Students: 138 | Faculty: 14 | Grades: 6-12 | Gender: Coed
The co-ed school is quite small, with an enrollment of under 150 students and prides itself on offering personal attention.
It functions as both a boarding school for collage prep and a day school for grades 6-12.
Houghton Academy is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools as well as The Association of Christian Schools International and is a member of several school associations.
Though being a selective school with fairly low acceptance rates Houghton Academy’s yearly tuition cost of $26,125 is low for boarding schools.
Boarding Schools in New York
Emma Willard School is a private boarding school for ninth through twelfth grade girls. Located in Troy, New York, the school is near the state's capitol, Albany, and is easily accessed from New York City, Boston, and Philadelphia. Founded in 1814, the school boasts twenty-three buildings on a campus of 137 acres. Currently, Emma Willard has around 330 students; of those, roughly two-thirds reside on campus. The school also has a low student-teacher ratio of 6:1 with an average class size of ...
Union Springs Academy is associated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. It is a boarding school for high school students. The school teaches students to live a life for Christ. It is accredited, and recognizes Saturday as a day of rest. The school opened in 1921. There are dormitories across the campus as well as a church, farm and orchard. Faculty housing is also located on campus. Students participate in worship services each day as well as Bible instruction. Activities ...
Saint Basil Academy is located in Garrison, New York. It was built along the bank of the Hudson River. Founded in 1944 by Archbishop Athenagoras as an orphanage it has expanded to be a Residential Child Care Center. The campus covers 150 acres. The goal is to provide a loving home for children to grow into happy productive Orthodox Christians. Both boys and girls are welcome to attend. A home for children in need due to a parent's death, poverty, and abandonment. ...