Our Schools

MSON brings together exceptional brick and mortar independent schools from across the United States, along with the Stanford Online High School, all of which serve academically motivated students. Our member schools enroll their students in MSON courses, and their faculty teach MSON courses. MSON is based on trust and close relationships among these schools, which all feature talented students and faculty and ensure the high quality of the program.

All MSON members have received endowment gifts from the Malone Family Foundation, which allows them to fund Malone Scholars in their communities. MSON furthers the mission of each individual Malone School because its small classes value superior curricula, peer interaction, challenge, and the student-teacher relationship.

The class was really well structured in a way that gave the class organization despite only meeting twice a week and in a way that facilitated learning both synchronously and asynchronously.

- MSON Student

Augusta Prepatory Day School

Martinez, GA

Brownell Talbot School

Omaha, NE

Canterbury School

Fort Wayne, IN

Casady School

Oklahoma City, OK

Chadwick School

Palo Verdes Peninsula, CA

Charlotte Latin School

Charlotte, NC

Columbus Academy

Gahanna, OH

Derryfield School

Manchester, NH

Fort Worth Country Day School

Fort Worth, TX

Hopkins School

New Haven, CT

Manlius Pebble Hill School

Syracuse, NY

Indian Springs School

Indian Springs, AL

Maret School

Washington, DC

Mounds Park Academy

Saint Paul, MN

Newark Academy

Livingston, NJ

The Prairie School

Wind Point, WI

Porter-Gaud School

Charleston, SC

The Roeper School

Birmingham, MI

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School

Ridgeland, MS

Severn School

Severna Park, MD

Stanford Online High School

Stanford, CA

Trinity Prepatory School

Winter Park, FL

University School of Nashville

Nashville, TN

Waynflete School

Portland, ME

Wichita Collegiate School

Wichita, KS

Wilmington Friends

Wilmington, DE

Winchester Thurston School

Pittsburgh, PA

This is a great experience that let me engage in a class that is hundreds of miles away from my location. I get many other students’ opinion, which I rarely get from students around me.

- MSON Student