Coronavirus Response - Campus Closure

In compliance with our State authorities and in best practice for the health and safety of our TMS community, our school educational programs will remain in place but the campus will continue to be closed indefinitely pending additional communication from the State of CT and health professionals.

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What we doCelebrating 50 Years of Excellence in Christian Education

What makes us who we are? It's hard to put into words what you experience when you are a part of The Master's School family. Some of our students, faculty & staff, parents, alumni, and friends have put some thought into what they feel makes up the heart of The Master's School.
 
What would you tell another student, who goes to another school, to encourage them to consider The Master’s School? 
“This school has changed my life. Some people think that a school is just a school, but to me, it’s a home.” – Middle School Student
 
Write a statement that describes what The Master’s School is all about.
“The Pre-K through Grade 12 model is a special and unique offering. Students and families grow up here.” – Current Staff Member
 
What is one word that best describes the school? Tell why you chose that word.
“Enriching – The word makes me think of rich soil, the type that allows for plants to grow and plentiful harvests. This is a safe, supportive, God centered school that will enrich all of our students lives and give them a sure foundation for whatever God has called them to.” – Current Faculty Member

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What we do The Master's School at a Glance

  • 76 Acres
  • bookstack 11 Average Class Size
  • diploma 100% College Acceptance Rate
  • 80+ Local Businesses Mentoring Students
  • apple 4 College Credit Classes
  • 58 Local Churches Represented

The Master's School opens its doors to all qualified students regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or religious affiliation. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national affiliation in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and other school-administered programs.