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PK-12
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Amesbury, MA
Students enrolled: 150
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Upper School 196 Main St, Lower School 259 Elm St.
Amesbury, MA 01913

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(978) 388-5354
(978) 499-4303
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December 16, 2014
Sparhawk is truly a gem- my son is in his third year here and we couldn't be happier. The teachers are brilliant, and obviously love what they do. My son goes to school with several of the faculty children- I remember touring the school and thinking that it was a wonderful testament to Sparhawk that so many of the faculty chose the school for their own children. My son loves going to school, abs is excited about his studies especially math and science. The arts program is phenomenal- it's integrated into the curriculum and there are enrichments and afterschool options as well. Foreign language is also part of his studies- My son has been taking Mandarin Chinese here since kindergarten, how great is that?! We love Sparhawk and are so thankful that we made this choice for our child.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2014
Academics were a disappointment. It was very difficult to discern true performance: We rarely saw any in-class work, and there s no homework. Sparhawk places great emphasis on art and does that well. Outside of art, the curriculum is limited. For example, a yearlong science project focused on local bird habitats and basic facts while ignoring the essence of scientific discovery. It was more important to be able to draw a bird than to characterize a bird. Foreign language is taught but not well. You ll learn most of the kitchen utensils, but not even the simplest of sentences (e.g., My friend s name is John.) Communication, be it teacher to student or teacher/administrator to parent, is poor. We found the school s leadership capricious, reactive and lacking integrity. If your child is not predictable and composed, this NOT THE PLACE. The administration is intolerant of children who show any form of externalizing behavior (e.g., crying, emotional responses). Those who plan to transition to public school should expect to be behind peers, as Sparhawk doesn t hold students accountable for learning. Finally, if you leave mid-year for any reason, you still owe the full year's tuition.

- submitted by a parent
May 13, 2014
We have three children who have thrived at Sparhawk School over the past 11 yrs, one exceptionally gifted, one musical and kinesthetic with ADHD, and one a quiet, observational learner. Each has been nurtured at Sparhawk, as a learner and as a person, and each has learned to love learning, make good friends, and want to engage with big ideas. Their very diverse needs as students were met through Sparhawk's differentiated approach to curriculum, and the math whiz, the artist, and the science/ELA lover were all challenged and nurtured at the school. The artist is graduating from college next weekend, and I attribute this in no small part to the love and support of the teachers at Sparhawk, and their responsiveness to the way HE learned. The math whiz is at college, forging a path towards sustainable energy and building small, zero impact housing. Sparhawk taught my children to envision a future of limitless possibilities and a commitment to positive social change, and gave them the skills to pursue their goals. The science/ELA lover is in middle school, still loving learning and school. Who will she be? I don't know, but I trust that, at Sparhawk, she'll be the one to decide.

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2014
My son attended Sparhawk School for four years. He forged bonds with teachers, administrators, and fellow students and learned that school can be a positive and healthy place, rather than a drudgery. The Sparhawk Middle School and High school experience taught him to use his creative thinking, trust his writing and math skills and to build upon and improve those skills. He worked hard and learned so much while at Sparhawk. He appreciated the opportunities available to him in math, drama, music, and writing and learned so much from 8th Grade Speech and Novice Synthesis. The school does a very good job keeping class sizes small, but as a result the social scene is smaller. I wish this school could increase the number of students in attendance so that there is a broader peer base. We felt like we were in a caring community and currently stay in touch as often as we are able. As parents, we were in control of how involved we were- we helped PTO, gave presentations in the classroom, and helped out the drama program. It is a great place!

