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Founded in 1848, Blair Academy is a dynamic, coeducational boarding school in northwest New Jersey, located 65 miles from New York City. As members of an inclusive, vibrant community, 460 students pursue a superior college preparatory education and explore their passions in the arts, athletics, academics and service. Strong faculty-student relationships foster personalized learning opportunities and academic achievement, while our cross-curricular public speaking and leadership programs teach students to advocate for themselves and others. Blair graduates are empowered to become persons of great accomplishment and character who distinguish themselves at top colleges and as leaders in their professions and communities.
$72,700 New Jersey, US 465 students Co-ed
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A+ 5.0 (43 reviews)
Located one mile from the ocean, in the foothills of Santa Barbara County, Cate School is a coeducational college preparatory boarding school. Founded in 1910, the School delivers a demanding academic program resulting in a breadth and depth of scholarly inquiry. Cate School seeks students with the capacity to handle a demanding college-preparatory curriculum, with the curiosity to engage in our student-centered small classes, and with the compassion and character to be active and caring members of our small community. The student body of 265 students (83% are boarders) comes from 22 states and 19 foreign countries and is both academically talented and remarkably diverse (41% students of color). In an intimate setting, students and teachers together pursue high ideals. Cate's mission statement reads: "Through commitment, scholarship, companionship, and service, each member of the Cate community contributes to what our founder called "the spirit of this place...all compounded of beauty and virtue, quiet study, vigorous play, and hard work."
$80,000 California, US 305 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (64 reviews)
Choate Rosemary Hall is a co-educational boarding and day school for students grades 9-PG, located in New England USA. Choate provides intellectually talented students from various backgrounds an experience that enriches their lives and prepares them to contribute to an ever-changing world. We emphasize innovative curriculum, guided independent learning, active campus engagement, and formation of character.
$69,370 Connecticut, US 860 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.7 (62 reviews)
The individuality, diversity, and quality of Concord Academy's faculty and student body make it an exceptional place to live and learn. Life at this boarding and day school is creative and inquisitive; the people are impassioned and involved. The school is academically demanding. Students participate in a range of artistic, athletic, and extracurricular activities. Large enough to offer 368 students a comprehensive program, it is small enough to provide a caring community. Set in an historic town near Boston, Concord Academy is a vibrant community enhanced by its culturally rich environment.
$74,690 Massachusetts, US 419 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (54 reviews)
Deerfield Academy, a coeducational college-preparatory boarding school founded in 1797, is known for its high academic standards and cohesive school spirit. Deerfield nurtures its 630 students’ intellectual curiosity and encourages responsible citizenship through a rigorous curriculum. The outstanding faculty prepares students for competitive colleges and universities, challenging students in an academic program that includes Honors and Advanced Placement courses in nineteen subject areas, an extensive spring term elective program, and domestic and foreign off-campus study. Deerfield also provides over 120 varied athletic and extracurricular offerings. The 280-acre campus provides extraordinary facilities including an arts center and the Boyden Library, housing a broad-based collection of more than 75,000 items. The 80,000 square-foot Koch Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology houses 30 state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratory spaces, dedicated spaces for independent research, and a planetarium. Students, 35% supported by over $6.6 million in financial aid, are selected on the basis of academic promise, leadership potential, diversity of background, and the willingness to contribute to the school community.
$68,230 Massachusetts, US 653 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.8 (40 reviews)
Since 1814, Emma Willard School has been one of the nation's leading college-preparatory boarding and day schools for young women. Known for its challenging academic program, the school promotes intellectual curiosity and disciplined study habits through an outstanding faculty and an extensive curriculum distinguished by a wide array of Advanced Placement courses. The school's extraordinary physical plant, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, provides a breathtakingly beautiful, yet state-of-the-art, setting for learning and living.
$73,995 New York, US 356 students All-girls
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A+ 4.9 (54 reviews)
One can’t help but be captivated by the enthusiasm, curiosity, creativity, and genuine warmth of the very special group of adults and young people from around the country and around the world who live and learn together in this 100 percent boarding community. In this day and age when we are all grappling with an increasing pace of change, competitive environment, and complexity of our shrinking global community, Episcopal is uniquely positioned to prepare our students not just to excel in outstanding colleges and universities but to take their place as caring and gifted leaders on a local and global level. For more than 175 years our students have thrived in our school’s rich array of academic offerings, embraced our commitment to personal honor, ethical leadership, and spiritual growth, and been guided and inspired by the close and caring relationships they develop with the adults here. Preparation for true leadership in this quickly changing future, however, demands that we offer our students even more. Our school’s innovative approach to curriculum and program that dives deeply into the opportunities and global connections of Washington, D.C., sets us apart and offers our students an educational experience unlike any other.
