Founded : 1890
Third form through sixth form (grades 9-12), including a post-graduate year option
860 students on campus
Boarding - 630; Day - 230; Students come from 38 states and District of Columbia and 4w countries and regions
New student applications for Fall 2016– 2,088 (decisioned) and 2143 (submitted)
New students enrolled – 239
Average GPA of accepted students –3.8
Students of Color: 31%
Endowment: $346 million as of June 30, 2009
Faculty: 118 full-time and 20 part-time teachers; 62 administrative faculty; 70% hold advanced degrees
Average Class Size: 12; student/faculty ratio: 6:1
Curriculum: Nearly 300 courses, including traditional subjects as well as robotics,programming, economics, and rich offerings in the arts. Also availableare multidisciplinary courses such as neuroscience, reverse engineering, introto design, journalism and visual math, several of which are taught in ouri.d.Lab, a mindset and makerspace with learning tools for alldisciplines. Online courses, trimester abroad opportunities, andSignature Programs (in the arts, laboratory research, the environment, andArabic) allow our students to explore and excel.
458 acres with 121 buildings (all dormitory rooms wired for internet access); wireless access also available in all academic spaces and in the Student Activities Center and Athletic Center.