- submitted by a parent
April 24, 2014
My families experience with Sparhawk School has been exactly what I had hoped it would be. My son is in his second year with the school, and he is absolutely thriving. He is not only excelling academically with their dynamic curriculum, he is excited to go to school and absolutely loves it. In a day and age when so many schools are cutting back on their art and music programs, it's refreshing to find a school that emphasizes their importance. The teachers are thoughtful, kind and dedicated to creating the loving community that truly feels like home. Every day when I pick up my son, his reacher takes the time to engage with me and share at least one special moment from the day. In addition I often receive photos in my email showcasing his classes adventures. I can not say enough positive things about this school.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2013
You can see from the reviews that this school is somewhat polarizing. That's because Sparhawk is great for some kids and parents and not for others. If your child is having a hard time firing into the public system or a larger school Sparhawk can be a great place for them to learn and thrive - in particular the High School or Lower School. As with most schools, the Middle School is the most problematic for many reasons but again, including teaching and leadership quality and a lack of process around disciplinary procedures but some kids and parent thrive there. Parents can get as involved as they like - this is encouraged - but if your child hits a roadblock communication with parents, throughout is weak. We have had mixed experiences there so really I would encourage a visit to the school and decide for yourself.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2013
I taught at Sparhawk for many years and then I left to publish books and consult in the field of education. After visiting dozens of schools over the past few years, I can confidently say that Sparhawk is an amazing place for teaching and learning. The teachers are there to help students on a deep level, but that means that the students must be committed to the learning process. The complaints about the school that I have read translate to the idea that some students just want to glide through school without actually challenging themselves as academics. Sparhawk is designed to "Celebrate Ideas" and "Honor Children." This means that students are given every chance, every individualized chance to be successful. Whether they (or the families) take advantage of powerful learning or not, is up to the student. I have been to dozens and dozens of schools as a consultant in the past three years, and I have never come across a better school. People who want more should choose Sparhawk. Period.

- submitted by a community member
November 09, 2012
There are not words that can describe sparhawk school the teachers are all kind and have a genuine understanding and respect for kids! The schools academics are out standing and it is a shame all kids dont get this kind of learning experience. Having been to sparkawk school i know first hand that it was the best school experience of my life. possibly one of the most important over all experience of my life!

- submitted by a community member
September 18, 2012
A truly inspiring school where teachers love teaching and children are part of a community surrounded by respect and encouragement. My son is highly motivated in part because his teachers never fail to challenge him or encourage him to take risks. A nurturing enviornment for all learning styles and backgrounds. I am also thrilled with Sparhawk's assistance with college applications and the entire process.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2012
I recently changed schools and let me tell you that this school was AWFUL. I am back with normal people and I have been getting much better grades since I transfered! The people here were very suspicious...the teachers would converse with the SOME students and give them chances to make up papers or turn in a paper a day late and still get credit.That didnt happen to all students though, only a "special" few. The staff have weekly meetings and gossip, gossip, gossip about students, parents etc. If you walk the wrong way they will all talk about it. (not litterally) Basically what im trying to say is if you go to this school theres going to be alot of gossip. Not only that but the students are very, very, arrogant. People probably dont read these reviews, but I hope they do. There is nothing good about this school. And this is a student writing this.

- submitted by a community member
July 24, 2012
The parent posting in regards to students wearing slippers is likely referring to the blatant disregard for basic health needs such as having students in slippers when the heat has stopped working, children out in the cold and rain without appropriate attire. The comments referring to the school as tolerant are not credible. Children are often unsupervised as teachers flock together and chat. My own child was bullied there extensively. The lack of quality in the academic experience there for my child was shocking. We have since switched to a private school with a long history of excellence in academics and an appropriate and kind culture. I would send my child anywhere but here. I also spent a significant amount of time at the Sparhawk campus when my child was enrolled.