$72,000 Virginia, US 821 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (52 reviews)
Set on a beautiful campus less than an hour's drive from Boston, Groton is a small school offering big opportunities to students in grades 8 through 12. The extended family that is Groton shares a deep commitment of one to another and each to the whole. A broad-based curriculum includes particular advantages such as the opportunity to study two languages concurrently or pursue tutorial study of a subject one-on-one with a teacher. A school in the Episcopal tradition, Groton educates the whole person through wide-ranging art, athletic and service programs, the variety of perspectives reflected in a diverse student body and the unique leadership opportunity of the Groton prefect year. 37% of the student body receives $4.7 million dollars in financial aid annually.
$60,895 Massachusetts, US 378 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.8 (50 reviews)
The Hill School was founded in 1851 by the Rev. Matthew Meigs as the Family Boarding School for Boys and Young Men. The School opened on May 1, 1851, enrolling 25 boys for the first year. The Family Boarding School was the first of its kind in America. According to John Chancellor’s The History of The Hill, “He [Meigs] wanted to stress that he was not founding still another academy, but a type of school quite new and rare in America. There is a tendency to think that the boys’ boarding school as we know it existed as long as there have been private schools. It has not. Most of the 12 to 15 schools generally considered the “core” group were established in the last half of the nineteenth century…Of this whole group of schools, The Hill was the first to be founded as a family boarding school
$72,390 Pennsylvania, US 539 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (57 reviews)
Founded in 1891, Hotchkiss strives to develop in students a lifelong love of learning, responsible citizenship, and personal integrity. Our students come from 37 states and 33 foreign countries. Thirty-nine percent are students of color. Over $7.6 million in financial aid is available each year; 37 percent of students receive financial aid. With more than 248 courses, Hotchkiss offers a large-school academic experience with a small-school feeling. The average class size is 12, and facilities include a 97,500-item library, a visual arts center, two theatres, new state-of-the-art athletic and music centers, and a golf course and tennis courts, all on an 827-acre campus. Our athletic teams compete with remarkable success in 19 interscholastic sports, including baseball, basketball, cross-country, field hockey, football, golf, hockey,lacrosse, sailing, soccer, softball, squash, swimming and diving, tennis, track, ultimate frisbee, volleyball, water polo, and wrestling. We also offer instruction in outdoor leadership, paddle tennis, rock climbing, spin cycling, and yoga. With a teacher:student ratio of 1:5 and course offerings that total 248, our students have exceptional opportunities for advancing their education and finding mentors on the faculty who will support them in their learning. Students, teachers, and staff members are equally important members in this community based on trust, mutual respect, compassion and shared intellectual curiosity.
$72,620 Connecticut, US 603 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.8 (54 reviews)
Kent is a co-ed college preparatory school founded in 1906 in the tradition of the Episcopal Church. Located in northwestern Connecticut, the School offers boys and girls a rigorous and interesting academic program in a boarding environment. 560 boarding and day students from more than 40 countries and nearly as many states enjoy the excellent academic programs, enriching offerings in the arts, competitive athletic teams and spirited student body. Kent prepares young people for the most prestigious colleges and universities in the U.S. and abroad.
$73,450 Connecticut, US 520 students Co-ed
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A+ 5.0 (58 reviews)
The mission of the Lawrenceville School is to inspire and educate promising young people from diverse backgrounds for responsible leadership, personal fulfillment and enthusiastic participation in the world. Through our unique House system, collaborative Harkness approach to teaching and learning, close mentoring relationships, and extensive co-curricular opportunities we help students to develop high standards of character and scholarship, a passion for learning, an appreciation for diversity, a global perspective, and strong commitments to personal, community, and environmental responsibility.
$79,500 New Jersey, US 815 students Co-ed
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A+ 5.0 (44 reviews)
Critical thinking, dynamic classrooms, and a spirited community all define Middlesex. Students pursue academic excellence in small, challenging, Socratic classes. An 18,000 square foot, state-of-the- art math and science building opened recently. A modern theater arts complex supports a deep commitment to the arts, and an expansive athletic center enhances a competitive athletic program. Middlesex's unique location encourages its students and faculty to draw on the extensive opportunities of a major urban center. Financial aid is awarded to over 30% of the student body. Students came from 32 states and 16 countries in the 2010-11 academic year.
