The Listings 2016
An annual guide to the area’s diverse selection of independent schools
Apple Blossom School & Family Center
Enrollment: Nursery – K
Apple Blossom offers formal parent/child programs based on the Waldorf method of education, which seeks to nurture the head, heart, and hands. Children learn to build their emotional strength. A new extended care program allows parents to drop children off at 8 am to be picked up by 4 pm.
Avon Old Farms (All Boys)
Enrollment: 408, 9 – post-grad, all boys
Founded in 1927, this boy’s boarding school uses programs designed to help young men focus on healthy development during a time when distractions abound. Avon’s core values of honesty, integrity, and community permeate life at this bucolic campus.
Enrollment: 219, K – 9
From classrooms to dorms, Bement aims to learn as a family while encouraging individual accountability. It strives for an academically diverse and multicultural student body that works together to create an intellectually rigorous climate of acceptance and kindness.
Berkshire Country Day
Enrollment: 210, Pre-K – 9
Berkshire Country Day provides a stimulating and challenging education in a supportive and nurturing environment. Students’ academic excellence is coupled with well-rounded development. BCD has expanded its program for visual and performing arts, making these subjects an integral part of the curriculum for students of all ages. The preschool follows the Reggio Emilia approach.
Enrollment: 399, 9 – 12
Established in 1907, Berkshire School prepares 9th-12th graders for a global future. Pioneering programs—advanced math/science, advanced humanities, and sustainability and resource management—coexist with AP offerings in all disciplines. Students embrace the school motto: “Learning—not just for school, but for life.”
Berkshire Waldorf High School
Great Barrington, MA
Enrollment: 35, 9 – 12
In its 13th year, this co-ed college-prep school provides education for truth-seeking adolescents with imagination. A 2:1 ratio of students to faculty creates an atmosphere of academic excellence, artistic fulfillment, openness, and mutual respect with a mission to be affordable to all admitted students.
Brunswick School (All Boys)
Enrollment: 929, Pre-K – 12, all boys
A tradition since 1902, Brunswick aims to develop the “whole boy.” Says one parent: “Top-notch college placement, excellent academics, and strong values attracted us.” The school also features outstanding facilities and competitive athletics.
Canterbury School (Religiously Affiliated)
New Milford, CT
Enrollment: 357, 9 – 12
This Catholic college-prep day and boarding school hopes to inculcate a love of learning in its students to prepare them for life after graduation. The campus boasts a warm family atmosphere that is created by a committed faculty and talented students who want to be part of this community. Gathered from 21 states and 16 countries, students strive to embody five values: honesty, respect, compassion, spirituality, and self-reliance. Academically challenging, the school offers students an array of classes, including more than 20 AP courses. Each student is paired with an advisor who serves as a link between school and outside life.
Chase Collegiate School
Enrollment: 402, Pre-K – 12
Chase believes that strong students deserve a worthy challenge, so it keeps class sizes low—between 11-13 kids. Comprised of a motivated, ambitious, and passionate student body, the Upper School (grades 9-12) offers 14 AP classes for those who wish to deepen their education, and the Lower School has exciting features, such as a Gardening Program, to encourage continuously growing learners.
Enrollment: 418, 8-post-grad
Founded over 220 years ago, this co-educational, college preparatory school boasts a low student-to-teacher ratio of 7:1 and average class size of 12. Cheshire strives to inform its students of international issues, thus creating global citizens. An international baccalaureate program stands out as an extremely unique opportunity for motivated students.
Choate Rosemary Hall
Enrollment: 865, 9 – post-grad
Spread over 400 acres and offering 240 courses, CRH attracts an array of eager learners from across the globe. The school maintains a high standard of academic achievement, but passionate teachers ensure that each individual becomes a critical, independent thinker. Outside the classroom, students excel as athletes, performers, and leaders. Offers programs in China, France, Spain, Japan, and Jordan.
Christian Heritage School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 457, K - 12
This school combines Christian values with a rigorous curriculum and strong athletic program. Through a challenging environment, students learn to face tough problems and take responsibility.
Connecticut Friends School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 75, Pre-K – 8
With 75 students in only 6 multi-age classrooms. The school establishes a formidable environment that challenges and enables students. Interweaves the best of Quaker education with the best of homeschooling.
