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Pine Cobble School Need-Based Scholarships Available For New Students in Grades 4-9

Scholarship Program Overview

Pine Cobble School offers endowed need-based scholarships, open to qualified new students entering grades 4-8. This year’s scholarship opportunities include both partial and full tuition scholarships for each academic year the student attends Pine Cobble School, as long as the student remains in good standing.

Scholarship Guidelines

Scholarships are awarded to select new students who have a love for learning, a natural curiosity, and a record of outstanding citizenship. As with all Pine Cobble applicants, students interested in applying for a scholarships must demonstrate the character pillars that are important to the Pine Cobble community:  compassion, courage, honesty, respect, responsibility, awareness of self/others, gratitude, patience, and cooperation. Scholars must be enthusiastic about joining Pine Cobble School’s community of talented students, strong leaders, and thoughtful individuals.

Consider Pine Cobble School, where extraordinary opportunities await.


Pine Cobble School offers tremendous opportunities to students from Berkshire County and the surrounding areas. Our academic program is dynamic, engaging, highly individualized, and our students are exceptionally well prepared for all that awaits them upon graduation. Powerful enrichment opportunities include a strong focus on the arts, an outstanding athletic program led by former college athletes, and an array of extracurricular experiences.

Equally important, our students experience joy. They know wonder. They feel a powerful sense of belonging. They exercise their minds and bodies. They become leaders, scholars, citizens, and lifelong learners. We consistently hear from our alumni that Pine Cobble provided more than an extraordinary educational and social foundation; it also gave them a strong sense of self that continues to serve them every day.

These scholarships require a formal application.

Anyone who is curious about whether Pine Cobble might be a good fit for their child can contact Nicole LeBeau, Director of Admissions at