Middle School Placement

Park Street School students’ academic success continues after graduation.

As students approach graduation from Park Street School, we support them as well as their parents when it comes to middle school placement. We do so by educating parents about available middle school choices, helping them find the “right fit” for their children, and supporting them through every step of the application process. We also prepare our students for middle school admission interviews by conducting mock interviews and providing support as students write application essays.

Park Street School graduates consistently receive acceptances to their top-choice middle schools, many of which are among the most competitive in the Boston area. Over the last several years, 100 percent of our students who applied were accepted to a Boston exam school.

Top Placement in Greater Boston

100 percent of our graduates are awarded placement in top middle schools in Greater Boston

High Acceptance Rate

From 2015-2018, 100 percent of our students were accepted to Boston Latin School and Academy; 80 percent were accepted at Boston Latin School

College Placement

Over the past 16 years, Park Street School graduates have been accepted to Yale, MIT, Harvard, Dartmouth, and Stanford. Others were accepted by schools with acceptance rates below 25 percent including Amherst College, Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College, Columbia University, Middlebury College, University of Virginia, University of Southern California, and Williams.


Sample List of Our Graduates Achievements

Middle School Acceptances

Beaver Country Day
Belmont Hill
Boston College High School
Boston Latin Academy
Boston Latin School
Boston Trinity Academy
Brimmer and May
The British School
Buckingham Browne & Nichols
Dana Hall
Lexington Christian Academy
Mount Alvernia High School
Newton Country Day
Noble and Greenough School
Rivers School
Roxbury Latin
St. Sebastian’s School
Thayer Academy
Winsor School

College Matriculation

Bates College
Boston College
Boston University
Bowdoin College
Colby College
College of William & Mary
Columbia University
Connecticut College
Dartmouth College
Fordham University
George Washington University
Harvard University
Johns Hopkins University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Middlebury College
Mount Holyoke College
University of Mississippi
Skidmore College
Stanford University
Tufts University
University of Southern California
University of Virginia
Wake Forest
Yale University