Students: 640 | Faculty: 80 | Grades: 6-12, PG | Gender: Coed
Worcester Academy is located in Worcester, Mass. It is a private co-ed day and boarding school that was founded in 1834. The school educates students from the sixth grade to their senior year. The student body also includes postgraduate students.
The school is a college preparatory school that implants a solid academic foundation that prepares them for college.
Worcester Academy students will develop superior skills in reading, oral and written communication and problem solving.
One out of every three students live on the campus.
The tuition depends on whether a student is a day student or a boarding student. A middle school day student’s tuition is $28,060. High school students have a tuition of $30,360. Only high school students can receive boarding. Five day boarders have a tuition of $44,190. Seven day boarders have a tuition of $53,460. Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Boarding Schools in Massachusetts
The Fay School, founded in 1866, is the oldest junior boarding school in the United States. Fay is also a day school and is located in Southborough, MA. The main campus if 30 acres and the athletic campus is 36 acres. The co-ed institution is private. The school serves students from pre-k to 9th grade. The current enrollment is 450 students. There are 340 day students and 110 boarding students. The average class size is 12. The Fay School has several accreditations ...
Buxton School located in Willamstown, Massachusetts is a college prep boarding school and day high school. The small classes promote creativity, diversity, community, and individuality. The campus is on 150 acres that has forest, ponds and meadows. They have a well rounded academic curriculum that includes 4 years of English, 1 year of American history, 3 years of math and a foreign language, and 2 years of laboratory science and social science. There are several courses in the arts available 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 ...