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4.5 (29 reviews)
Bement's junior boarders, ages 9 through 15, live in new dorms built in 2010 and restored colonial homes with dorm parents who commit themselves to monitoring closely each student's personal as well as academic growth. Our rich, traditional school curriculum motivates and challenges students with thematically coordinated courses, a nationally recognized fine arts program, and diverse athletic offerings. The student/teacher ratio is 6:1 and class size averages 12 students. Upper school students engage in the Leadership in Environmental and Advisory Program (LEAP) designed to increase their competency in outdoor experiences such as camping and wayfinding with a focus on Leave No Trace (LNT), conflict resolution, and community building skills.
$76,500 Massachusetts, US 220 students
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4.9 (28 reviews)
Cardigan Mountain School was established in 1945 as a junior boarding school for boys in grades 6-9. In addition to providing a great education, Cardigan responds to the developmental needs of boys through a distinctive program that fosters their intellectual, physical, emotional, and spiritual growth.
$83,400 New Hampshire, US 232 students
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4.9 (40 reviews)
Founded in 1866 and located 25 miles from Boston in Southborough, Massachusetts, Fay School is an independent, coeducational day and boarding school for 450 students in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 9. The School’s boarding program (grades six through nine) serves 110 students from throughout the United States and more than 15 foreign countries, forming a true multicultural community that is a unique and defining aspect of the School. Fay’s challenging academic program emphasizes the development of solid foundational skills, preparing students for the intellectual demands of independent secondary schools. Fay’s supportive learning environment affords students the opportunity to develop close relationships with the School’s caring and dedicated faculty. In the spirit of our motto, Poteris Modo Velis ("You can if you will"), Fay seeks students who embrace the School’s core values of Academic Excellence, Earnest Effort, Honorable Conduct, Dedicated Service, and Wellness of Mind, Body, and Spirit. Through participation in a wide variety of athletic, artistic, extracurricular, and service activities, Fay students gain a better understanding of their interests and talents and become actively engaged, community-minded citizens who take initiative and assume leadership roles. Fay is committed to educating each child to his or her full potential through a broad, balanced, and challenging program that establishes a solid foundation for a productive and fulfilling life.
$79,030 Massachusetts, US 475 students
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A SMALL, FRIENDLY SCHOOL FOR A MAXIMUM OF 25 HIGH-ABILITY BOYS WHO NEED A GOOD EDUCATION, A MANAGEABLE WORLD, AND AN UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF ADULT ATTENTION. Traditional courses taught in small groups of 3-5 boys put every student near the teacher. Family-style dorms house 5-6 students. Outdoor activities include sledding, canoeing, hiking, camping, and caring for farm animals. Informally-played sports include soccer, touch football, Wiffleball, and tennis. Arts activities include drawing, pottery, music lessons, and drama. All faculty live on campus. All meals are eaten together in a family-style setting. Weekends include both scheduled activities and time for relaxation and independent play. Hampshire Country School may be an especially good choice for those boys who find large schools overwhelming or overstimulating, including boys with nonverbal learning disabilities (NLD/NVLD), Asperger's, or ADHD. HCS is primarily a middle school, but students may also enroll at the upper elementary grade or the start of high school.
$65,000 New Hampshire, US 22 students
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4.8 (54 reviews)
Hillside School is a small, structured, challenging academic environment for boys in grades 4-9. The school is intentionally kept small, offering a 7:1 student-faculty ratio so that the boys can get the most out of their academic experience. The staff at Hillside are very supportive and caring; they serve as teachers, dorm parents, coaches, and advisors. Hillside staff know the boys closely– their strengths, areas of challenge, and passions. The school's average enrollment is 140 students, with students from 10 countries and 8 states. The community is inclusive, friendly and nurturing which allows the boys to easily make friends and learn about many different cultures and nationalities. Hillside offers more than 15 competitive sports, including hockey, basketball, baseball, soccer, tennis, golf, track and field, etc. In addition, students can experience a fully functional farm with fruits/ vegetables. What sets Hillside apart is its state-of-the-art Innovation Lab (iLab), where all boys can learn coding, robotics, rocket making, 3D printing and laser cutting software. Our ninth-grader graduate from Hillside as confident, independent leaders who will continue their education at some of the most competitive and reputable private high schools in New England and across the country.
$71,695 Massachusetts, US 140 students
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4.6 (25 reviews)
Family-style living, outdoor education, and a hands-on approach to academics are unique qualities of our program. Our 3:1 student/teacher ratio provides students with 24-hour parenting ensuring continual learning opportunities. Skiing, mountaineering, camping, riding, work-jobs and studio and performing arts are integral parts of our curriculum. In grade nine students travel off-campus for an experiential study of culture and environment. Our community for childhood establishes self-confidence, skills, values and knowledge for students to lead satisfying, productive lives and contribute to the world.
