When you live where you learn, your intellectual growth is both deliberate and organic, and learning extends well beyond the classroom. Students and faculty share, explore, and discuss ideas inside the classroom, and then continue the conversation throughout the day: on the playing field, in the dining hall, in the dorm, and in casual interactions.
At boarding school, teachers don’t head home when the school day is done: They are there to guide you every step of the way. Faculty members live on campus, share meals with students, and often lead sports or activities. Students and teachers come to know each other as whole people—which means greater opportunity for learning, mentoring, and growth.