The Kiski School is a prestigious private boarding and day school serving young men in grades 9-12. The school was founded by Princeton graduate Andrew W. Wilson in 1888 in rural Saltsburg, Pennsylvania overlooking the Kiskiminetas River.

The Kiski Cougars embrace diversity, and the school has no religious affiliation. Kiski Cougars enjoy a small teacher to student ratio, with 10 or fewer students per class in most cases.

Tuition costs are approximately $25,500 for day students and $43,500 for boarding students, with nearly 40% of students receiving financial aid.

Just over 70% of applicants are accepted to attend Kiski. Over one third of students attending the Kiski School are international students. All students participate in athletics, and there are 10 sports teams at the varsity level.