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Pomfret, Connecticut, USA view map
528 Pomfret Street, P.O. Box 68, Pomfret, Connecticut, USA
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Summary: Rectory recognizes that each student is unique and brings to our community individual interests, strengths, and goals. Since 1920 Rectory has merged the time-tested with the innovative, while thinking broadly and open-mindedly about what contributes to the optimal learning experience. Our programmatic offerings provide essential opportunities to develop critical academic and life skills, and our instructional approach leverages the power of technology as a teaching and learning tool. A focus on the individual assures that each student is challenged, encouraged, and supported. Our purpose is to develop in our students the confidence, competence, and character necessary for them to be successful, contributing, principled members of the many communities they will inhabit.
Department Director: Lisa Levesque
Average Class Size: 12
Full Time Teachers: 38
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 29.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 9:1
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Notable Achievements: Reaccreditation 2010, 1:1 Laptop Program, Tech Integration
Summary: Living at Rectory is like being part of a campus-wide, extended family. Dorm parents and their "children" become like family working together to create a safe, productive, and nurturing environment. Each person must take ownership of his or her life, while receiving necessary support to accomplish goals. The bonds that are made on campus last a lifetime.
Department Director: Kerri Nagle
Number of Dorms: 11
Average Students Per Dorm: 13
No. of Girls Dorms: 5
No. of Boys Dorms: 6
Dress Code: Formal
Summary: Life on Rectory's campus provides varied activities to keep students involved and happy. We offer a weekly activity time with a variety of fun clubs. Off campus trips include skiing, movies, bowling, roller skating, and sporting events. Our Director of Student Activities works with our students to provide activities that are fun for everyone!
Clubs and Organizations
Summary: Rectory students are involved in the arts and athletics. Our performing and visual arts inspire creativity, while our sports program challenges all abilities from the novice to the seasoned athlete.
Arts Department Director: Donna Bessette
Athletics Department Director: Michael Healy
Notable Achievements: This winter we are offering Squash!
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Summary: Summer@Rectory is ideal for prospective students to learn
about Rectory, for new students to prepare for their fall enrollment,
for returning students to reinforce their skills, and for any student to experience a rewarding and fun-filled summer. Our four-week program balances academics, athletics, fine and performing arts, and recreational activities. In the morning
session, students refresh their academic knowledge and skills,learn study strategies, increase their English language proficiency, and explore new ideas through a variety of courses,including Individualized Instruction on a topic of their choice.
The afternoon schedule features FOCUS sessions for learning outside the classroom, a workshop in
musical theater, and our recreational program, Afternoons of
Fun. Weekend plans involve exciting field trips and off-campus
Summer@Rectory offers all the qualities that characterize the
Rectory experience: a caring faculty, a welcoming community, a
lovely campus, and an individualized approach to personal and
Department Director: Colleen O'Neil
June 23, 2014 to July 18, 2014
Summer@Rectory’s 4-week program offers boys and girls from around the country and the world a recreational, educational, and exciting summer. Learn more about your adventure by exploring our website www.rectoryschool.org. Allow this summer to be like no other by attending Summer@Rectory!
Registration Deadline: June 01, 2014
Financial Aid Available: Yes
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