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Hoosac School

P.O. Box 9
Hoosick, New York, USA Show Phone Number   

HOOSAC SCHOOL, founded in 1889, is a coeducational, college preparatory school enrolling boarders and a few day students in Forms II-VI (Grades 8-12) and a postgraduate program. Hoosick, a hamlet of 350 residents, is in the Hudson Valley near the borders of New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Albany and Troy are 45 minutes away, and Bennington and Williams colleges are within a 20-minute drive. Hoosac students have library privileges at the colleges and at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and enjoy many cultural programs offered on these campuses....

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The Peddie School

South Main St.
Hightstown, New Jersey, USA Show Phone Number   

"With a rich history of tradition and innovation dating back to 1864, Peddie has long been one of the nation’s premier boarding schools. Our ultimate mission is to provide our students with vigorous preparation for college and to inspire them to strive for the highest quality of citizenship." Location – Peddie School is in Hightstown, N.J., approximately eight miles from Princeton and 50 miles from both New York City and Philadelphia. Enrollment – Peddie enrolls 537 young men and women in grades 9 through 12, including 8 postgraduate students. Our student body represents 22 states and the District of Columbia,...

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Westminster School

995 Hopmeadow Street
Simsbury, Connecticut, USA Show Phone Number   

Westminster School enjoys a reputation as one of the finest college-preparatory schools, and certainly one of the very top small boarding schools, in the country. The challenging academic program, grounded in the liberal arts tradition, prepares students in grades 9-12 and postgraduate for academic success and the rigors of college while cultivating in them a love of learning that becomes a lifelong habit. Westminster School is a diverse, close-knit community of 89 faculty and 385 students (two-thirds boarding, one-third day students) from across the country and around the world. Nearly one third of the students receive financial aid from the...

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Wyoming Seminary

201 North Sprague Avenue
Kingston, Pennsylvania, USA Show Phone Number   

In September, 1844, in the rural village of Kingston, 14 girls and 17 boys became the first Wyoming Seminary students. The new school was one of America's first co-educational boarding schools. Founded by Methodist leaders, but welcoming all denominations, Wyoming Seminary educated young men and women from northeastern Pennsylvania and southern New York. Following the Civil War, the school grew significantly, adding a commercial department to prepare students for employment in the region's mining, banking and manufacturing concerns. Its college preparatory program readied young men and women for success at leading colleges and the new comprehensive universities that emerged in...

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