Welcome to Beaumont School, where we educate women who change the world.
Situated on a picturesque campus located in historic Cleveland Heights, Beaumont School offers young women the freedom to pursue their academic, athletic and extracurricular path. But beyond the all girls’ environment, Beaumont School offers much more.
Rooted in the Ursuline tradition, the young women of Beaumont School receive tremendous grounding in the Catholic faith. Inspired by St. Angela Merici, our students are educated for life, leadership and service.
This level playing field ensures that our students are not only academically prepared for college, but that they also leave with a strong moral compass, and a level of confidence and poise that enables Beaumont women to excel at the most prestigious colleges and universities.
As a World School offering the International Baccalaureate Diploma beginning in Fall 2017, Beaumont students receive an exceptional education that encourages critical thinking and student-centered learning with a world view. Unlike Advanced Placement programs, which allow students to advance when they take an annual test, the IB program promotes education of the whole person, emphasizing intellectual, personal, emotional and social growth through all domains of knowledge. The successful IB Diploma candidate will be a successful college student.
All Beaumont students receive the benefit of the IB program whether or not they choose to pursue the diploma program. The majority of our faculty has been trained in IB and the use of learner profiles (inquirer, thinker, communicator, risk-taker, reflective, etc.), which put the student at the center of learning, is school wide.
St. Angela’s inspiration is also evident in the richness of exchanges between teachers and students and students with one another. Our distinguished alumnae, who span the globe and industries, are further evidence of the richness of the educational environment at Beaumont School.
Beaumont women balance their academic education with a dynamic spiritual life, community service, a wide range of opportunities in the visual and performing arts, an extensive athletics program and an ever-expanding selection of student-run clubs and committees. Our students find their passion over their four years at Beaumont School. And they take with them a responsibility to engage with the world in meaningful and productive ways.
We encourage interested students to shadow or visit us to see Beaumont in action. Learn from our students and faculty how a Beaumont education can stir the imagination. Here are some ways you can engage with us immediately.
Wendy Hoke, President