MIDDLE SCHOOL ADVISING AND MENTORING
Our youngest students meet in small groups with their advisor almost every afternoon for backpack checks, a review of homework assignments, conversation, and support. In addition, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade mentors work with every middle school student in programs organized by the school. The whole middle school meets regularly to learn together, serve together, and have fun together. Learn more about the middle school experience here
GRADE HEADS WHO CONNECT STUDENTS, TEACHERS, AND PARENTS
Each grade at Field has one or two grade heads—one for each middle school grade, and two (a head and assistant) for each upper school grade—who monitor the students, keep in close touch with parents, and meet with teachers at that grade regularly. They lead all-grade activities with students but they also maintain individual relationships.
OUR EXPERIENCED SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGIST
Dr. John Kalil has been with Field for decades, and he has not only the outside expertise that teachers and students need but also a familiarity with Field’s values and methods. He is a critical and compassionate resource for students, teachers, and parents.
COLLEGE COUNSELING, ONE STUDENT AT A TIME
Field’s college counselors know their stuff—and our students. We work hard to find a strong match between each student and college because we know our families define success as something more profound than a fancy car decal. Meetings with families and students begin in 11th grade. Our amazing counselors, Amy and Jessica, work hand-in-hand with families to search for the perfect school. Then, they help to coordinate an application process that includes a letter from the school that tells each student’s unique story.