Groton School, located in Groton, Mass., was founded in 1884. It is a coeducational school for grades 8 through 12, and offers both day school and boarding options. The student/faculty ratio of 5:1 is one of the many benefits Groton School has to offer.

The school offers several Advanced Placement courses in addition to the traditional high school curriculum. Courses range from American History to Calculus, to Expository Writing.

The campus boasts a large library which holds two conference rooms, an atlas alcove, group study rooms, and an extensive online catalog.

The campus holds a large athletic center, with 8 indoor tennis courts, 3 indoor basketball courts, and 2 ice rinks, among others. Sports offered include football, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse.

Tuition runs from $41,000 for day students up to $53,000 for boarding students. The school awards financial aid to more than 38% of it students.