Hollow Reed School

Quick Facts

Private school offering preschool, kindergarten, after-school, and summer programs.


Jamaica Plain, MA


Kindergarten, Pre-Kindergarten, Preschool


Private School

Total Students



$145 - $310 per week

Average Financial Aid


Religious Affiliation




Student-Teacher Ratio

Hours per Schoolday



Days per School Year

School Website


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93 Sedgwick St Jamaica Plain, MA 02130



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The Hollow Reed school is a private school located in Jamaica Plain. It serves children from the age of 2 years and 9 months through 6th grade.  

School’s Mission/Philosophy  Statement…
The children learn through doing and experiencing in a family atmosphere. Our goal is to offer a developmentally appropriate, multicultural education, serving the needs of the whole child. We consider the child's physical, emotional, spiritual and social as well as cognitive needs in planning our curriculum. We include an emphasis on music, art, story telling and drama. Our objective is to provide a safe, happy and harmonious environment for the children under our care and to offer opportunities for them to cultivate friendships and to learn skills in language arts, reading, math, physical education, science and the arts.

As a nondenominational, independent school, we respect the spiritual diversity of the community we serve and we encourage families to share their traditions in an atmosphere of mutual respect and acceptance. We work to support the children in creating a caring and ethical environment in which they can grow and flourish.

The school emphasizes and supports the development of the whole child and focuses on the physical, cognitive, spiritual, social, emotional and ethical development of the children. Physical activity are included in the daily schedule either outdoors or in their indoor gym room.

Students learn early skills in math and language arts through age appropriate activities. The school encourage an atmosphere of friendship and cooperation in the classroom.

Other elements of the curriculum include

  • Movement Games

  • Active Play

  • Yoga

  • Music

  • Storytelling / Drama

  • Art

  • Spanish