teachers are mentors, experts, collaborators, and motivators, dedicated to each and every student reaching their potential. We challenge our students to be knowledgeable, savvy, creative and confident leaders.

• Co-educational, Grades 6-12

• Independent and college preparatory; founded in 1920

• 126 students in the middle school (24 in 6th, 51 in 7th, and 51 in 8th grade)

• 331 students in the upper school (avg. 82 in grades 9-12)

• 24% students of color, 25% faculty/staff of color

• 50% of students come from public and charter schools, 50% from independent and parochial schools

• 24% of students receive financial aid

• Located 3 miles west of Boston in Chestnut Hill (on Brookline/Newton line)

• 17-acre wooded campus in suburban neighborhood

• Easy access to public transportation via the MBTA Green Line (Chestnut Hill stop)

• Students come from over 70 communities in and around Boston and speak 20 different languages at home

BCDS is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC) and its affiliations include:

The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS);
The Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE);
The Independent Curriculum Group (ICG)
The Coalition of Essential Schools (CES);
The Association of College Counselors in Independent Schools (ACCIS);
The National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC);
The Cum Laude Society;
The College Board
The Boston Center for Community and Justice (BCCJ)