Teaching at Phelps affords me the opportunity to work with students both inside and outside of the classroom in a small tight-knit community where I can truly make an impact on a daily basis.
Welcome to Phelps
Since 1946, The Phelps School has been dedicated to the individual boy. We are a diverse, close-knit community — over 100 students, boarding and day, sixth grade to seniors and postgraduates, and their dedicated faculty mentors. We share a vital goal: to help students become better learners. We help boys become better men.
Our mission is to bring out the best in each boy. Our promise to parents is that we will equip their sons not just with skills to compete in the future, but with strength of character to create their own futures. Our sights are set beyond test-taking and college applications. Our challenge is to cultivate every young man’s critical and creative thinking, his sense of compassion and collaboration, his readiness to serve and lead. We prepare students for college. More important, we prepare young men for life.
Students come to Phelps from around the world. Their gifts and talents, like their personalities and backgrounds, are diverse and enriching. At Phelps we value that individuality above all else. Each student faces his own challenges and sets his own goals. Bright boys who learn differently discover their true capabilities. Courses of study are personally tailored. Support for learning is consistent and effective. The sense of brotherhood — in dorm life, the dining hall, weekend activities, and sports — is pervasive, genuine, and life-changing.
Head of School Welcome
We’re a small school making a huge impact in young men’s lives.
By Mike Mansi
Phelps English Department Chair, Dorm Parent & Coach
Imagine for a moment that your son has begun to have difficulty finding success at his current school. Perhaps he is struggling academically, socially, or even behaviorally. Regardless of the specific reason for your concern about his performance in school, the bigger picture is clear: it is imperative that a change be made immediately to help get his young life back on track. As you begin to look at potential new schools, you discover a school, The Phelps School, that you believe requires a visit.
The small class sizes at Phelps allow me to have a direct impact on the personal and academic growth of each individual student. I love teaching at Phelps.
Every day I have the opportunity to make a lasting impact on each and every student I come into contact with, whether that be in the classroom, on the athletic fields, or in the dorms. I love being part of a community that cares about the development of the student as a whole; The Phelps School does that exceptionally well.
At Phelps, I feel like I'm making an impact beyond the classroom; I get to work with boys in a community setting and interact with them in a wide variety of locations and scenarios.