Students: 505 | Faculty: 86 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
It is situated on 86 waterfront acres along Sippican Harbor. The school mascot for Tabor’s 505 student body is the seawolf.
The academy, founded in 1876 by Elizabeth Taber, offers a challenging high school curriculum that includes basic academic disciplines and classes in marine and nautical science.
A highly competitive admissions process includes an application, standardized testing and an interview.
Tabor Academy enrolls 496 students representing 20 states and 24 countries. Tuition is $51,375 for boarding students and $36,815 for day students. Thirty-two percent of the students receive financial aid.
Tabor Academy offers a wide range of extracurricular actives in visual, performing and media arts, clubs and athletics. The school has 59 teams competing in 24 interscholastic sports.
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