Founded in 1932
Progressive education
150 students ages 3-12 in nursery - 6th grade
11-acre wooded campus
35% people of color, 50% female
85% of grads go on to independent schools, 15% go on to public schools
students come from 33 zip codes
$840,000 financial aid awarded annually

At Miquon, we guide children to become creative and compassionate people who change the world.

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Join us for our May 8 Open House! You'll get a tour of campus, chat with current families, and have a Q&A with Administrators. It's a great opportunity to learn about life at Miquon, Progressive education, the application process, and our new Nursery program. Learn more and register at miquon.org. #themiquonschool
Kudos to our Head of School, Geetha Holdsworth, who recently presented at the 2024 Conference of the Asian Educators Alliance. That's her -- second from the right in the front row! #learningandleading #ASEA2024 #proudtobemiquon #themiquonschool
Dear Friends -- Please be aware that Miquon is receiving comments on its social media posts by entities/bots claiming to sell Miquon branded gear. These sales are not authorized by the school and we are working to stop the activity. In the meantime, please do not make any purchases through our social media. If you are interested in buying Miquon gear, you can contact communications@miquon.org. Thank you!
Some of our 1st and 2nd graders are working on the SEL skill of compromise. Teachers are incorporating skits, group games, journal prompts, and readings to focus them on two ways to compromise: mix ideas together in an “Idea Pot” and/or balance the scales of fun by taking turns.  They practiced by using these skills to negotiate disagreements, like whether to play tag or build forts, make mud cakes or fairy houses.