Noteworthy and interesting observations of boarding schools, school programs, groups of schools and boarding school life that catch our eye.
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As more and more families and students go online and dive into social media, schools too are working to engage with families across different social networks and platforms.
CPT Charles Cook talks about his journey from Riverside Military Academy student; to West Point; to the Air Force; to early retirement; then, back into active duty as member of the West Point Admission team.
While most, if not all independent schools boast small classroom sizes and cozy campus communities, there are several small boarding schools whose goal is to intentionally keep enrollment below 200 students.
A scouting report of five boarding schools that offer field hockey at the competitive levels in single-sex and coeducational environments.
Boarding schools offer football experiences akin to that of small New England liberal arts colleges- tradition rich experiences and programs across all levels of play.
Soccer is the second most popular sport among Americans ages 12-24, according to a recent survey. Nowhere is its popularity more evident than at boarding schools.
For many students, summer provides an opportunity to live independently away at summer boarding school.
Learn about six schools with rowing programs of varied histories & skill levels.
A showcase of 5 boarding school drama programs from across North America.
Whether you're a competitive skier or snowboarder, a rec athlete, or interested in becoming a ski patroller, having a ski hill in your backyard is sure to provide extraordinary opportunities that can make your boarding school experience even richer.