Students: 475 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Girls
Dana Hall School
Dana Hall School is a private boarding school for female students. This school continually makes the top ten on various boarding schools lists. Founded in 1881, it is a highly competitive academic school that offers a college preparatory program.
Graduates from this school attend top colleges such as Harvard, Wellesley and Boston University.
The Alumni program here is strong as they return to help current students through classes, mentorship and lectures.
Dana Hall School teaches grades 6th to 12th. They offer both day student programs and a full boarding program.
The admission process is highly competitive, potential students should have both excellent grades and community involvement. The student body averages around 600 and yearly tuition is about $55,000.
The school offers a variety of extracurricular classes. Dance, art and music are very strong in this school’s program. Some of the sports offered are fencing, field hockey, lacrosse, tennis and equestrian.
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