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A+ 4.7 (45 reviews)
St. Stephen’s Episcopal School is a coeducational boarding and day school on a 374 acre campus in Austin, Texas. For over 70 years, we have provided a rigorous college preparatory curriculum within a balanced program of academics, athletics and the arts. With 700 boarding and day students from across the U.S. and more than 20 countries, we are a diverse, inclusive and supportive community that fosters healthy, balanced lifestyles in our students while preparing them for success in college and beyond. Service learning activities, outdoor education and adventures, and study abroad programs allow students to connect what they learn in class to the surrounding community and broader world. St. Stephen’s also offers three special programs: Tennis Academy, Soccer Academy and Theatre Focus. These combine college preparatory academics with highly specialized training and instruction delivered by experienced professionals.
$71,800 Texas, US 707 students
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A+ 4.8 (83 reviews)
Suffield Academy has 420 students from more than 25 countries and 20 American states. The school is located between New York and Boston with easy access to major international airports. Suffield has distinctive four-year college counseling and leadership development programs. More than $100 million has been invested in the Suffield campus over the past decade with new facilities for academic, athletics, arts, and community life. In 2020 more than 1,000 students applied for 120 available spaces at Suffield Academy.
$71,500 Connecticut, US 417 students
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A+ 5.0 (55 reviews)
Known for academic rigor and close faculty-student relationships, Taft fosters personal responsibility, honor, and an achievement ethic in all areas of school life: intellectual, artistic, athletic, and extracurricular. Our 220-acre campus features: 59,500-volume library; Lady Ivy Kwok Wu Science and Math Center; Sony Virtuoso Language Lab; Mark W. Potter Art Gallery; 2 theaters; 18-hole golf course; 2 ice hockey arenas; 16 tennis courts (4 indoor); 8 squash courts; six-lane, all-weather track; 11 playing fields; 200-course curriculum. A diverse student body from 33 states and 27 countries is supported with $6.6 million in aid.
$72,000 Connecticut, US 609 students
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A+ 4.9 (42 reviews)
The Thacher School is anything but typical. Here, perched at the foot of Ojai’s Topa Topa Mountains and beneath a big Western sky, students encounter a combination they won’t find anywhere else: demanding academics, tough character-building challenges and a healthy, authentic community culture that supports them every step of the way. It’s how Thacher succeeds in shaping resilient, compassionate, and ambitious young men and women who are prepared to take on the challenges of today’s world. We invite you to dive in and see for yourself what makes Thacher, Thacher.
$69,980 California, US 260 students
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A+ 4.8 (69 reviews)
At Webb, we teach students how to learn through our unique, multidisciplinary, future-focused curriculum that challenges students to participate in the design of their education. Come for a tour of our 150-acre campus, nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel mountains, and learn about our Advanced Studies program (that goes far beyond AP courses) taught by our expert faculty. Our courses are engaging and expose students to various subjects, including Filmmaking, Neuroscience, Multivariable Calculus, languages, Paleontology, and the performing and visual arts. As a boarding school, life at Webb includes upholding the core values of honor, integrity, moral courage, and community—and becoming confident, honorable leaders. Webb’s relationships in LA and locally, with the Claremont Colleges and our Alf Museum of Paleontology, offer students unparalleled exploration and advanced learning opportunities.
$76,986 California, US 404 students
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A+ 5.0 (66 reviews)
WRA is an independent coed boarding/day school of just over 400 students from 20 states and 16 countries. Its challenging curriculum features 18 AP courses (90% receive 3 or better on AP exams), a 6:1 student-to-teacher ratio, and an average class size of 12. Graduates are admitted to selective colleges. Other features: 190-acre campus, 21,000 square-foot library, superb fine-arts offerings, required daily athletics, (all-weather polyurethane track, Astro-Play synthetic field, 10 tennis courts, baseball complex, 200-meter indoor track, 3 basketball/volleyball/tennis courts, a fitness center), and $4 million in need-based financial aid.
$71,250 Ohio, US 431 students
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A+ 4.6 (10 reviews)
Hackley offers a rigorous, traditional curriculum, a residential faculty, strong athletics, a diverse student body, and extensive extracurricular activities. Graduates attend Ivy League and other highly selective colleges. Our 285-acre campus includes a landscaped grassy common, performing arts center, new middle school and science facilities, computer centers, art studios, extensive sports fields and courts and indoor pool. Hackley has a five-day boarding program, available for boys and girls, grades 9-12, who spend weekends with their families or legal guardians. Need-based financial aid is available.
$54,975 New York, US 850 students
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A+ 4.5 (3 reviews)
Belmont Hill is a community dedicated to developing boys in mind, body, and spirit. In a school that challenges and supports students in and beyond the classroom, we strive for excellence, honoring clear thinking and creativity, competition and teamwork, tradition and vision. Valuing difference, we seek students, faculty, and staff from a broad range of backgrounds who will embrace honest effort, curiosity, courage, and compassion. Working together, we seek to foster in each boy good character, commitment to service, global responsibility, and a passion for lifelong learning.
$57,400 Massachusetts, US 467 students
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A+ 5.0 (12 reviews)
The mission of Boston University Academy is to educate talented students who are passionate about learning and who share the joy of inquiry. Engaging with dedicated teachers in a small and caring community, students first immerse themselves in a classically based curriculum and then continue their intellectual interests at Boston University, a major research University.
