Students: 180 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 8-12 | Gender: Coed
Eagle Hill School
The Eagle Hill School is a private institution located in Hardwick, Massachusetts. The school, founded in 1967, is specifically designed to aid students with learning disabilities in grades 8-12. The co-ed college preparatory boarding and day school has a 210 acre campus.
The tuition for boarding school for the current school year is $65,346 and day school tuition is $46,249. the average class size is 5 students and the student to teacher ratio is 1 to 5.
School accreditations include NEASC, TABS, NAIS and AISNE. The school offers academic advising and college counseling.
The school offers 12 sports programs along with other extracurricular activities. Enrollment is limited so that the school can maintain small class sizes. Parents are advised to begin the admissions process as soon as they are able.
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