Nantucket Lighthouse School Victory Gardeners!

Nantucket Lighthouse School Victory Gardeners!

Posted on: Fri, September 30, 2016 at 3:40
This week our new Director of Horticulture, Rain Harbison, led nine classes in various horticulture related studies as part of our recently established Russell Morash Chair in Childhood Horticulture. [Read More]


NLS Admissions Process

NLS Admissions Process

Posted on: Thu, September 29, 2016 at 2:28
The admissions season for the 2017-2018 school year has begun! We understand that choosing the right school for your child is an important decision and we would like to make the process as straight forward as possible for you and your family. [Read More]


NLS Welcomes Rain Harbison, Director of Horticulture

NLS Welcomes Rain Harbison, Director of Horticulture

Posted on: Tue, September 20, 2016 at 4:19
We are thrilled to announce our newest faculty member (and position) at Nantucket Lighthouse School: Rain Harbison, Director of Horticulture. [Read More]


Wish for Peace Project: A Nantucket Lighthouse School Tradition

Wish for Peace Project: A Nantucket Lighthouse School Tradition

Posted on: Mon, September 19, 2016 at 1:45
Traditionally, the first weeks of September welcomed children and teachers back to school. Since 2001, the anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11 embedded itself in what has customarily been a celebration of new beginnings. [Read More]


NLS Welcomes Distinguished New Faculty

NLS Welcomes Distinguished New Faculty

Posted on: Mon, September 05, 2016 at 12:37
An independent day school serving children preschool through 8th grade, the Nantucket Lighthouse School is comprised of 100 students spread over two campuses, a primary schoolhouse at Rugged Road and a Downtown Campus at St. Paul’s Parish House. Co-founded by Lizbet Carroll Fuller and Elizabeth Edwards Sundell, the School first opened its doors in 2000 to twelve children and two teachers in a barn at Nantucket Island School of Design and the Arts (NISDA). Over the past sixteen years, the School has grown tremendously, yet it has remained true to its founding ideals which include a developmentally appropriate education aimed at capturing the magic and joy of childhood while also instilling a love of learning, a deep respect for the natural world, and a sense of responsibility to all. [Read More]