Our Mission

The mission of The Elizabeth Peabody House is to support families in our community in reaching their full potential through early childhood education, youth development and enrichment, and family services.

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Preschool and Afterschool Enrollment is Now Open!

Register your child now for the 2013-2014 School Year! Spots are available in both the Preschool and Afterschool programs, but they will fill up fast, so don't wait!

Click here to fill out the Preschool Pre-enrollment Form.

Click here to fill out the Afterschool Pre-enrollment Form.

Questions? Call us at (617) 623-5510. (x106 for our Preschool Director, x105 for our Afterschool Director)

KaBOOM! It's a New Playground!

KaBOOM! and Biogen Idec are teaming up to bring a whole new look to our backyard! On September 20th, there will be brand new equipment, brand new murals, brand new games, and brand new mulch to save us from the skinned knees!

We couldn't be more thankful to these generous groups for the outdoor transformation, but they can't do it alone. We need the entire EPH community to help us make this a reality, and there are several ways you can help. We need volunteers for building, coordination, donations, and specialized services. Please let us know if you can be part of this wonderful day by filling out the brief form below, or you can just give us a call!

Thanks, and we'll see you on build day!

Watch Alumnus Leonard Nimoy Speak About The Power of The Peabody House

One full minute of Nimoy's 18-minute remarks are dedicated to us and our impact.

"...I first stepped on stage when I was eight years old at 357 Charles Street, The Elizabeth Peabody Play House..." Read More

Photos of 2012 Preschool Graduation

Family, friends and faculty watched as the graduating class of preschoolers received their sheepskins and marched Friday, June 22nd. The pictures say it all!!!

Photos of 2012 Camp Gannett Alumni Picnic

Alumni, family and friends gathered in Sharon at Camp Gannett for the 2012 Alumni Picnic. The Sunday, June 24th get together brought back many from Boston's West End who used to summer at Camp Gannett.

See Photos Below of the 2012 Camp Gannett Season!

Camp Gannett is a summer enrichment program located on the south shore of Lake Massapoag in Sharon, Massachusetts with a daily shuttle from Greater Boston. It provides a fun and interactive learning experience for campers, ages 5-13. Check out our photo gallery below. Or learn more about Camp Gannett and sign up your child by clicking the blue high-lighted headline above.

2012 Peabody House Alumni Luncheon Photo Gallery

Former students of The Elizabeth Peabody House gathered at The West End Museum for this year's alumni luncheon. The featured speaker at the Tuesday, June 5th noontime event was Emerson College professor Megan Marshall. The Pulitzer Prize finalist for her book The Peabody Sisters, is a world authority on Elizabeth Palmer Peabody. In addition to Marshall's remarks, luncheon guests were given a tour of the museum which prominently features photography of activities through the years of the 116-year-old settlement house.

2012 4-Who-Care Awards Benefit Photo Gallery

The 2012 4-Who-Care Awards benefit of The Elizabeth Peabody House was masterfully hosted by WBZ TV news reporter Paul Burton. The Thursday, May 3rd event was held at the Holiday Inn Boston at Beacon Hill. Among the award winners were the late Gaetano Privitera, Sharon Community Television, State Street Global Advisors, Dr. Nicole Prudent and the Chinese Immigrant Student Leadership program.

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