Convent of the Sacred Heart (Religiously Affiliated, All Girls)
Enrollment: 740, Pre-K – 12, all girls
This independent Catholic, college-prep school teaches academic excellence, spiritual foundation, and modern facilities. Steeped in a solid academic tradition, Sacred Heart educates women to have independence of judgment, personal freedom, and strength of character so that they can become leaders.
Dana Hall School (All Girls)
Enrollment: 466, 6 - 12, all girls
An independent boarding and day school for girls, Dana Hall fosters growth for each individual and prepares them for college and rich, rewarding lives. Students are exposed to challenges and develop analytical and creative thinking abilities through rigorous core requirements that focus intensely on academic skills, like writing and research. Teachers fuel each classroom with fresh information and perspectives gained from sabbatical. Dana Hall also features a Riding Center Horsemanship Camp.
New Lebanon, NY
Enrollment: 107, 9 - 12
Darrow puts learning into action with its expansive, engaging curriculum that focuses on core courses in the arts, science, history, math, English, and foreign languages. Class sizes on average have nine students and an enviable 4:1 student-teacher ratio. The school is also a leading proponent of sustainability, and incorporates the subject into the classroom and community’s way of life.
Eagle Hill-Southport (Special Needs)
Enrollment: 101, K – 8
A school created for intelligent students who experience difficulties due to learning disabilities, Eagle Hill helps children build a foundation to enhance their self-esteem and build social skills. Each student has six daily academic classes, which aim to develop all skill sets such as those used for reading: decoding, comprehension, vocabulary, and oral expression.
The Ethel Walker School (All Girls)
Enrollment: 254, 6 – post-grad, all girls
The Ethel Walker School, founded in 1911 as a college preparatory boarding and day school for girls, is a diverse community dedicated to scholarship, athletics, the arts, community service and wellness. It offers a critical academic experience with a solid foundation. Ethel Walker also boasts a nationally acclaimed equestrian program, which allows students to enjoy the 600-acre campus, and a brand new apiary.
Ezra Academy (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 145, K – 8
Ezra Academy helps children become independent, lifelong learners and caring citizens committed to the Judaic Faith. Classes are rooted in the Jewish tradition of critical thinking and ethical behavior.
Fairfield College Preparatory School (Religiously Affiliated, All Boys)
Enrollment: 901, 9 – 12, all boys
Located on the 200-acre semi-rural Fairfield U campus, Fairfield Prep is a traditional Jesuit high school of excellence. Its mission is to offer the finest college prep, to inspire a love of learning, and to invite each student to deepen his relationship with God. As part of its new 1:1 program, all students will use iPads as educational tools.
Fairfield Country Day School (All Boys)
Enrollment: 258, Pre-K – 9, all boys
Parents like the individual attention small class sizes allow in addition to extensive extracurricular and academic opportunities. The FCDS Honor Code emphasizes integrity, scholarship, and respect. Located on 25 acres, including four playing fields, a gym, and a hockey rink.
Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict-Magnet HS
Fairchild Wheeler follows a brand new, STEM project-based curriculum for students from Bridgeport, Trumbull, Fairfield, Shelton, Stratford, Easton/Redding, Monroe, and Milford. Students can choose either IT, biotechnology/zoology, physical science, math, or aerospace engineering. The school aims to develop future leaders passionate about solving problems.
Forman School (Special Needs)
Enrollment: 206, 9 – Post-grad
A co-ed boarding and day school for students who face dyslexia, ADHD, and other difficulties, Forman boasts a rigorous curriculum, and strong support system. With the guidance of trained professionals and state-of-the-art assistive technology, students are taught to make thoughtful, value-based life decisions.
Fraser-Woods Montessori School
Enrollment: 170, Pre-K – 8
Fraser-Woods knows, understands, and accepts its students, aged 18 months to 14 years, and offers them a space to learn and grow via the Montessori method of teaching.
Glenholme School (Special Needs)
Enrollment: 100, 5 – Post-grad
A boarding school for students with special needs, the Glenholme School offers individually prescribed learning environments coupled with a steadfast academic curriculum. A diverse student bod y aids the development of a global consciousness.
Great Beginnings Montessori
Enrollment: 86, Pre K - 6
This school employs the Montessori teaching method to develop each child’s potential through work and activities that promote social competence, physical coordination, academic excellence, and spiritual nourishment.
Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School
Great Barrington, MA
Enrollment: 212, Pre-K – 8
Since 1971, GBRSS has provided a developmentally appropriate, experiential approach to learning for its students on a 32-acre campus. One of more than 1,000 Waldorf schools worldwide, the school offers a curriculum that integrates fine and practical arts with the sciences, mathematics, literature, and cultural heritage, to foster a lifelong love of learning, clear and precise thinking, a rich and healthy emotional life.
Greens Farms Academy
Enrollment: 695, PreK – 12
A day school committed to helping students through a diligent course of study, Greens Farms embodies the motto “Each for All” by developing critical, creative, and independent thinkers. As students progress, teachers place more emphasis on independent learning. Classes are often gathered around the Harkness table, where students engage in spirited conversation and debate.
Greenwich Academy (All Girls)
Enrollment: 802, Pre-K - 12
Founded in 1827, it is the sixth-oldest girls school in the country, and is uncompromisingly dedicated to building the character of girls and young women. One parent says, “We chose GA because we felt strongly about single-sex education as a tool for building self-esteem.” Athletic teams are competitive, and facilities are top-notch.
Greenwich Country Day School
Enrollment: 893, Pre-K - 9
Founded in 1926, this coed day school defines itself as a “family” that fosters academic excellence. Creative teaching methods instill a lasting love of learning in students. Language and international studies are an important part of the curriculum.
The Gunnery School
Enrollment: 295, 9 – post-grad
Founded in 1850, this co-ed boarding and day school maintains founder Frederick Gunn’s belief that strength of character is the goal of education. The LEADS program helps students form leadership skills to function as active and responsible citizens in a local and global context.
Enrollment: 835, K - 12
The belief that character is higher than intellect permeates the school’s community. Outstanding academics allow for students to expand their minds and succeed in a variety of endeavors.
Hamden Hall Country Day School
Enrollment: 565, Preschool - 12
Hamden Hall is an independent, coeducational preschool through grade 12 day school that fosters the individual growth of every student. It challenges students to develop a strong sense of personal integrity, social responsibility, and a global perspective while preparing them for demanding programs at the collegiate level.
The Harvey School
Enrollment: 342, 6 - 12
Located on a wooded, 125-acre campus, the school (which recently celebrated its centennial) educates highly-motivated students in a warm, supportive setting. With an average class size of ten students, teachers become familiar with individual learning styles. Harvey offers a variety of honors / AP courses in addition to performing arts, sports, and community service.
Hillside School (All Boys)
Enrollment: 145, 5 - 9
Known as “a small school with a big heart,” Hillside offers a carefully balanced curriculum to prepare students for a challenging and successful future. With its 7:1 student to teacher ratio, students are provided the attention and dedication they need to thrive in this boarding and day school. The Hillside Farm and Garden function as a valuable teaching tool for the importance of sustainability. Bonus: the dining hall is praised as one of the finest among boarding schools nationwide.
Holy Cross (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 730, 9 - 12
Holy Cross provides a total Christian education for young men and women. It prepares students for college placement and a successful professional life while stimulating intellectual growth. Qualified juniors and seniors are given the opportunity to complete college courses through the university’s online program.
New Haven, CT
Enrollment: 710, 7 - 12
Located on a 108-acre campus, Hopkins is the third-oldest independent school in the country, and admissions are very competitive. The headmaster says students are challenged to try on the “habits of mind that historians, writers, linguists, scientists, artists, and athletes bring to their disciplines.”
The Hotchkiss School
Enrollment: 600, 9 - Post-grad
An independent boarding school founded in 1891, Hotchkiss’ diverse student body migrates from all over the United States and 34 different countries. Individuals enjoy a beautiful campus that overlooks Lake Wononscopomuc and spans a total of 827 acres. The enriching but challenging curriculum enables graduates to attend the nation’s top universities with an enhanced understanding of a global society.
Housatonic Valley Waldorf School
Enrollment: 150, PreK-8
Based on the ideas of educator and philosopher Rudolf Steiner, a Waldorf education fosters the ability to think with clarity, to feel with compassion, and to initiate change with confidence.
Enrollment: 160, 9 – 12
An independent, college preparatory boarding school, Hyde is devoted to preparing its students with the necessary tools to succeed and excel after graduation. With an average ratio of 6:1 and class size of 12, students can build strong relationships with teachers. The curriculum aims to build character by requiring all students to participate in athletics, performing arts, community service, and campus jobs.