- submitted by a parent
July 19, 2012
My child recently completed 8 years of schooling at the Sparhawk School. I can t imagine a better place for a child to grow up, learn and become the quality of human beings that our world needs more of. He is a respectful, thoughtful, curious, intelligent and tolerant child, all of which were qualities nurtured at Sparhawk. Sparhawk breeds tolerant individuals who are independent thinkers as well as strong community members. Sparhawk also provides dynamic curriculum that both challenged my child and made learning interesting and engaging. The director of the school is infinitely versed in child development, as are the faculty. I felt the school was always an extension of our home, in that, the people that my child was in the hands every day deeply cared about his social, emotional and academic growth just as much as I did. The administration and faculty works tirelessly to provide a healthy and holistic experience for each child and are always on hand to field questions and concerns along the way. The 8 years my child spent at Sparhawk were 8 of the most positive and enriching years of my child s (and consequently our family s) life.

- submitted by a parent
July 16, 2012
Here is the difference between a Sparhawk student and the parent who previously posted: A Sparhawk student judges people by the content of his or her character, not by what he or she is wearing. Those slipper wearing students are loving, kind, creative thinking individuals who go on to college prepared to be successful citizens and engaged learners. Shame on that parent who can't see beyond a student's style to the person inside. Shame on an adult picking on a child. I am a Sparhawk teacher and my "pajama wearing" students are wonderful!

- submitted by a teacher
July 13, 2012
I hope people these reviews before sending their child here. The school lacks stability as stated below. Usually they are wearing pajamas occasionally slippers. To say that I am horrified is putting it mildly.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2012
My daughter is a high school student at Sparhawk, and what a difference this school and the teachers have made in her life. I feel like I have my daughter back, she is interested in learning again and is excelling as a result. I witnessed my daughter become a leader, speaker, writer, researcher, and uplifter -- all of these qualities I knew where inside her, but had disappeared in public school. It is the focused themed learning modules that I think made all the difference in my daughter's life as a high school student at Sparhawk.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2012
My child has never been happier! The teachers have a professionalism and caring that is boundless. The students are creative thinkers and who are so very kind. We recommend this school wholeheartedly.

- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2012
I continues to amaze me that a parent/student who is not doing well always blames the school or the teachers. The teachers at Sparhawk have office hours everyday from 3 to 3:30 and any student who is struggling is encouraged to come for extra help. It is NOT a state requirement for teachers to stay after school, but the teachers at Sparhawk do stay everyday. Sparhawk is a wonderful environment with students who are bright and love learning. The staff are caring and always willing to go the extra mile. Please do come in and tour the school and see all that Sparhawk can offer your child as well as your family.

- submitted by a teacher
December 12, 2011
This school is built up to be the "Best community to grow up in, where nobody judges each other and everyone gets along, and the teachers know how to talk proper English. I m not trying to be rude and pick on Sparhawk but one time in my history class the teacher gave us a worksheet with about ten spelling errors on it. I know people can make mistakes but this teacher makes way too many. The teachers give a hard time about staying after or giving extra help. It is a state requirement for all teachers to stay after and unfortunately Sparhawk didn t comply. It seemed like an effort for these teachers just to take 10-15 minutes out of their lunch or after school to help me. The students aren t the worst but they sure are "different" and everyone has their own group of friends that they hang out with. I was getting a C average in my history class but nobody communicated with me or my parents.The teachers need better communication. I suggest you tour the school and see the students and teachers before making any decisions whether you or your child should go here. I have only a few more months then I m going back sane people.

