COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
While visits to campus remain limited to those coming from New York or from a neighboring state, our admissions staff is ready to answer questions and welcome you on a virtual tour, no matter where you are joining us from. Learn More
Founded in 1938, North Country School offers a progressive, hands-on education for children in grades 4-9. Our students come from diverse backgrounds, cultures, and countries. Our unique programming includes a farm and garden program, extensive offerings in studio and performing arts, daily work jobs, and family-style residences. Outdoor activities range from horseback riding, rock climbing and skiing on our 220-acre campus to hiking and camping in the Adirondack Park that surrounds us. Please contact our office to learn more or to schedule a campus visit to experience North Country School for yourself. Come see classes in action, meet our horses, chat with our current students and eat a home-cooked meal in our dining room. We look forward to meeting you.
Progressive Education at North Country School
Our progressive education integrates diverse areas of study, develops creativity and offers experiential, real-world learning opportunities that encourage students to become critical thinkers and effective problem-solvers. All of our programs, academic and extracurricular, come together to foster an awareness of our interconnectedness and the importance of sustainable living practices.
- African American6.6%
- Native American0%
- Pacific Islander0%