Indian Mountain School
Enrollment: 277, PreK - 9
The school promotes growth and academic excellence in a diverse learning environment. Students learn to be active participants in their education, and teachers engage children in the conversation of learning.
Enrollment: 565, 9 - 12
Faculty encourage and support students as they tackle unique, challenging courses such as screenwriting, Mandarin, and biotechnology. Self-motivation and initiative are rewarded. For instance, one Kent program allows studentsteenagers to build their own course.
Enrollment: 683, Pre-K - 12
The school believes individual accomplishment must link with respect for others and embrace human and cultural diversity. Teachers take a personalized approach to education to foster excellence, and maintain a comprehensive learning profile of students.
Lauralton Hall (Religiously Affiliated, All Girls)
Enrollment: 477, 9 - 12
The school prepares girls to become competent, confident, and compassionate young women. It offers a stern curriculum that highlights critical thinking skills and problem solving.
Litchfield Montessori School
Enrollment: 100, Pre-K - 8
Committed to helping each student acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed for life-long learning.
The Long Ridge School
Enrollment: 120, Pre-K - 5
Long Ridge believes children should be valued by their talents and achieve their highest potential in a challenging academic environment. The 14-acre campus is a natural laboratory for the study of biology, botany, and ecology and is home to the school’s sun-filled academic buildings, and the arts and athletics center. Students spend two years with the same teachers.
Enrollment: 675, 9 - 12
The mission of Loomis Chaffee is to advance the development of spirit, mind, and body in boys and girls drawn from diverse cultures and to inspire in them a commitment to be their best. Academic advisors encourage students to make the most of Loomis’ classes and independent research opportunities.
Maplebrook School (Special Needs)
Enrollment: 74, 6 - 12
Founded in 1945 by parents seeking better education opportunities for their children, Maplebrook has grown into a prominent coeducational boarding and day school for students with learning differences and/or attention deficit disorder (ADD). Maplebrook is a school devoted to the growth and guidance of the character of each student.
Marianapolis Preparatory School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 400, 9 - Post-grad
Dedicated to building character and compassion with a strong foundation of Catholic values and academic excellence. The student body represents 22 countries and each classroom has an 8:1 student-to-teacher ratio. On the 150-acre campus, students stay in renovated dorms, use a new theater/dance studio, and join clubs ranging from the Chit Chat Club to Student Ambassadors.
The Marvelwood School
Enrollment: 160, 9 –post-grad
Though Marvelwood does have a variety of honors and AP courses, it is known for its unique support programs that reflect its dedication to the individual. Community service is an integral pillar of the school.
The Masters School
Dobbs Ferry, NY
Enrollment: 650, 5 - 12
Masters encourages academic achievement, artistic development, and athletic endeavor. The school utilizes the Harkness approach to learning; classes are taught in seminar format around a large, wooden table, which encourages students to take an active role in their learning. Both boarding and day students benefit from the proximity to New York City.
The Mead School
Enrollment: Pre-K – 8
The Mead School offers an intimate setting in which traditional academics combine with hands-on learning. Children are nurtured as lifelong learners and contributors to society.
Enrollment: 284, 9 - 12
A small, co-ed college preparatory boarding school where nurturing and stimulating relationships between students and teachers have been the school’s hallmark since its founding in 1931. Millbrook’s 800-acre campus is also home to Trevor Zoo, the only zoo to currently exist at a high school in the country.
Miss Hall’s School (All Girls)
Enrollment: 205, 9-12
An all girl’s school boasting an 80-acre Berkshires campus, Miss Hall’s believes in teaching students to be the leaders of the next generation. The campus is diverse, comprised of approximately 35 percent international students. To graduate, each girl must participate in Horizons, an off-campus community service program.
Miss Porter’s School (All Girls)
Enrollment: 306, 9 - 12
A community of 306 girls, Miss Porter’s has an average class size of 10. The school’s mission is to provide an exemplary education to young women, with core characteristics of curiosity, global citizenship, integrity, and courage. InterMission, a winter term between first and second semester, offers cross-disciplinary elective courses and culminates in an independent project.
