You want your child to have a clear plan for the years ahead. We are relentlessly committed to helping each student find their right-fit path.

TQS partners with families to remove as many unknowns from life as possible, creating a positive, attainable picture of the future for your child. As the head of our Admissions Team, I am proud to introduce you to our school and to the students and families who thrive in our unique educational environment.

Explore this section to learn more about our admissions process, and please contact me ( with any questions or to schedule a virtual tour of our school. 

Lori Boccuzzi

Assistant Head for Enrollment Management

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TQS is a safe, joyful community where every person’s worth is inherent and equal. We strive to create an inclusive space that celebrates, values, and respects all differences in race, religion, country of origin, sexual orientation, abilities, and gender. 

Rooted in Quaker values, TQS is committed to actively challenging discrimination and prejudice, and we are continuously working toward building a more just and equitable society.

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“Before The Quaker School, I felt left out and jealous of other students in my class. Now, I can fit in for the first time in my life.”

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Managing Impulses & Inhibiting Responding: Expert Talk #2 with Dr. Cheryl Ann Chase
Alex Brosowsky

Calling out in class before raising a hand … talking too much … saying embarrassing things in public … pushing to the front of the line at the playground … 

These are all common examples of why a young child might be called “impulsive” – and impulse control is an important topic related to executive functioning in children. That’s why it’s the second subject that Dr. Cheryl Ann Chase trained both TQS parents and educators on as part of our two-year working partnership

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Alex Brosowsky

Navigating the complexities of parenting children with ADHD, learning disabilities, autism, and expressive challenges can be an ongoing challenge – which is why here at TQS, we aim to not only champion our students, but also our parents and educators. 

That’s why we've partnered with Dr. Cheryl Chase, a renowned clinical psychologist, to help TQS families and faculty better understand a topic of critical importance to our student community: executive functioning.

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