$79,500 New York, US 76 students
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Oakland School is a small boarding and day school for children ages 6-14 with learning disabilities including dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, non-verbal learning disabilities or visual and auditory processing disorders. The program also is well-suited to those with ADHD or organizational difficulties. The combination of daily one-to-one instruction, an emphasis on basic skills including Oakland’s specialty of teaching reading, a highly-experienced and nurturing staff and a success-oriented environment has enabled scores of children to reach their academic and personal potential since 1950.
$46,500 Virginia, US 45 students
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4.3 (39 reviews)
Rectory, located on 138 picturesque acres in NE CT, is devoted to the total development of each student in a nurturing environment that celebrates the individual and helps each student discover his and her passion for learning. Our flexible curriculum, caring faculty, small classes, and extensive offerings in the arts and athletics serve students across a broad range of abilities. The linchpin is our Individualized Instruction Program (IIP), which can provide tutoring each academic day, whether for support or enrichment. Our performing and visual arts facilities, state-of-the art weight room, and remodeled houses for female boarders make the campus a vital, energetic place to be. Our signature program, March Experiential Learning Program (MELP) devotes a week in March to pursue education outside the classroom through creative, dynamic courses that include travel throughout the country. Our Monday Clubs and weekend activities add to the positive Rectory experience that keeps our students eager to learn and to build character. Since 1920 we have been making a difference in the lives of young people. WE say it quite simply: Our students love it here!
$79,500 Connecticut, US 270 students
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Founded in 1889, St. Catherine’s Academy is a Catholic school with a military tradition for boys in transitional kindergarten - 8th grade. Our mission is to provide students with a foundation for lifelong success. Experienced faculty and small class sizes ensure each student receives the individual attention he needs to be successful. Our school-wide spiritual programs and military tradition form young men of faith, honor, and integrity. In addition to our day program, our boarding and international programs bring students together from around the country and world to learn from each other and develop lasting friendships.
$62,494 California, US 158 students
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4.9 (19 reviews)
Situated on 41 acres in a residential community 10 miles west of Boston, our traditional curriculum is designed to be challenging yet developmentally appropriate and supportive of each student's learning style. Fessenden provides a foundation of skills that is imperative for the secondary school experience. The average class size is 12. We offer diverse arts and athletic offerings and promote core values of honesty, compassion, and respect throughout the program. The campus features a new academic and athletic building, two pools, three gymnasiums, nine athletic fields, 13 tennis courts(six lighted), an indoor hockey rink and library with nearly 20,000 volumes.
$78,600 Massachusetts, US 537 students
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4.8 (17 reviews)
Warmth, caring, individual attention, structure, and high standards are words used in referring to the Eaglebrook experience. Our 75 faculty members offer a broad and sound curriculum. A strong athletic program allows boys to develop skills in both team and individual sports. Blessed with modern facilities and a 750+ acre campus, boys from more than 24 states and 18 countries explore, search, and grow. Our goal is to help boys in grades 6-9 come into confident possession of their talents, prepare for the challenge of secondary school, and establish values allowing them to act with thoughtfulness and humanity.
$79,900 Massachusetts, US 256 students
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4.6 (38 reviews)
Indian Mountain School's boarding program combines elements that are essential to the critically important middle school years: a broad and rigorous curriculum centered around a strong study skills program; a participatory and competitive athletic program; comprehensive music, fine arts and performing arts; and a strong sense of family within a supportive community. Building self-esteem is the goal of the Adventure Education Program that includes camping trips to the White Mountains and use of the on-campus ropes course.
$77,485 Connecticut, US 300 students
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4.7 (23 reviews)
Rumsey Hall is well-known for challenging its students in a supportive, nurturing environment. The campus features excellent facilities in a beautiful, natural setting. A new math center, science center, and computer lab enhance the academic program. The school's philosophy embraces a whole-child approach to teaching. The teachers work closely with students during their dynamic middle school years to create a positive sense of community. Rumsey Hall's program stresses effort as the key to success. The school is distinguished by its strong family atmosphere and lively spirit.
$69,870 Connecticut, US 336 students
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4.2 (24 reviews)
At Applewild we believe that the ages of five to fifteen are the most important in a child`s education, the foundation upon which all further education is built. Here students discover their passion for learning and engage in the pursuit of excellence in academics, arts, and athletics in a supportive environment. The core values we promote and the relationships among all the members of our community prepare our students to be confident learners and responsible citizens. At Applewild School we believe that a diverse community enhances and enriches our educational experience. We strive to create an inclusive culture of mutual responsibility where all people are valued and respected. Our goal is to recognize and acknowledge our shared humanity while understanding and respecting differences as we learn, live and grow together.
$63,900 Massachusetts, US 300 students
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