Students: 157 | Faculty: 30 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
American Hebrew Academy
The American Hebrew Academy is a Jewish secondary school based in Greensboro, NC. Founded in 2001 as a place where local Jewish teens could receive a comprehensive education in both secular and religious fields, this school now attracts students from across America.
This boarding school is Co-ed and privately funded. Tuition costs are currently $33,800 for boarders, and $22,800 for day students. All high school grades are taught on the school’s large, gated campus.
The school also has 16 interscholastic sports teams, all of which go by the school’s team name, the Eagles.
Classes are small here, with no more than 12 students per class in most cases, and the Harkness teaching method is used to give students the most one-on-one time possible.
Boarding Schools in North Carolina
Wellspring Academy of the Carolinas is located in Brevard, North Carolina. It was founded in 2007. This boarding academy focuses on weight loss and a behavioral change towards food while attendees continue their traditional education. Wellspring Academy is coed, grades 8-12. Wellspring Academy of the Carolinas is located on 220 beautiful, rural acres. Sports like baseball, basketball, swimming, tennis, and track and field are offered and encouraged. The student to teacher ratio is a good one with five students to one teacher, on ...
Located in beautiful Burnsville, NC, is the Arthur Morgan School. Founded in 1962 this boarding and day school was set up to follow the Quaker principles for living. Those Quaker values are still taught today and include respect for self, others and the environment. The campus is located in the Celo Community on 1200 acres of wilderness and communal property. The land trust ensures that students will learn the values of a community working together. The students and teachers live, make ...
The UNC School of the Arts was founded in 1963. Today this publicly-funded school has over 1,100 students enrolled in high school, undergraduate, and graduate studies in fields such as art, filmmaking, and drama. The school has a 77-acre campus in Winston-Salem, NC. Their official mascot is the Fighting Pickle, even though there are no officially sanctioned sports teams. The school's biggest annual event is the all school musical, an occasion where students from all 5 of the conservatory's art schools ...