At Tuxedo Park School
Academic Excellence is Within Reach
6:1 Student to teacher ratio
12 Community service projects
100% Athletics participation
3 International travel opportunities
Small School. Big Hearts.
TPS provides experiences that reveal potential and build confidence in children, which secures their foundation for future successes.
Tuxedo Park School allows students to dance to their own beat while learning in an environment that feels safe to make a mistake, to be original, and most importantly, to be creative.
I feel fortunate to be a part of a community that is devoted to providing a rich and diverse curriculum that offers hands-on exploration.
I love and appreciate our tight-knit community and the curiosity and caring culture that we cultivate at TPS.
I truly value the extraordinary amount of love and support that I receive from faculty, staff, administrators, and parents on a daily basis.
In many ways, Tuxedo Park School preserves childhood. Children grow, experiencing each stage of development and are guided by adults who embrace the journey; knowing it is not a race.
When you enter the halls of TPS, you enter a world of students, parents and teachers who become your family.
2021-22 Opening Day-Welcome Back!
On Thursday, September 9th, Tuxedo Park School once again reopened our doors to in-person learning. Although this is the 3rd school year educating through a pandemic, campus life continues to embody the extraordinary elements that make TPS such a special place to thrive. We are grateful to have our children safely back in Blairhame.
Advice for our Graduates: Graduation 2021
On the morning of Friday, June 11th, the Pamela McLean Graduation Garden was host to yet another beautiful ceremony. After a full school year of in-person learning, the entire eighth grade gathered with their families to celebrate their successes. Faculty felt a sense of joy and relief as they watched happy and healthy students receive their diplomas.
Families Gather on Campus for Meet and Greet with Incoming Head of School, Stuart Johnson
On Thursday, June 3rd, we welcomed our families to the TPS campus for coffee and conversation with incoming Head of School, Stuart Johnson.
In Front of Blairhame
In Front of Blairhame
Saddle River Day