- submitted by a community member
August 11, 2011
It is obvious that the previous reviewer does NOT have a child at Sparhawk School. If he/she did, then that review would never have been written. It infuriates me to have such drivel misrepresent our school, especially when written by someone who has no firsthand knowledge! I am a parent of a Sparhawk high school student, as well as a public school teacher. I cannot express enough what a difference this school has made for my daughter. She began in the eighth grade and will enter her junior year in September. SInce coming to Sparhawk she has grown tremendously, both academically and personally. Sparhawk is a school that educates the whole child. Its students are confident, well-spoken and well-mannered critical-thinkers. They can analyze and debate a wide range of subjects. Each one is recognized and nurtured for their individual talents.Classes are run like college seminars. Students' opinions are respected and encouraged. There is not enough room permitted here to include all of the gifts this school offers. If you want a true review of the school, go see for yourself. Take a tour. Meet the students. They are the best representation of what Sparhawk School is all about.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2010
Since enrolling 2+ years ago, the transformation in my oldest (he began in 4th grade) has been phenomenal. Prior to Sparhawk, he was trying to survive a culture of bullies & academic dysfunction, where the smart & academically interested were neglected at best. At Sparhawk, in addition to the vastly improved academics, they really mean it about being a culture of kindness. There was no question about sending my second child, who is also thriving in this environment. Each of my children is now incredibly independent and responsible, their interest in learning is encouraged - learning is cool at Sparhawk - and their self-confidence is through the roof. Student-teacher ratios are better here than anywhere I know, and teachers teach to varied learning styles, it is IMPOSSIBLE for a child to "fall through the cracks." I could go on and on. Sufficed to say, we are extremely happy here.

- submitted by a parent
February 07, 2010
Great kids, great teachers, what more could one ask? Since she started at Sparhawk, my daughter has been happier than I have ever see her since she started school. She has blossomed academically and she is always eager to go to school to see her friends and get back to whatever wonderful project she is working on at the time. My girl is bright and she is never bored now. The groups are so small that staff really get to know the kids and they can give them individual attention. Teachers and administration listen whenever my husband or I have questions. I feel respected as does my child. What more could anyone ask for. I am thankful for Sparhawk.

- submitted by a parent
December 22, 2009
There have been some bumps in the road, but this school is fairly new on the scene (less than 15 years old for Elementary/Middle, less than 5 for the High School) and has had some growing pains. The rapid growth is a mark of Sparhawk's appeal and success. Never have I seen a group of happier kids, able to view school not as a dreary chore but as a place to have fun learning. It may seem like it's all fun and games at the lower level, but those kids are absorbing everything like a sponge. The teachers are outstanding and really work hard to make sure every child gets the attention and approach they need to succeed. The High School definitely needs a new facility, but the academics are spot-on. A diamond in the rough.

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2009
This is truly a great school. They encourage curiosity, creativity and a love of learning. I learned to not only do my homework but to WANT to do it, and be proud of my work. The teachers are inspiring, and caring, and one can tell they love their jobs. I feel that Sparhawk School played a large roll in my becoming a deans list student in college.

- submitted by a student
June 26, 2009
I express my gratitude for the fabulous learning expeirence my son had while attending Sparhawk High School. After spending two years in a traditional Catholic High school, we made the change to Sparhawk, and I have not once regretted by decision. I am a professional secondary school eduator and appreciate how different school enviornments impact learning. It goes without saying that some students thrive in an interactive setting where there is more opportunity for one on one exchange, in every phase of learning. In light of this reality, I could not have found a more suitable school for my son. After reading his final reflection for graduation, not only were his personal insights about the school powerful, his very accomplished literary skills and writing style affirmed for me that his adjustment to college will come with ease and confidence. Who could ask for anything more from the high school experience?

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2009
My child attended Sparhawk School after 7 years at another well known private K-8 school. After having visited the middle school, his desire was to enroll immediately and not return to the other school. When I asked him about the main difference between the two schools, he answered, 'At Sparhawk. the teachers respect the students as people. They, in turn, are respected by the students and as a result, get more work from me. At the other school, the teachers just expected the students to respect them and they never honored my questions- especially if I wanted to know the importance of what we were doing.' To me, as a parent, respect is most valuable. My child, having felt respected and honored was able to rekindle his love for learning and remember that no person is perfect.

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April 17, 2009
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- submitted by a student
March 30, 2009
I'm a student and I love going to Sparhawk. It's a great place to learn because it isn't just reading out of a text book. The only thing that Sparhawk is missing is more after school programs. Spots are non existent and other then the annual play and musical, there is nothing. It would be nice to have sports. I'm very athletic, but I don't get the chance to develop any skills in sports.

