directory

Inly School

Scituate, MA 02066
Phone: 781-545-5544Website: Visit Website

At Inly, students thrive in a joyful environment where they feel a sense of belonging and have opportunities for academic achievement and personal growth. The focus is on how students learn, not just what they learn, and instruction is tailored to challenge each child to reach their full potential. Students develop a deep understanding of core subjects, many hands-on skills, and a discerning ability to manage one’s time; they build confidence, self-reliance and independence. 

In addition to core subjects, Inly offers Spanish beginning in Toddler House, innovation, visual and performing arts and athletics. Ample outdoor time, social-emotional learning, community service, internships, and after-school enrichment round out a holistic approach that nurtures mind, body, and spirit. 

Inly students are taught to ask questions, seek knowledge, and pursue answers. They are given opportunities to have a voice and be leaders so they can self-confidently face new challenges in new settings. Students graduate Inly as independent forward-thinkers and respectful global citizens who succeed at their choice of secondary schools and in real life.

Inly At-a-Glance:

• 340 toddler–grade 8 students; low student–teacher ratio

• Multi-age classes grouped by developmental level encourage collaboration, mentoring and community connections

• Robust experiential learning program, field studies, overnight camping trips, middle school internships

• Team and league sports; soccer, basketball, flag football, field hockey, lacrosse

• Spanish, visual and performing arts, music, technology, robotics, community service

• da Vinci Studio for applied creativity and problem-solving

• 13-acre campus; 7 buildings, 3 playgrounds, 3 sports fields,Spartan obstacle course

• 4-acre outdoor classroom, walking trails, organic gardens, 4 preK–K outdoor classroom extensions

• Nut-free and allergy-friendly

• Active parents and caregivers group; family events

• Accredited by the Association for Independent Schools of New England (AISNE) and American Montessori Society (AMS)