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New in late summer — Welsh Hills School Community Gardens
Made possible by a generous grant from The Granville Foundation, and open to residents of the Village of Granville and Granville Township, Welsh Hills School is pleased to offer its grounds for community gardens.

Plot sizes will vary and residents will be able to choose the size that fits their needs best. Applications will be accepted from August 1 through August 14 and must be postmarked by August 14. To download your garden application, please click here.


Welsh Hills Summer Camp features
20 specialty camps and eight weeks
of traditional camp.
Click her
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Please view our video to see what we believe.

We believe…

Welcoming Infants — Our Youngest Students
Our youngest students are nurtured and cared for in our homelike setting and have opportunities to explore our beautiful campus. Gentle and loving care fosters learning and growth. As members of our school community, they benefit from developmentally appropriate materials and activities in our warm, peaceful environment.

“Amazing and Affordable.”
With one step through Welsh Hills School’s door, parents can picture their child in the homelike setting: vibrant with sounds of discovery, accomplishment, and pride.

In the past, our tuition closed that door to many. Our tuition is now family-friendly so that more children can experience an education focused on the whole child. Check out our new tuition rates.

Designed to fit your family’s needs!
• School-year, year-round, morning, and full-day preschool programs offered with 2, 3 and 5-day options
• Before and after care
• 11-acre play area, greenhouse, organic gardens and nut/peanut-free facility

Extended Care
Our school days at Welsh Hills are packed full of learning and fun; so much in fact, that sometimes our students want more! For students in Children’s House and our elementary and middle school programs, we have extended care options to suit every schedule, whether you need care in the morning, the afternoon, every day, some days, holidays or your child just wants to ‘Stay & Play.’ We have an option that fits every one’s schedule! Please click here to learn more.

Developing the Whole Child
Rooted in the Montessori tradition, Welsh Hills School excels in age-appropriate learning which focuses on the intellectual, social, emotional, ethical and physical development of infants through students in eighth grade. Curiosity is rewarded, learning is inspired, and expectations are exceeded. Students develop their passion for learning and a sense of independence and confidence. We encourage our students to be real-life learners through thoughtful risk-taking as an important portal to discovery.

Community Partnership Discount
We offer our Community Partnership Discount to employees of Denison University and The Ohio State University. Both of these universities partner with our school in a variety of ways. As a way to show our gratitude, we offer their employees a discount on tuition.

12 Month Curriculum for Infants through Kindergarten Students
Students in this program benefit from a consistent classroom environment and dedicated curriculum during the school year and throughout the summer months.Call today or send an email to infoatwelshhillsdotorg to learn more about our hands-on learning experiences which honor differentiated learning and inspire our youngest students.


Our Annual Volunteer Tea

Our Annual Volunteer Tea

We are grateful to our volunteers who so kindly offer their time and energy to make our school an exceptional place to learn! At our Volunteer Tea, students donned aprons and served tea and treats that they had prepared for our guests.
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In Honor of MaryAnn Reeb

In Honor of MaryAnn Reeb

It is with tremendous sadness that we share that MaryAnn Reeb, one our school’s first teachers, has passed away. MaryAnn was instrumental in the creation of our Children’s House Program and brought the Montessori philosophy to our school.
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Kidstown Open House

Kidstown Open House

Guests and other campers shopped, dined, visited the library, a farmers market, and other locations in Kidstown during the camp's open house.
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