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Blair Academy


2 Park Street Blairstown NJ 07825
908-362-2024

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Fenster School


8500 E. Ocotillo Drive Tucson AZ 85750
520-749-3340

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George School


690 Newtown Langhorne Road Newtown PA 18940
215-579-6500
Founded in 1893 by members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), George School, a rigorous coed boarding and day school for grades nine through twelve, educates students from 21 states, 32 foreign countries, and a variety of ethnic, racial, religious, and economic backgrounds. Through its commitment to diversity and the Quaker values of equality, integrity, and peacemaking, George School inspires students to be led by their own truths while respecting and appreciating opinions and beliefs different from their own. For information about admission, please call 215.579.6547.

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Peddie School


South Main Street Hightstown NJ 08520
609-490-7500
As one of the nation’s premier boarding and day schools for grades 9-12, Peddie School combines academic rigor with a focus on the development of the whole person – personally, socially and intellectually. With a student-teacher ratio of 6:1, Peddie encourages students to reach for new levels of achievement in a particularly supportive and diverse community. Thanks to a substantial financial aid budget, more than 40% of Peddie’s students are awarded financial aid. The school’s ultimate mission is to prepare graduates to succeed in the nation’s leading colleges and universities as well as develop skills to serve and lead in an increasingly complex world.

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Purnell School


51 Pottersville Road Pottersville NJ 07979
908-439-2154

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Salisbury School


251 Canaan Road Salisbury CT 06068

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Solebury School


6832 Phillips Mill Road New Hope PA 18938
215-862-5261
Open House October 16, 2016, 1-4pm

. Solebury School is a coed, college preparatory, boarding and day school, for 235 students in grades 7-12. Students may board beginning in 9th grade. Our small size, the individual attention we give our students and the deep mutual respect between faculty and students are the cornerstones of our success. Honors and AP courses, an ESL program for International students, a Learning Skills program, and a full range of arts, athletics and activities make our program distinct. Solebury's beautiful 90-acre campus is located on Phillips Mill Road, two and one half miles north of New Hope, in the heart of historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, mid-way between New York City and Philadelphia.

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The Hill School


717 East High Street Pottstown PA 19464
610-326-1000

2016 Open House - Oct. 22, 9am.

The Hill School’s mission is to prepare young men and women for success in college, careers, and life. The Hill distinguishes itself by nurturing students’ sense of personal responsibility, genuine friendships, and ethical reflection, as expressed in our motto, “Whatsoever Things Are True.” The School embraces academic challenge (offering 24 Advanced Placement subjects in addition to numerous Honors courses), diversity (with students drawn from 34 states and 20 countries), and traditions that range from a dress code and nondenominational community chapel services to seated meals enjoyed with teachers and their families. Classes are small – with a seven-to-one student-to-faculty ratio and an average class size of 12. Activities range from athletics - with 29 interscholastic teams, community service opportunities, 40 student-run organizations, and performance and exhibit venues in music, dramatics, and studio arts.

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The Hun School Of Princeton


176 Edgerstoune Road Princeton NJ 08540
609.921.7600
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent college preparatory school perched along three hilltops in Princeton, New Jersey. Middle School, Upper School and post-graduate Programs comprise a student body of 610, representing a diverse blend of nationalities, races, religions, and traditions. The Hun School is a twenty-four hour, culturally diverse campus, in one of the most academically-minded communities in the world. Graduates attend an extensive roster of competitive colleges and universities. The School’s 2011 admissions season was its most competitive in School history. The 45-acre campus has three distinctive areas. Students call it, “live, work, play” - a reference to the life of balance that is encouraged and the facilities that reinforce it.

“The relationships built in our relaxed, joyful atmosphere are the foundation for trust and mentorship in the classroom,” - Headmaster Jonathan Brougham.

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The Lawrenceville School


2500 Main Street Lawrenceville NJ 08648
609-896-0400

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The Pennington School


112 West Delaware Avenue Pennington NJ 08534
609-737-1838
The Pennington School is an independent, coeducational school for students in grades 6 through 12, with both day and boarding programs with 488 students from 6 states and 12 countries. The challenging curriculum is college preparatory, with a strong emphasis on fostering the development of the whole student through academics, athletics, community service, and the creative and performing arts. There are also small programs for international students and for bright students with language-based learning differences. At Pennington, teachers believe that the real purpose of education is not to fill students with information but to enable them to think. Faculty members focus not only on what they can teach the students, but also on what the varied perspectives of the student body may contribute to the entire educational experience. Founded in 1838, The Pennington School values both tradition and innovation.

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