Students: 330 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
Cambridge School of Weston
Cambridge School of Weston is a day and boarding school located in Weston, Massachusetts. The school has a 65 acre campus situated just outside of Boston. The co-ed school was founded in 1886 and uses the module system to educate students.
This is a private institution accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.
Students are from diverse backgrounds including 68 communities in Massachusetts, several different states and 8 countries. The school has a student to teacher ratio of 6 to 1 and an average class size of 13. A total of 335 students attend the school.
Cambridge school of Weston is for grades 9 through 12 and the majority of the students only attend the day school. Day school tuition for the 2013-2014 school year is $40,300 and boarding school tuition is $52,300. This is a prestigious school and admission to the school is competitive.
Boarding Schools in Massachusetts
The Fay School, founded in 1866, is the oldest junior boarding school in the United States. Fay is also a day school and is located in Southborough, MA. The main campus if 30 acres and the athletic campus is 36 acres. The co-ed institution is private. The school serves students from pre-k to 9th grade. The current enrollment is 450 students. There are 340 day students and 110 boarding students. The average class size is 12. The Fay School has several accreditations ...
The prestigious Phillips Academy is an independent preparatory school in Andover, Massachusetts. Founded in 1778 as an all-boys school by Samuel Phillips Jr., Phillips Academy became coeducational in 1973 upon its merger with Abbot Academy, an all-girls school. Phillips has an acceptance rate of just 13%, admitting boarding and day students in grades 9-12. The students, in average class sizes of 13, are treated to a rigorous curriculum, focused on college success. In addition to academics, all students are required to ...
The MacDuffie School is a private institution located in Granby, Massachusetts. It offers accelerated classes for middle and high school students gifted in academics. The school was established in 1890 by John and Abby MacDuffie. The initial enrollment of 70 students attended classes at the Samuel Bowles House in Springfield, Massachusetts. Today the school now hosts approximately 200 students at their Granby campus. The student population is comprised of an equal blend of males and females from several regional states and ...