The next Open House is on March 27th at 9:15 a.m.
Meet our students, learn about our school.
The Concept School Difference
The Concept School is co-educational independent school for students grades 6 -12. At TCS we educate students who learn differently and benefit from a smaller, relaxed, more personalized environment where learning and anxiety challenges are seen as opportunities to explore alternative routes to success.
Located on a ten-acre campus with an adjoining nature area and outdoor classroom, TCS provides a hands-on and individualized educational program that prepares TCS graduates to meet the demands of post-secondary life, whether entering college, career training programs, or the workforce.
AT A GLANCE
11th GradeBefore Concept, I changed schools a lot. I started at a Quaker school, then moved to a public school for a year before I went to boarding school in New Mexico for two years. When I came home to Pennsylvania in 2013, I visited Concept and really liked it. It's a small school, with teachers who help you learn and get through the school day. I love how Concept is flexible and understands that most students learn differently.
9th GradeAccording to Nick’s parents, “The Concept School has changed Nick’s entire outlook on life. He is thriving because he is in an environment where he can succeed. We are so grateful to this school for showing Nick he is valued and for providing him with the skills and confidence he needs to flourish. It’s very simple. The Concept School changed our son’s life for the better, and made a life-long difference for our whole family.
2018 GraduateTony came to TCS as a 7th grader and just graduated this June. “Over the years, I have grown in ways I couldn’t imagine. I have become stronger emotionally and mentally. The teachers at TCS helped me mature beyond what I ever could’ve expected. The Concept School has been one of the most important influences in my life.”
On Friday, January 4th, TCS took a trip to the Brandywine River Art Museum and Nature Center. Our adventure began on the bus ride with students competing to see who could find the divide between the Brandywine Creek and Chester Creek watersheds! Each group had a guide...read more
On December 20th, TCS students performed Shakespeare’s classic comedy, “A Midsummer Night's Dream” to a packed house! Our Shakespeare Festival is a TCS tradition. Each year students perform one of Shakespeare’s masterpieces. The students and staff have one week to...read more
On Saturday, December 1st, several TCS families and staff had fun bowling at Round 1 Bowling in Exton. We had three lanes for us, and everyone had a great time. After bowling several games everyone relaxed and had pizza, and enjoyed lots of conversation. Before...read more