Life-long friendships begin here.
Learning to live independently and managing one’s time is great preparation for college. Most students have roommates, often from a different state or even a different country. Sharing the experience of being away from home with people from all over the world is a strong start to life-long friendships.
Bridging the distance between parents and students is accomplished in a number of ways at 十博最佳体育平台. Each student is assigned an advisor – a faculty mentor who keeps a watchful eye on the student, meets with them regularly and offers academic counseling.
Parents are also able to log on to our intranet to view their child’s schedule, assignment and test grades, attendance, and comments from teachers. And, we have webcasts available for a variety of on-campus events from senior speeches, to athletic competitions to performing arts events.
Twice a year, families are invited to campus to meet with teachers, coaches and most importantly spend time with their children. Special activities and events are planned for these weekends – one typically in October and the other typically in February.
Our teachers and coaches live in the residence halls with their families and pets. More than 30 little - and bigger - faculty children live on campus too!
A map view of where each dorm is located can be found here.
- St. Mary’s Hall: Located on the Middle School campus, is home to 6th-11th grade girls.
- Breck Dormitory: Home to most boys who are in the 9th grade or younger, this dorm is located just west of Parade Field.
- Clapp Dormitory: Home to most of the 10th grade boys.
- Whipple Dormitory: Home to 10th & 11th grade boys. Whipple Dorm is connected to the Upper School through an underground tunnel.
- Kim Hall: Home to senior boys along with post-graduate boys.
- Andreas House: Home to senior girls.
- The Rectory Dormitory: Home to senior girls.