Salisbury School was founded and built on what was once a family owned, hard-working farm in the heart of New England and the western Connecticut hills. We can imagine that our founders and those who worked the soil before us would be proud that, as a top-ranked boys boarding school in the twenty first century, our “north star” simply remains "character." The words "Salisbury Gentleman" and "Esse Quam Videri" mean as much today...albeit they seem more counter culture than ever.
Welcome to our Admissions Blog. It is here that we will share interesting articles, tips and stories that relate to secondary school admissions. Our goal is to demystify the admissions process and to provide advice and guidance. Please share these pages with others! The content does not apply solely to Salisbury School.
The average American teen has 150 followers on Instagram, and 18% of teens have over 300 followers. But, how many of those followers are individuals these teenagers are truly connected to? With how many of those followers do teenagers have trusted and valued relationships?
Topics: All Boys School
At various prestigious Connecticut and New England Boarding Schools, the post-graduate year is an increasingly popular option for aspiring students who want to better prepare themselves for college. This blog takes a closer look at the value of post-graduate year and what to expect.
The March 10 application deadline has come and gone, but your family has an interest in pursuing boarding schools. Is it too late? This blog post takes a look at applying to prep schools after the deadline.
While there may be the risk that a school does not have certain enrollment openings based on grade or gender, almost all boarding schools will admit and enroll new students during the late spring and summer months. And, in fact, most schools will tell you that they interview and enroll some of their top applicants during this time period. Strategic admissions offices plan of this.
March 10 is nearly here and that means boarding school admissions decisions will soon be released. This can be a stressful time for many students and families, and there is sure to be a mix of emotions as schools notify individuals of their decisions. In this blog, we take a look at the admissions decisions you may receive and what to do next.
The decision to attend boarding school can be a difficult one. Every school is unique and every applicant's needs and goals are different. Finding the right "fit" is key. In this blog, we take a closer look at the academic, athletic, extracurricular and personal growth reasons for choosing Salisbury.
Students at the nation’s top independent schools live rich and full lives. During their daily routine, students cram in a challenging array of courses, athletic practices, extracurricular commitments, community service work, and a demanding homework load. Although there is an extraordinary sense of accomplishment that accompanies this packed schedule, the epidemic of overscheduling and high-anxiety environments affecting teenagers can stifle creativity.
You've clicked submit and now prepare to wait until March 10 for admissions decisions to be released. You may be one of the many students wondering, should I follow up on my application? In this article, we'll tackle some of the most commonly asked questions admissions offices get after applications are submitted.
One of the major questions for families considering boarding school is, "Can we afford it?" Our Admissions Office knows that the cost of a boarding school education is an incredible investment, and that the financial aid process can be daunting.
In this post, our Director of Financial Aid breaks down the financial aid application process and shares some of Salisbury's finanacial aid statistics.