- submitted by a student
December 18, 2008
We have a son in his final year at the high school and have been very impressed. Its a very intellectual environment - not sports oriented - so its not for everyone. If your student is interested in philosophy, current events, debate and analysis, this is a good school for your child. Gifted kids do very well here - they can explore their passions without limit. There is much more homework than in the lower grades,so that takes some adjusting too. Alot of writing - at least 10 papers a month if you take the more advanced classes. I wouldn't recommend it if yoru son or daughter doesn't like to read and discuss ideas in depth. Its a unique environment for sure, but not for slackers or problem kids. Overall, its a very impressive school and we are thrilled we found it.

- submitted by a parent
October 31, 2008
The benefit of this school is if your child needs an unusually gentle and sheltered environment. Academic demands in the elementary school are not high (no homework for example). There is a lot of free time for play so it is a low stress environment for most children. I do think the faculty varies in quality level and is not any better than what you'd find in a good public school. The children are handpicked so that's the difference -- no rude kids for example. Nice families. It seems to be a place for kids who have been unhappy in their school districts. I did not find the headmaster or head of Parent-teacher organization to be friendly or outgoing as one should be in those roles. Head of Lower School very knowledgeable about child development.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 19, 2008
I just LOVE this school. My daughter attends the high school and we could not be happier. Not only have her grades been high--she is really driven to THINK for her assignments. She feels supported, cared for, and challenged by the thoughtful, creative, strong curriculum. It is wonderful to think that this incredible place has opened so many doors for my child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 26, 2008
This is place is an educational dream. Especially at the high school level. Very innovative, challenging curriculm. Good place for gifted or bright kids who don't want to just sit and take notes. Non-traditional - promotes debate, discussion, critical thinking, leadership. Lots of smart kids there who are bored in public schools. You have to want to be there and be motivated otherwise you won't last.

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July 07, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2008
My daughter joined Sparhawk at the end of 2nd grade from the public school where she was becoming withdrawn and anxious. Getting her to school each morning was a crying scene that would break our hearts. After having just completed her second full year at the farm school, she has blossomed! Her social skills have vastly improved and school is a place she doesn't want to leave! Her intellectual curiosity is stimulated and nurtured as are her individual skills and talents. The teachers and administration are amazing individuals who truly care about what they do. They get to know each child very well due to the small class size and work to make sure that everyone acheives their potential. What a fabulous environment to raise our most precious resources!!! We feel blessed to have found Sparhawk and to be a part of its community.

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June 09, 2008
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no rating June 03, 2008
Very intellectually oriented curriculum. Empahsis on critical thinking, oral and written expression. The college acceptance rate is 100 percent and this years kids got accepted at top schools. A real gem. Our daughter has excelled here. Challenging, but not overwhelming. Facinating stuff.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 16, 2008
What an amazing middle school experience. My child has excelled in all areas. What a difference in academic and social performance when your child looks forward to school every day. The teachers are amazing. I look forward to my child attending high school at Sparhawk.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 06, 2008
since new middle school admin. school has gone down hill. lack of professionalism. little respect for children. gossip between staff and parents, little confidentiality. not good environment at present. we are pulling child out.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 18, 2008
Sparhawk is what school should be! These kids are engaged in learning,something that I did not see in the public school system. Sadly, the cost is out of sight for most working families, not enough kids have the oppurtunity to enjoy the Sparhawk experience. The founder/headmaster is a special human being!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 28, 2007
Sparhawk is a phenomenal environment for students and their parents. Not only are the teachers highly qualified academics, but their care and respect for each student's potential is unparallelled. For a small school, it has an enormous heart. Our family is blessed to be a part of this community.

- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2007
Sparhawk is no doubt the greatest school i've ever been to. All the teachers treat you with such respect. And you get to choose your classes so you don't end up in a class that won't benefit you. They don't make us do the right thing, but trust us enough to do the right thing. and we do. I don't know where I'd be today without sparhawk. I really don't.

