Inspiring a life-long love of learning

The classroom experience at Dock values exploration and inquiry, and hands-on, experiential learning. We engage and foster students' natural curiosity about the world.

This type of engagement leads to a deeper understanding of course material, and a self-generated enthusiasm for learning that will last a lifetime.


"As an educator, I am thoroughly impressed with the teachers, curriculum, and resources at Dock. The technology available to the students and staff is unparalleled. My daughter loves going to school each day.”

Parent of an EC-Grade 8 student



Guidance Office


Academic Achievements

Summer Camps

Dock By The Numbers


Percentage of graduates who attend college

Others take a gap year for service or enter the workforce


Percentage of Faculty with Advanced Degrees

Dock strives to develop a life-long love of learning—and our faculty lead the way.


Faculty to Student Ratio

Class sizes offer opportunities for quality teacher-student interaction and individual attention


countries represented

A global perspective is a strength of the Dock experience


Percentage of students who participate in a co-curricular activity

From athletics to music to drama to robotics and more, students have rich opportunities beyond the classroom


Percentage of students annually who take and pass at least one AP Exam

Our faculty encourage students to stretch themselves to reach their full potential

Purpose That Inspires

Great resources

"The students have an enthusiasm for learning, parents are thoughtful and involved, and we have an abundance of great resources, like technology and our beautiful facilities. Dock is a great place to be!"

Dock teacher

Challenging academics

"The academics are excellent but challenging; homework is abundant. The teaching staff is excellent and willing to give extra help when needed."

High school parent review on


"All of the teachers, faculty and students made Dock a place where I could have the perfect senior year. I grew academically and spiritually and became a more well-rounded, confident person."

2012 Dock graduate