We champion both academic excellence and emotional intelligence.
Far Hills Country Day School challenges students to think independently and achieve confidently. The school’s shared growth mindset contributes to its experiential, student-centered approach to learning, its welcoming community of families, and its focus on developing individual strengths. At Far Hills, students are empowered to grow inward, outward, and upward and graduate prepared to lead at the country’s most competitive secondary schools.
The academic journey starts in Preschool and continues through Grade 8. Students explore and study a variety of subjects, including Math, Science, Language Arts, STEAM, Art, Social Studies and History, and more! We invite you to take a deep dive into the Far Hills Country Day School curriculum by viewing the Curriculum Guide below, or by clicking the button that says "Explore Our Curriculum" to search by grade level and subject.
Helpful hint: Far Hills Country Day School's Lower School includes Preschool through Grade 4 and the Upper School includes Grade 5 through Grade 8.
Fueling students’ IQ and EQ
Starting in preschool, students are wholly supported by a tight-knit school community as they achieve at the highest levels while developing a lifelong love of learning through challenging academics and character development.
A shared growth mindset
contributes to a strengths-based, experiential approach to learning. Students are known and loved by their teachers who meet them where they are to develop their unique strengths and challenge them in their areas of growth.
Inward, outward, and upward growth
From day one through graduation, students are given the freedom to explore—topics of interest, themselves, and the world. Through self-directed learning, emergent curriculum, and adventure experiences, their curiosity is nourished and their passions are uncovered.