$53,010 Massachusetts, US 229 students
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A+ 5.0 (8 reviews)
Commonwealth School's mission is to educate young people from diverse backgrounds to become knowledgeable, thoughtful, and creative adults, capable of careful analysis, fruitful cooperation, and deep commitment. Commonwealth aims to be a school to with the highest standards of academic excellence; where students learn to think for themselves and to exercise responsibility and initiative in their actions; with a community of talented teachers and promising students from diverse backgrounds; that takes maximum advantage of its rich urban setting; where arts are a vital element of daily life; that provides the friendly atmosphere of a small, supportive community; and that helps students establish the foundation for rewarding and productive lives.
$52,502 Massachusetts, US 152 students
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A+ 5.0 (10 reviews)
Noble and Greenough School is a rigorous academic community dedicated to inspiring leadership for the public good. Through mentoring relationships, we motivate students to achieve their highest potential and to lead lives characterized by service to others. The Nobles community: • Generates critical, creative, socially conscious thinkers; • Upholds a commitment to diversity; • Develops character and intellect in deliberate conjunction; • Cultivates purposeful citizenship on local, national and global levels; • Builds independence and self-respect through challenge and achievement; • Espouses humility, humor, collaboration, honesty and respect for others as the foundations of a vibrant intellectual community.
$57,650 Massachusetts, US 632 students
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A+ 5.0 (2 reviews)
The Roxbury Latin School is a small, independent day school for boys in grades 7-12, located on a spacious 117 acre campus in West Roxbury, MA. Founded by John Eliot in 1645, in the reign of King Charles the First, it is the oldest school in continuous existence in North America. Roxbury Latin's endowment and the generosity of its alumni, parents, and friends enable the School to maintain a distinguished faculty, to charge a relatively low tuition, and to admit and enroll boys without regard to their parents' ability to pay. The opportunities afforded by the School are therefore available to a uniquely diverse student body from all segments of the greater Boston community...
$37,900 Massachusetts, US 310 students
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A+ 5.0 (4 reviews)
Founded in 1886, the Winsor School is an independent day school for academically motivated and promising girls in grades 5-12. Winsor offers a rigorous academic program balanced by the arts and physical education in an environment of warmth and personal attention. As a community, Winsor cherishes respect and generosity of spirit, and its mission underscores its commitment to diversity. Its size means girls build lasting friendships, and it encourages each girl to realize her own uniqueness and promise.
$56,100 Massachusetts, US 470 students
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A+ 4.3 (6 reviews)
As a college preparatory school, Bishop's believes that certain skills, knowledge, and the ability to reason are necessary to meet the demands of a college education and to benefit from it. The School's affiliation with the Episcopal Church reflects the belief that knowledge combined with a spiritual awareness better enables students to function as caring, effective adults in today's world. In addition to stimulating and challenging students academically, the School's mission includes helping young people learn to be morally discriminating and to define ethical standards that will take them from adolescence to adulthood. At Bishop's, the focus is on developing the whole person.
$41,040 California, US 800 students
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A+ 5.0 (5 reviews)
The College Preparatory School is a coeducational, independent day school serving grades nine through twelve. It offers a rigorous academic program for young people who are potential candidates for four-year colleges and universities. The school’s purpose is to prepare students for productive, ethical lives in college and beyond through a challenging and stimulating education in an atmosphere of consideration, trust, and mutual responsibility.
$51,990 California, US 370 students
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A+ 4.9 (10 reviews)
Founded in 1893, The Harker School offers a coed, independent program for students in K-Gr. 12 on three beautiful campuses in the heart of Silicon Valley. Harker is one of the top prep schools in the nation and the largest K-12 independent school in the state, and its upper school sends its graduates to the finest universities and colleges in the country. Students reach their full potential through small class sizes, performance placement at most grade levels, integration of state-of-the-art technology at all grade levels, AP and honors offerings, a full-time counseling staff and highly qualified faculty. Harker is a dynamic community that honors individuality, embraces diversity and prepares students to take their places as global citizens.
$60,500 California, US 2040 students
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A+ 5.0 (7 reviews)
Harvard-Westlake is a school whose curriculum and programs create an educational environment designed for students who possess both the motivation and the ability to pursue a rigorous college preparatory course of study. The school strives to provide an education that enables and empowers its diverse students to develop their intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and physical gifts; to understand and respect the similarities and differences among themselves and others in their local and world communities; and to learn the habits of mind and self-discipline necessary to live with integrity and purpose as contributing members of society.
$46,900 California, US 1637 students
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A+ 5.0 (9 reviews)
La Jolla Country Day School is the school of choice for families who value an education that develops people of good character and enables children to achieve their potential as scholars, artists and athletes of character. The mission of La Jolla County Day School is to prepare individuals for a lifetime of intellectual exploration, personal growth, and social responsibility.
$39,330 California, US 1147 students
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A+ 5.0 (7 reviews)
San Francisco University High School, established in 1973, is a co-educational, college preparatory, independent secondary school for grades nine through twelve. University High School welcomes students of demonstrated motivation and ability to engage in an education that fosters responsibility and the spirited pursuit of knowledge. We are a school where adults believe in the promise of every student, and together we work to build and sustain a community of diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and talents. UHS challenges each individual to live a life of integrity, inquiry, and purpose larger than the self.
$56,570 California, US 450 students
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A+ 5.0 (6 reviews)
Founded in 1902, Brunswick School is an independent, college preparatory day school in Greenwich, Conn., providing character-based education for boys in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12.
$49,750 Connecticut, US 1044 students
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