Wilton (lower) 203-834-0440
Norwalk, CT (upper) 203-840-1850
Enrollment: 250, Pre-K - 8
The mission is to adhere to the philosophy of Maria Montessori and to maintain the standard of the Association Montessori Internationale. The school aims to create a joyful community that provides an atmosphere to support the growth of the child. A culinary arts program was created in 2016.
New Canaan Country School
New Canaan, CT
Enrollment: 630, Pre-K - 9
For 100 years, NCCS has combined a deep belief in tradition and the educational value of fundamental skills with an ongoing commitment to creative teaching and self-evaluation.
Notre Dame Catholic High School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 483, 9 - 12
The school’s mission is to help young adults grow in character, faith, and intellect. Students must dedicate a certain number of hours each year to community service in order to graduate. Graphic design courses are offered, which speaks to Notre Dame’s appreciation for the importance of technology in today’s world.
Our Lady of Fatima (Religiously Affiliated)
Based on the principles of Catholic values and teachings, Our Lady of Fatima is a private, co-ed school that seeks to build confident students willing to put the needs of others before their own.
The Rectory School
Enrollment: 255, K - 9
Responsibility, respect, honesty, and compassion is The Rectory School’s creed that speaks to its passion to nurture the individual needs of its students. Founded in 1920 and located in Pomfret on a 138-acre campus, Rectory has a diverse student body with 30 percent from overseas. Academically, Rectory prides itself on the Individualized Instruction Program (IIP), which serves the middle and elementary school. Students enrolled in the program meet with an instructor five days a week in a one-on-one setting.
Enrollment: 286, Pre-K - 8
Parents choose Ridgefield Academy, and its affiliated Landmark Academy pre-school, for three main reasons: a school culture immersed in strong values, a comprehensive academic program, and the close partnership that both students and parents share with teachers. A cutting-edge media center and a fabulous new food service—farm-to-table—can be found there as well.
Rippowam Cisqua School
Mount Kisco, NY (lower) 914-244-1200
Bedford, NY (upper) 914-244-1250
Enrollment: 513, Pre-K - 9
On two campuses, but one mission: to promote critical thinking, individual development, and personal excellence. Parents are drawn to RCS because of the small class sizes, supportive learning environment, and dedicated teachers. Graduates attend prestigious boarding and day schools.
Rumsey Hall School
Washington Depot, CT
Enrollment: 324, K - 9
An independent boarding and day school, it prepares students for the discipline required in secondary schools, through small co-ed classes and sound academics. Students also have the opportunity to participate in theater productions and sports. The newly-constructed dining hall highlights local and sustainable meal options.
Sacred Heart Academy (Religiously Affiliated, All Girls)
Enrollment: 507, 9-12
A private, Catholic high school that instills Christian values in its students while providing a well-rounded curriculum as well as a vast array of electives. The school also has a Summer Internship Program for juniors. Other extracurricular activities include the math league, school newspaper, literary magazine, and even a Random Acts of Kindness club.
Salisbury School (Religiously Affiliated, All Boys)
Enrollment: 310, 9 - post-grad
The school instills in boys a vibrant enthusiasm for learning and the self-confidence needed for intellectual, physical, moral, and spiritual development. Its 700-acre campus provides solid academic and athletic facilities. Salisbury’s course in Entrepreneurial Studies combines college-level economics with experiential learning.
South Kent School (All Boys)
South Kent, CT
Enrollment: 190, 9 - Post-grad
Provides students with the intellectual, moral, physical, and social framework for scholastic achievement. The Center for Innovation teaches sustainability.
St. Aloysius Catholic School (Religiously Affiliated)
New Canaan, CT
Enrollment: 188, K - 8
The curriculum rests upon a foundation of strong Catholic values.
The Stanwich School
Enrollment: 350, Pre-K - 12
Rigorous academics, competitive athletics, a signature arts program, character education and values based on the Judeo-Christian tradition are hallmarks of the Stanwich experience. Project Blessing supports the Cybatanzit village in rural Rwanda.
St. Joseph High School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 830, 9 - 12
St. Joseph’s encourages students to realize their full potential and helps them excel in higher education. On the 25-acre campus, students have the chance to participate in 24 varsity-level athletic teams. All students must fulfill a community service requirement, and the overarching theme changes depending on grade-level.
