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Welcome to The Master's School

We are excited to share with you what sets The Master's School apart. Please contact our Admissions Department to schedule a personal tour of our school campus. In addition, you can view the below campus drive-through, photo tour, and testimonials to learn more about what makes The Master's School the special place that it is.

”After visiting and seeing the school first hand our interest was transformed to hope. I absolutely love the feel of the school, the different subjects offered already in kindergarten, the scriptures on the walls and the immediate joy my daughter experienced walking the halls. I imagine this is truly the school where any Christian parent would want to send their children.”  - Paige Rieder, prospective parent

Rolling Admissions

The Master’s School offers rolling admissions, which means no deadlines for new student applications! Whenever you are ready to join us - even in the middle of the school year – we are ready for you.

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    Dana Peters 

    Director of Admissions
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    Jennifer Correia 

    Admissions Manager & International Student Coordinator
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“One of the things I love about The Master’s School is the small classes. I get to know my friends and teachers really well. I also get a lot of opportunities to participate in a wide variety of clubs, activities and sports in a way I might not be able to at a larger school. The small school allows me to try new things which helps to build my confidence.” 
– Christina, student
“The Master’s School is helping me to prepare for college by challenging me academically, teaching me to strive for success and providing a strong foundation for my life after I graduate.”
– Sam, current student
"My time at The Master’s School has been amazing. I came to the school as a shy person. I wanted to get involved but I was scared to put myself out there. The teachers and my classmates encouraged and supported me. My experience at the school has changed me as a person and given me confidence to step up as a leader as I move on to college."
- Keona, recent graduate

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  • The Heart of Us

    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
    What would you tell another student, who goes to another school, to encourage them to consider The Master's School?
    "I would tell them that teachers here not only care about your knowledge of the subject, but they also care about you as a person." – Upper School Student                                                                                                             
    How has your/your family’s life been impacted by The Master’s School?
    “Instead of putting a label on my son, he has been given every chance to grow and excel where in the past he was always held back. The staff draws out his potential, instead of focusing on his weakness. This is something I was unable to find elsewhere.” – Current Parent
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What Makes The Master's School Unique?

Take a photo tour through our beautiful campus!

The Master’s School is an independent, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian day school enrolling children in preschool through post-graduate in West Simsbury, CT.

The Master's School is fully accredited by New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC).

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.