$72,050 Massachusetts, US 415 students Co-ed
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A+ 5.0 (50 reviews)
Milton Academy, engages faculty and students in intense and challenging preparation for college and for life, in an environment that stimulates and supports extraordinary intellectual and personal growth. Day in and day out, in and out of class, faculty connect vitally with students – setting sights high, bringing opportunities to light, tackling big questions, affirming students’ individuality, and building their confidence and skill. Not only do they succeed at the most competitive universities in the country, Milton graduates' awareness, creativity and competence empower them to fully commit themselves to meaningful endeavors of all kinds, throughout the world. Milton Academy is located just eight miles south of Boston.
$75,980 Massachusetts, US 717 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (54 reviews)
With a beautiful campus and a distinguished history dating back to 1864, Peddie has long been recognized as one of the nation's finest boarding schools. Noted for its distinctive programs dedicated to academics, athletics, arts and residential life, Peddie provides a rigorous academic experience mixing tradition with innovation while focusing on the education of the whole child. Peddie's faculty is recognized for encouraging and inspiring bright and enthusiastic students to reach for new levels of achievement in an unusually friendly, genuinely supportive and remarkably diverse community.
$75,700 New Jersey, US 533 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.8 (69 reviews)
Students come to Andover to join 1100 smart, engaged, passionate students from around the world; to work with brilliant, accomplished teachers; to have access to unparalled resources; and to feel a sense of limitless opportunity. Education Week calls Andover "the quintessential boarding school [which] has remained true to its mission of building character while preparing students for college."
$73,780 Massachusetts, US 1154 students Co-ed
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A+ 5.0 (54 reviews)
Founded in 1781, Phillips Exeter Academy originated the Harkness philosophy of teaching whereby 12 students and a teacher join in classes around an oval Harkness Table. Students from 44 states and 29 countries enjoy a rich curriculum of over 350 courses. More than $15 million in financial aid supports 48% of Exeter's students. An endowment of more than $800 million supports Exeter's commitment to academics, excellence in teaching, a diverse student body, a wide variety of co-curricular opportunities, and state-of-the-art facilities including the new Phelps Science Center and the Academy Center.
$67,315 New Hampshire, US 1078 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.8 (47 reviews)
St. Andrew's is a community of highly engaged students and teachers all living together on a spectacular 2,200-acre campus. Fully committed to our rigorous academic program, our students are dynamic, actively exploring their passions in athletics, the arts and service—both to humanity and to the environment. This close community is characterized by high expectations, trust, kindness and compassion. St. Andrew's values diversity. Over 40 percent of students receive over $4.5 million in financial aid. Students from all backgrounds bring their interests and passions—emerging as engaged and responsible citizens of the world.
$66,400 Delaware, US 320 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.7 (50 reviews)
St. Mark’s, founded in 1865, is a college-preparatory boarding and day school, grades 9 through 12. Nestled upon 250 acres in the picturesque suburb of Southborough, Massachusetts, the school is only 25 miles from the abundant cultural and social opportunities in Boston. The School’s outstanding faculty guides 370 students through a rigorous curriculum and a full program of athletic, artistic and spiritual activities, fostering a close and supportive community. St. Mark’s engages and motivates its talented and diverse student body by emphasizing academic excellence, developing values and character, and serving to the larger community. Class size averages 10 students with a student–faculty ratio of five to one. St. Mark’s offers more than 20 advanced courses, as well as independent study opportunities which range from working on the school's prize-winning electric vehicle to reading Luke’s Gospel in Ancient Greek. Graduates leave St. Mark’s exceptionally prepared to succeed at the highly selective colleges and universities to which they gain acceptance.
$76,100 Massachusetts, US 375 students Co-ed
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A+ 4.9 (51 reviews)
Set on 2,000 wooded acres in New Hampshire's capital city, St. Paul's is one of a few U.S. schools that remains fully boarding, both for students and faculty. SPS is committed to the three essential elements of adolescent development – mind, body, and spirit. Students encounter rigorous academics and the highest levels of college preparation, with a new mathematics and science building opening in 2011. An expansive athletic center, two climbing walls, two indoor hockey rinks, two boathouses, and a 2,000-meter rowing course speak to the School’s emphasis on sports and fitness. The Episcopal tradition supports students of every faith, encouraging open discussion of spirituality in the modern world. Close adult-student relationships are at the core of SPS community life, with its emphasis on personal responsibility and service. Over $7.6 million in financial aid is awarded annually to support 37% of students.
$65,410 New Hampshire, US 540 students Co-ed
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