St. Luke’s School
New Canaan, CT
Enrollment: 527, 5 - 12
A secular, college-prep day school attracts families from over 25 towns. The Center for Leadership emphasizes teamwork, communication, community service, and a global mindset; with the proper skillset, anyone can become a successful leader. This supportive, diverse community inspires students to exceed expectations.
St. Mary School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 266, Pre-K - 8
A popular choice for Catholic parents who want their children to grow in their faith. Faith, academics, and a sense of community are the mission of Saint Mary. Besides building a strong faith, there is a focus on world languages, fine arts and music, science, technology, and math. Grades 5 through 8 participate in the Aldrich Museum student-docent program.
St. Patrick’s School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 190, Pre-K - 8
A caring Catholic-school community where academic excellence is enriched by faith. For 60 years, this co-ed elementary school, founded by the Sisters of Charity, has served Westchester and Connecticut. Facilities include a state-of-the art science lab. Special courses include honors math, music, art, gym, Spanish, computers, and religion. Early drop off, aftercare and extra-curricular activities available.
St. Stephen’s Nursery School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: Nursery - Pre-K
Teaching basic math, reading, and science concepts while helping develop social skills. One parent praised the school’s efforts to make the transition from home to school as seamless and safe as possible.
The Storm King School
Enrollment: 175, 9 - 12
In an environment that encourages stepping outside of one’s comfort zone, both students and faculty recognize the importance of embracing challenges and debates in order to promote growth. Storm King strongly believes in outdoor education, and offers programs ranging from boat building to international service expeditionsEvery Thursday, the dining hall prepares a family-style meal for the entire community.
The Taft School
Enrollment: 594, 9 - Post-grad
Students from 33 states and 30 countries gather on the 220-acre campus of this boarding and day school. The school’s motto is “not to be served but to serve,” and prides itself on building the whole person through an education that is academic, personal, moral and ethical. The Center for Global Leadership offers a two-year program.
Trinity Pawling School (All Boys)
Enrollment: 305, 7 - 12
Set on 150 acres (which includes an arboretum), T-P embraces the core values of integrity, tradition, and community. Under the Effort System, each boy receives a grade on a six-week basis that accounts for academics, the dorm, athletics, and extracurriculars. T-P has engages in a cultural exchange program with St. Paul’s College in Hong Kong.
The Unquowa School
Enrollment: 177, Pre-K - 8
This “school by the brook”offers a traditional liberal arts curriculum with a progressive approach and emphasis on experiential learning. A Summer Farm Camp with classes in art, cooking, and environmental science is offered. Meals are “farm-to-fork.”
Washington Montessori School
New Preston, CT
Enrollment: 250, Pre-K - 8
Dedicated to the intellectual development of students with a special focus on self-reliance, WMS provides a joyful learning community built upon the Montessori philosophy. Four new tennis courts, a soccer field, and a natural playground too!
Westbrook Nature School
West Redding, CT
Enrollment: Pre-K - K
Westbrook makes good use of the nearby streams, meadows, gardens, and other natural playscapes to bolster the nature-based curriculum. Outside the classroom, kids build physical and emotional resilience, moral awareness, and a foundation for intellectual growth.
Westover School (All Girls)
Enrollment: 203, 9 - 12
Westover seeks to inspire the intellectual, artist, athlete, and philosopher. The Rasin Center for Global Justice serves as a medium for girls to explore community service, diversity, environmental sustainability, and international programs.
Enrollment: 385, Pre-K - 8
America’s largest Montessori school, accredited by the American Montessori Society and International Baccalaureate. Its diverse student body represents 40 countries
Williston Northampton School
Enrollment: 530, 7 – 12
Founded in 1841, a student-centered institution with a Middle School and Upper School from 25 states and 27 countries. Classes are discussion-based. Located in Pioneer Valley, it can share resources with the Five College Consortium.
Winston Preparatory School
Enrollment: 100, 4 - 12
An offshoot of its sister school in New York, it caters to students with learning difficulties.
The Woodhall School (All Boys)
Enrollment: 42, 9 - 12
The Woodhall School’s individualized approach to teaching is intended for the unconventional learner, and utilizes multi-modal strategies to support learning.
Wooster School (Religiously Affiliated)
Enrollment: 380, K - 12
Since its founding in 1926, this Episcopal day school has been driven by a commitment to religion, intellectual excellence, simplicity, and hard work. A self-help program has students take responsibility for school upkeep.