Millbrook School is a coeducational, college preparatory boarding school for students in grades 9-12. Our 800-acre campus is located in Millbrook, NY, and students here have the benefit of a challenging academic program, competitive athletics, fine and performing arts, a tradition of service and environmental stewardship, and abundant leadership opportunities. Explore our website to learn more!
The Hotchkiss School is an independent boarding school located in Lakeville, Connecticut. Founded in 1891, the school provides an education of academic distinction to 635 students in grades 9 through 12, and to a small number of postgraduates. Students at Hotchkiss come from across the United States and around the world. Graduates attend many of the most selective universities and colleges.
The HVRHS community promotes personal and academic growth, as well as independence of thought and spirit for all its members, within a culture of respect, responsibility and safety. The core values that support this statement include a commitment to 21st century academic expectations which encourage all members to grow to their potential, accept and respect different learning styles, solve problems and think analytically, and communicate their ideas effectively. Members of the school community are also expected to make ethical choices, demonstrate social and civic responsibility, and show pride and care for the school and its environment.
The Salisbury Central School learning community works together to empower all students to be inquisitive, independent, and responsible citizens of the global society. We guide and foster each child’s intellectual, emotional, social, and physical development in a safe, challenging, supportive, and collaborative learning environment. We are committed to ensuring that all students leave us prepared for successful learning beyond our school.
The mission of the Housatonic Child Care Center (HCCC) is to provide the highest standard of care for children between the ages of 12 weeks and 6 years whose families reside in Salisbury or, space permitting, surrounding towns; promote school readiness and socialization among our charges; provide financial assistance when necessary to ensure quality child care is available to all working parents; support our staff in their development; and reflect well on the town of Salisbury, whose public support makes our program possible.