At a Glance2019-02-19T08:52:37-04:00
At a Glance
The Basics

Year Founded: 1867

Grades: 8th – PG

Student population: 195 (139 boarding, and 56 day)

Countries represented: 23

Alumni: 2,441 (residing in 49 Countries and growing!)

Interscholastic sports offered: 17

Campus size: 51 acres 

Academic Curriculum

Courses offered: 125
Advanced Placement classes: 10
Honors classes: 6
 Signature Programs: 3
Q-terms
Capstone
Cornerstone
Class Length: 70, or 75 minutes
Average Class Size: 6
Student/teacher ratio: 6:1
SAT average: 1,200

Faculty

Number of teaching faculty: 37
Number of faculty with advanced degrees: 23 (65%)
Number of faculty in residence: 24 (65%)

Financial Information

Tuition Boarding: $61,700
Tuition Day: $33,500
Students receiving financial aid: 47%
Financial aid budget: $2.1M

Endowment: $2.5M

Athletic Offerings

Fall:
Girls Soccer

Boys Soccer
Volleyball
Cross-Country
Fitness
Crew
Hiking

Winter:
Boys Basketball

Girls Basketball
E-Sports
Fencing
Bowling
Rock Climbing
Wrestling
Fitness

Spring:
Girls Tennis

Boys Tennis
Girls Lacrosse
Boys Lacrosse
Baseball
Softball
Mountain Biking
Ultimate Frisbee

Art Classes Offered

Visual Arts: 
8th Grade Art

Advanced Studio Art
AP Studio Art
Digital Art
Drawing & Painting
Fashion Design
Global Studies Art
Introduction to Art
Introduction to Studio Art
Video Production

Dance:
Advanced Dance
Dance

Theatre:
Acting
Stage Craft
Fall Play
Spring Musical
Acting Club

Music:
Advanced Music Theory
Chorus
Ensemble
Introduction to Piano
Piano
Private Lessons
Voice

Accreditation

Affiliations

Notable Alumni
An Olympic fencer who competed for the U.S. Team at the 1924 Olympics. He was an integral part of developing the school’s fencing program, which continues to this day.

A former U.S. Ambassador to Honduras and founder of Civil Air Transport (CAT)

President of Walter Reade Organization, owned and operated movie theaters, and distributed films. The school’s theater is named for Walter Reade Jr.

Writer, conservationist, son of great American author Ernest Hemingway

An Olympic rower who competed for the U.S. Team at the 1952 Olympics

Nationally acclaimed film and television series writer, producer, and director. Winner of: Peabody Award for Excellence in Television Programming, The International Documentary Association Best Series Award, Cine Gold Eagle Award, and Chris Award. Three national Emmy nominations. Writer of ten books for young adults on social issues. Teacher at Fordham University and University of New Haven.

Astronomer, pioneer in publication and linking of electronic science journals

A Country music star, his biggest hit as a writer is considered to be the song “Everlasting Love”.

Photographer, radio producer, television producer, music supervisor, and actor.

Hungarian-born artist and author

An American photographer, film director, publicist, and author.

Former Congressman and Senator from New Jersey

An American voice-over actor, known for providing the opening narration of all US shows in the Law & Order franchise

An Academy Award winning cinematographer, director

An actor on Broadway (On Golden Pond, Grease); in over 150 TV commercials with 4 CLIO awards; longtime actor on daytime TV; 4 Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Actor; currently President of TV production company GoldLine Entertainment

A boxer, two-time Golden Gloves winner, trainer on the NBC’s “The Biggest Loser”

Professional basketball player, 2nd round draft pick of the Detroit Pistons