Admissions

Welcome to Pembroke Hill!

We are thrilled you have taken time to explore what a Pembroke Hill education could mean to your child.  We are eager to begin a conversation with you and look forward to connecting with you soon.

The Pembroke Hill School has a rich tradition focusing on empowering all students to build strong character. This character development is unified and guided by our four core values of Respect, Compassion, Scholarship and Integrity.

We believe in fostering the joy of learning, the love of discovery, the confidence to grow and a sense of responsibility and respect for others in our students. Talented and dedicated faculty instill these ideals in students every day. Our commitment is to provide a culture of excellence where teaching and learning happen with enthusiasm each day.

The unique and special qualities of PHS come to life as you learn more beyond the website. We look forward to welcoming you to campus to see the exceptional experience that is Pembroke Hill.
Until you can come to campus, you are encouraged to explore Pembroke Hill further:

The staff in the admissions office is here to assist you at any time. Please contact us and let us show you how you can become a part of the Pembroke Hill community.

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Get to know us! See how Pembroke Hill will benefit your family and what to expect during the admissions process.

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The college counseling school profile summarizes our course offerings, test scores and college placement.

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Learn about Pembroke Hill’s diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) efforts to fulfill our promise that every child is known, cared for, and valued.

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Why Pembroke Hill?

Dr. Kim Banion, Ph.D., is the upper school English department chair. She talks about the English department requirements, expectations for students and her inspiration as a teacher and what makes Pembroke Hill unique.

Pembroke Hill by the Numbers

84

Zip Codes
Represented

1,165

Total Students Enrolled

$3.7M

in financial aid
awarded annually

17,000+

Hours of community service by upper school students in 2017-18

11:1

Student-Teacher Ratio in Lower School

 

Ready for the next step?
We want to hear from you.   Begin the admissions process with an inquiry. 

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