Overview
In a community where every student is known and needed, Millbrook prepares its student for college and lives of meaning and consequence by instilling the values of respect, integrity, stewardship, service, and curiosity. Nestled on 800 acres in the Hudson Valley, Millbrook School resides just 90 miles north of New York City and is home to 315 students from 22 different states and 17 different countries. Through our commitment to ensuring that all of our students are needed and known, our students have the opportunity to explore new passions, while developing greater expertise and confidence in their current interests. As a student at Millbrook, you will be surrounded by so many people who are dedicated to helping you succeed. Thus, Millbrook prides itself on being a challenging, yet supportive school, where its students can be their best selves while impacting the greater good. Between our expert faculty, who will be your coaches, advisers, teachers, and dorm parents, we have the ability to see our students in multiple lights and help our students build upon their strengths to bolster their weaknesses. Our faculty will push you to look at the world like never before, developing a deep value and appreciation for thoughtful and respectful intellectual discourse. Your classmates will become friends for life. Our community is filled with scholars, artists, athletes, conservationists, leaders, and so much more. The possibilities for a Millbrook student are endless. One particularly notable program available to Millbrook students is the Trevor Zoo at Millbrook School. Established in 1936, Millbrook’s AZA accredited Trevor Zoo is one of a kind. Founded by Millbrook’s first biology teacher, Frank Trevor, the zoo allows students unique, hands-on experiences with more than 170 exotic and indigenous animals in facilities that extend across 6 acres. Classes such as Environmental Science, Animal Behavior, Primate Evolution, and Independent Science Research are tied closely to our zoo and expose students to solution-oriented approaches which focus on sustainability, evolution, and quality of life for all within the means of nature. These courses are both scientific and multidisciplinary in their approach, and challenge students to use the best scientific inquiry, research and data to understand a variety of problems, viewpoints and theories. Outside of academics, every Millbrook student will engage at the zoo through the campus-wide community service program and through extracurricular offerings. Through these opportunities students will have hands-on experiences in animal husbandry, diet preparation, and veterinary medicine. According to the President and CEO of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, Millbrook School’s Trevor Zoo is the pre–eminent education and conservation program for high school students in the United States.
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B+ Community
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A+ Int. student mgmt

Boarding Grades: 9-12
Co-ed
Rural
ESL: No
Tuition: $75,750
# of Students: 315
Teacher:Student: 1:4
International Student: 12%
AP Courses: 7
Endowment: $183,016/student
Faculty w/ adv. degree: 80%
SAT: 1418/1600
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Ranking University/College Students
LAC #1 Williams College 1
#13 Dartmouth College 1
#17 Cornell University 1
#23 Georgetown University 1
#23 University of Michigan 1
#27 University of Southern California 1
#28 Tufts University 1
#28 Wake Forest University 2
#38 Georgia Institute of Technology 1
LAC #8 Claremont McKenna College 1
#42 Boston University 1
#42 Case Western Reserve University 1
#42 Tulane University 2
#49 Lehigh University 1
#55 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1
#55 University of Miami 2
#59 Syracuse University 2
#63 George Washington University 1
LAC #13 Hamilton College 2
#68 Southern Methodist University 1
#75 Loyola Marymount University 2
#83 Elon University 4
#83 Michigan State University 1
#83 Texas Christian University 2
LAC #17 Colgate University 2
#103 Miami University: Oxford 1
#104 University of Colorado Boulder 2
LAC #22 United States Air Force Academy 1
#117 Arizona State University 2
#117 University of Vermont 3
#127 Clarkson University 1
LAC #38 Franklin & Marshall College 2
LAC #38 Lafayette College 1
LAC #38 Skidmore College 3
LAC #42 Denison University 3
LAC #42 Occidental College 1
LAC #46 Trinity College 1
Bentley University 1
College of Charleston 1
Hobart and William Smith Colleges 1
Ithaca College 1
Rollins College 1
Sacred Heart University 1
Siena College 1
St. Lawrence University 4
University of Alabama 1
University of Rhode Island 1
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AP Courses (Total 7)
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
English Literature and Composition
Spanish Language and Culture
Statistics
English Language and Composition
French Language and Culture
Calculus AB
Calculus BC
English Literature and Composition
Spanish Language and Culture
Statistics
English Language and Composition
French Language and Culture
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Sports (Total 14)
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Soccer
Softball
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Field Hockey
Football
Golf
Ice Hockey
Lacrosse
Soccer
Softball
Squash
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball
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Arts (Total 36)
Digital Photography
Music
Music Theory
Public Speaking
Songwriting
Ceramics
Drawing
Painting
Photography
Pottery
Digital Photography
Music
Music Theory
Public Speaking
Songwriting
Ceramics
Drawing
Painting
Photography
Pottery
Mixed Media
Guitar
Improvisation
Music Production
Percussion
2D Design
Photo
Sculpture
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Extracurricular Activities and Clubs (Total 38)
Movie Club
Brook Books
Investment Club
GLOW Club
Millbrook Kicks Cancer
Friday Night Council
Millbrook Menstrual Movement
Engineering Club
Futsol Club
One Love
Movie Club
Brook Books
Investment Club
GLOW Club
Millbrook Kicks Cancer
Friday Night Council
Millbrook Menstrual Movement
Engineering Club
Futsol Club
One Love
Weight Lifting Club
Yoga Club
Philosophy Club
Book Club
Dorm Leaders
Jazz Ensemble
Millbrook Singers
Model UN
Outreach
Peer Counselors
Riding
SCAPE
Students Concerned About Planet Earth
School Newspaper
Senior Prefects
Skiing and Snowboarding
Student Advisors
Student Tutors
Tour Guides
Ultimate Frisbee
Yearbook
Zoo Squad
Diversity Club
Drama Club
Fitness Club
Hiking Club
Literary Magazine
Millbrook Voices
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Basic Info
Year Founded: 1931
Campus Size: 800 acres
Boarding Rate: 90%
Religious Affiliation: non-denominational
Application Info
Deadline: 01/15
Interview: On Campus, Admission Travel to China, Zoom
Pre Interview: No Requirement
Other Accepted Scores: Duolingo, IELTS, TOEFL
School Code:
TOEFL: 851
SSAT: 5092
ISEE: 333140
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Brief Reviews (Total 32)
4.7/ 5
Detailed Reviews (Total 2)
4.5 / 5 Overall
4.3 / 5 Academics
4.3 / 5 Campus
3.8 / 5 Student Life
4.8 / 5 Athletic&Art
4.5 / 5 Transportation
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