Students: 172 | Faculty: 21 | Grades: 7-12 | Gender: Boys
Subiaco Academy is a private Benedictine boarding school located in Subiaco, Arkansas. The school is located on the grounds of the Subiaco Abbey. Founded in 1887, the school serves boys in grades seven through twelve, and has an enrollment of just 185.
The student to faculty ratio is 7:1. Subiaco Accademy admits both full-time boarders and day students, and offers a rigorous college-preparatory curriculum.
The school colors are blue and orange, and the mascot is a Trojan. The school admits 65 percent of its applicants, and 100 percent of all graduates are admitted to college or the military following graduation.
The cost of tuition for one year is $23,800 for residential students, and $7,400 for day students, although financial aid is available.
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