- submitted by a student
July 16, 2007
Sparhawk is a decent school. Challenging, interesting classes. Students are very respectful and for the most part kind to each other. Tuition may be too high for what they offer and with the building the school is in with its many problems. The head master is very caring and involved with the entire school function. Some teacher favoritism. Math and science were excellent, my child was never left behind in these subjects. Too bad public school teachers weren't like this. Very informal atmosphere making learning the center. Lots of foreign language choices. I wish we could stay.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2006
I have two children who are in their 4th year at Sparhawk. It's been a life-changing experience for the whole family. The faculty is stellar, and are highly educated, well-trained, and most of all passionate about their work. Many of the teachers are there in order to be able to do things differently. My children are encouraged to think creatively, to read and write, to try everything, and to love to learn. Well worth the money! I work just to pay the tuition, and I'll tell you, it's well worth every penny.

- submitted by a parent
October 10, 2006
....below parent mentions 'no sports or arts.' While my daughter does play team sports through the town, so I don't worry that there are no organized sports at Sparhawk, the no arts comment is just wrong. My child has been in five plays, part of a student-run rock ensemble, participated in several extra-curricular art events, as well as taken many art classes which range from clay to painting. Please check out the website if you don't believe me! www.sparhawkschool.com

- submitted by a parent
May 05, 2006
Ahh Sparhawk ... the greatest place on earth! I only wish I could be a child again. Our son has been a Sparhawk student for 2 years, he came to Sparhawk needing help with his social/emotional growth and my goodness how he has grown. I'm thankful everyday he can be in such an academically challanging and at the same time a very spiritually nuturing environment. He looks forward to going to school everyday we have never once had to encourage him out the door to school. The school atmosphere prides its self on all people coming together as a community; teachers, students, parents, administrators.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2006
Although this school has some potential, currently for what it offers, it is extremely overpriced. The faculty is not at a standard that I would expect for the tuition. They also have no sports or arts.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2006
My son was bullied and picked on in public school. He had become sad and withdrawn. Sparhawk has managed to undo the damage. He is outgoing, social and extremely happy. Sparhawk offers a caring environment where bullying is not tolerated. I don't know what we would have done without Sparhawk.

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2005
My son is in early kindergarten at Sparhawk (2004-2005) and stays for the extended day program. The academics are great, but more importantly at his tender age he is learning great social skills. He's sticking up for himself in respectful, non-violent ways, and learning to care for others at the same time. His class is small and his teacher is superb! Fundraising and other events make Sparhawk a close knit community. He never wants to go home at 5:30 pm. I wish I could go back and start over at Sparhawk!

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2005
This is a really wondeful school with an excellent teacher to student ratio. Children are taught with respect and encouraged to follow their dreams and ideas. Both of my children go here and I consider it the best investment I could make for their future.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2003
What an amazing place! Students feel honored, challenged, and respected. I recently became the guardian of my teenage sister, and she chose to attend Sparhawk for her junior and senior year in high school. This was the best decision we could have helped her make. Though the high school is new, the college prep education is superlative. The thematic curriculum gives the students the opportunity to connect their learning, and the intimate atmosphere is wonderful for generating support from a warm and caring community of intellectual inquiry. My sister is thrilled to have had this opportunity.

- submitted by a parent
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Sparhawk is the premier independent progressive day and boarding school on Boston's North Shore where the intellectual vitality of each student's educational experience is considered paramount. Valued above all else, students benefit from and have a responsibility to foster a culture of kindness. Sparhawk is a wonderful place to grow up.

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Sparhawk School
Upper School 196 Main St, Lower School 259 Elm St., Amesbury, MA  01913
(978) 388-5354
Last modified Sparhawk School is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Sparhawk School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 51 reviews. Top