Quick Facts

The School

  • Serves 140 students in grades 9-12
  • 36 faculty members; 16 non-teaching staff members
  • 83% of teachers have an advanced degree. Highest degree held among teachers: 39% doctorate, 44% master’s, and 17% bachelor’s
  • 12 students per class on average
  • 5 to 1 student-to-faculty ratio and one-on-one advisory program

The Students

  • 55% boys and 45% girls
  • 47% students of color
  • Previous school: 51% independent, 44% public, 2% parochial, and 3% homeschool
  • Top hometowns: Boston, Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, Sharon, Winchester, Somerville
  • Top colleges 2014-19: University of Chicago, Brown University, Harvard College, Northeastern University, UMASS Amherst, Cornell University, Haverford College, New York University, Swarthmore College, Tufts University, Columbia University, Smith College, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Washington University St. Louis
  • Mean SAT scores for the Class of 2019 and 2020: 750 Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, 750 Math
  • National Merit Scholarship Program: in the classes of 2013-2018, 16% of students were recognized as Finalists, 28% as Semifinalists, and 36% as Commended Students.
  • Advanced Placement Scholars: since 2015, 18 students have been recognized as National Scholars, 35 as Scholars with Distinction, 25 as Scholars with Honor, and 13 as Scholars

Financial Information

  • 2019-20 tuition: $45,848 with additional fees of $1,971
  • 32% of students receive financial aid
  • Total financial aid granted: $1.3 million
  • Average financial aid package: $29,443