Quality in Every Detail
Niche, the premier website for researching America’s schools, recently released the 2019 rankings for the top boarding high schools in America. They based these rankings on a number of key statistics and official data; such data includes college readiness, teacher quality, student and parent reviews, and government ratings. Niche recognizes these schools for their dedication to learning; a history of academic excellence plays a major role, and we see several of our past clients in the top 25.
The top schools:
Phillips Academy ranks #1 on this list, boasting a 5:1 teacher-student ratio and an unbeatably beautiful campus in Andover, MA.
Phillips Exeter Academy isn’t far behind at #2, with a robust multicultural environment and a long history of tradition.
The Lawrenceville School (pictured) at #5 holds a 100% rate for graduates that go on to attend a four-year college. Their New Jersey campus reflects their standing as one of the oldest private high schools in the country.
Deerfield Academy comes in at #6 with a focus on diverse, globally-minded programs for the modern age.
Groton School in Massachusetts holds an incredible campus that complements its commitments to leadership skills and scholarly pursuits.
Cranbrook Schools in Michigan come together for “opportunity that lasts a lifetime,” fostering critical thinking skills in all enrolled students.
The Hotchkiss School embraces a powerful community and world-class teaching on their Connecticut lakefront campus.
The Taft School is both historic and environmentally-minded, having even their oldest building on campus earn the LEED Gold award.
We are very proud to have worked with these clients, and many other educational institutions, in recent years to add their campus appeal and charm. Each one has received our elegant and durable dining, banquet, and grill room chairs, all of which are made in the USA. Congratulations to all of our boarding school clients! We look forward to more rankings in the years ahead. To see all the rankings, please go here.