King’s Academy is an independent, coeducational boarding and day school for grades seven to 12 nestled within the Madaba countryside of Jordan — and only a two-hour plane ride away from Aramco.
Lake Tahoe Preparatory School is a grade 9-12 California boarding school and day school in the beautiful Sierra Nevada near Lake Tahoe. We offer a rigorous academic program that emphasizes close interaction between faculty and students and focuses on each student’s individual needs.
Serving 315 high school students from around the US and abroad, Landmark School provides a robust, co-ed, boarding program for students with dyslexia and other language-based learning disabilities. We are conveniently located 40 minutes north of Boston, Massachusetts.
Marianapolis Preparatory School is an independent, co-educational, Catholic, boarding and day school located in Thompson, CT for grades 9-12 and postgraduate. It is a vibrant and energetic community of 400 students from many states around the U.S. and over 25 countries worldwide.
Marine Military Academy has been helping young men realize their full potential since 1965. MMA offers both solutions and opportunities and can tackle many issues that lead boys to success. Marine Military Academy is a private, college-preparatory boarding school for young men in grades 7-12 with an optional post-graduate year. Marine Military Academy develops disciplined, morally strong, college-ready young men who are prepared for responsible leadership. MMA also offers an annual Summer Camp for boys from around the world ages 11-18. Campers have the opportunity to converge at MMA for four weeks of authentic Marine adventures and lifelong memories and friendships.
Northfield Mount Hermon is an independent, coed boarding and day school for 650 students in grades 9-12 and postgraduates. Located on a scenic hillside campus overlooking the Connecticut River in Massachusetts, NMH balances academic excellence with opportunities in athletics, the arts, global studies, and community service. Well-educated. Well-informed. Well-prepared. Well-grounded. These are the hallmarks of the NMH experience.
OES prepares students for higher education and lifelong learning. Since 1869, our mission has been to inspire intellectual, physical, social, emotional, artistic and spiritual growth so that students realize their power for good as citizens of local and world communities. We aspire to opening hearts and changing lives forever.
Established in 1842, and located in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, Pickering College is a co-educational independent day (Kindergarten–Grade 12) and boarding school (Grade 7– Grade 12) accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Education. Pickering College is located in the best country in the world for education, according to the 2017 Best Countries report and rankings by the US News & World Report.
Queen Margaret’s School is a welcoming university-preparatory boarding school for Grades 6 to 12 and day school from Kindergarten to Grade 12. Since 1921, Queen Margaret’s School has been helping to prepare for post-secondary education and careers while balancing their equestrian passions and goals.
Randolph-Macon Academy (R-MA), is a college-prep school where students develop confidence, self-discipline, and a sense of independence. It is a co-ed school for grades 6-12 and postgraduates, where superb teachers make a difference in the life of each and every student, and knowledge, leadership, and character have been the core values since the school’s founding in 1892.
A boarding and day school in Winston-Salem, NC, is designed exclusively for girls in grades 9-12. Ranked among the best private high schools in the state, the Academy’s rigorous college preparatory curriculum, combined with individualized support and a nurturing community, results in life-long success. At Salem Academy, girls build the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to succeed in college and in life.
St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School (SAS) is a coeducational boarding and day school enrolling 260 students in Grades 6-12. SAS is located in the beautiful college town of Sewanee, Tenn. Students hail from 14 countries and 15 states, offering a diverse and international community with the safety and charms of a small town. Founded in 1868, the school provides a rigorous and progressive hands-on education, steeped in the traditions of the Episcopal Church.
St. Stephen's is the launching point to a million possibilities. Students who are looking for more out of life excel here. When you decide to attend St. Stephen's, you are making the decision to pursue passion, to pursue excellence, to pursue your aspirations.
Courage. Integrity. Compassion. These are the foundational qualities of The Bolles School, where students cultivate empathy, an All Things Possible approach to life, a passion for service and an awareness of global community. The Bolles School is home to approximately 1,600 day and boarding students in grades Pre-K through 12. Founded in 1933, Bolles features four diverse and co-educational campuses in Jacksonville and Ponte Vedra Beach. The Resident Life program can accommodate more than 90 male and female students from around the world. Bolles offers a comprehensive fine and performing arts program, courses in six languages (including Chinese, Arabic and Japanese), 23 Advanced Placement courses, an affiliation with Global Online Academy, 61 highly ranked sports teams at the middle, JV and varsity levels and countless opportunities to serve, lead and grow in multiple areas of academic study. To learn more about the Bolles experience and the people who define it, visit our website at www.Bolles.org/thisisbolles.
Serving students from around the world for 50 years, The Glenholme School is the premier coeducational, specialized boarding school for middle school and high school students, ages 10 to 18 at enrollment, and post-graduate/foundation year students, ages 18 to 21. The school’s comprehensive learning environment supports the success of young people with high functioning autism spectrum disorders (ASD), ADHD, OCD, Tourette, depression, anxiety, and various learning differences.
Located in Byfield, MA, Governor’s is the oldest continuously operated boarding school in the U.S. More than 400 young men and women in grades 9 through 12 from 23 states and 18 countries create a vibrant, fascinating global community. Two-thirds board and one-third are day students. The Academy sits on a beautiful 450-acre campus with extensive facilities for academics, athletics, and visual and performing arts.
The Gow School is a college-prep boarding school for students, grades 6-12, with dyslexia and similar language-based learning disabilities. Focusing on small class sizes, 3-7 students per class, and a low 4:1 student to faculty ratio, The Gow School offers a multisensory approach to teaching that enables dyslexic students to thrive. The Gow community has a sense of belonging, of equality, and of connection born on common trials and shared triumph.
Marvelwood’s mission is to provide the path that leads to personal growth and academic success for young people willing to get involved in their own education and committed to the challenge of preparing for college. The school is an optimistic place that provides a structured, supportive and challenging environment, celebrates diversity, and awakens untapped potential.
The Webb Schools has a 148-year history of providing challenging academics for grades 7-12 with an emphasis on personal integrity in a small family-like setting. The community of 320 students in grades 6-12 embraces diverse backgrounds, personalities and interests. Together, they become a part of Webb’s great tradition, and with firm loyalty to trust and integrity, grow to become independent, confident, and responsible citizens of the world. The 150-acre campus located in a beautiful, rural setting promotes a focus on personal values so that student acceptance comes from within. These unique qualities are what make Webb The Character of Home®
The Winchendon School was founded in 1926 on the belief that the best secondary education is based on "a scholastic program fitted to the needs and aims of each student.” This philosophy continues to guide us over 90 years later.