I thought ‘wow’ as stepped on to the Eagle Hill School campus.
Everything — the kids, faculty, and academic program — is very impressive. Everyone was very friendly, happy, and very willing to speak about their school. Instantly, you feel like you belong when you step onto campus and you want to get involved in everything. I visited on a Saturday and, everywhere I looked, kids, faculty, visitors were all actively involved and happy to be here at Eagle Hill.
I had a wonderful tour with Dana Harbert, admission director who could not be more proud of what Eagle Hill has accomplished over the years.
Eagle Hill has grown while holding dear and maintaining its personal touch with each student.
Eagle Hill is a school where students with diagnosed learning (dis)abilities and/or ADD grow into themselves and their academics. The structured daily schedule incorporates academics, the arts, sports and a supervised study hall. Not only do they nurture your child on-campus, Eagle also works very closely with their families. I saw success all over this campus with students as well as faculty.
The Eagle Hill campus features a new field house, fitness center, pool, basketball courts, squash, theater and studio arts facilities, and dorms – all sitting on top of a hill in western Massachusetts. It was absolutely breath taking.