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Olney Friends School
Founded in 1837, the Olney Friends School is a co-educational boarding and day school in Barnesville, Ohio. The school is affiliated with the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) and offers a college preparatory program to students in grades 9-12.
The 10 faculty members employ teaching methods based the traditional “unprogrammed” Quaker worship service. Students ask questions and seek their own truth as part of the learning process.
The challenging curriculum requires students to complete 22 hours in academic subjects including religion and fine arts and a 20-page essay.
Students complete 23 hours of community service and outdoor education each year. All students are accepted to four-year university programs before graduation. The cost for tuition, room and board for the 2013-2014 school year is $29,800. Day students pay $8,900.
Boarding Schools in Ohio
The Andrews School is a co-ed day and boarding school. The campus is located on 300 acres in Willoughby, OH. The Andrews School offers day school for grades PK to 12, and boarding school for grades 7-12. Graduating students have a 100% college acceptance rate. With its University prep courses, AP curriculum, and small class sizes, The Andrews School has the education that you want for your child. Tuition ranges from $6,175 for pre-k students all the way to $41,450 for international ...
The Marsh Foundation School is an alternative boarding school located in Van Wert, Ohio. It serves young people age 7 through 17 whose opportunities to lead productive lives have been diminished due to various personal and family circumstances. The school was founded by Mr. George H. Marsh and has a history dating back to 1922. Folklore has it that Mr. Marsh and his wife saw two impoverished children one winter evening while driving home and decided to establish a home ...
Building responsible Christian citizens since 1893, Mount Vernon Academy is a coed boarding school owned and operated by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. More than 7,000 people have attended this Mount Vernon, Ohio campus over the years. Teachers are highly educated, with many of them holding a Master's Degree. MVA has a strong academic curriculum of required and elective high school courses, and an Honors Diploma college prep Dual Credit Program. Work experience is a regular part of student life, and ...