Students: 675 | Faculty: 127 | Grades: K-12 | Gender: Coed
Both the lower and upper school boast a strong commitment to maintaining a diverse student body.
Boarding is offered in the upper school, with half of all students living on campus. A family atmosphere is emphasized, and students have scheduled dinners three times each week with their housemates and house faculty.
Additionally, each upper school student is assigned a faculty adviser.
Academically, Milton Academy defines its curriculum as discussion based, and over 80% of faculty hold advanced degrees. The school promotes a well-rounded education by offering fifteen interscholastic athletic teams, eight student-run publications, and over thirty combined special interest clubs, community service organizations, and cultural groups.
Boarding Schools in Massachusetts
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, ...
Stetson School in Barre, Massachusetts, was designed and developed to treat boys from ages 9-22 with high-risks behaviors. It also specializes in providing education to those boys that have complex developmental difficulties, chronic mental illness or autism. With a flexible, family-driven program, Stetson school specializes in stabilization, assessment and safety. It is a nationally accredited, Chapter 766-approved Residential Treatment Program. This 24-hour, 7 day a week accepts students based on referrals on a rolling basis. The goal Stetson School is to ...
Chapel Hill-Chauncy Hall is an independent college preparatory day and boarding school nestled in Waltham, Massachusetts. The co-ed, non-denominational school was created in 1971 when Chauncy Hall, an all boys school founded in 1828, merged with all-girl Chapel Hill. There are 175 students at the NAIS and TABS affiliated school. The average class size is ten students, which is lower than the national average for boarding schools. They offer a wide range of arts and athletics in a challenging and ...