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Windsor, Connecticut, USA view map
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
4 Batchelder Road, Windsor, Connecticut, USA
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Average Class Size: 11
Full Time Teachers: 168
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 63.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5/1
Saturday Classes: Yes
Number of AP Courses Offered: 19
Department Director: Aaron Hess
Number of Dorms: 11
Average Students Per Dorm: 40
No. of Girls Dorms: 5
No. of Boys Dorms: 6
Dress Code: Other
Clubs and Organizations
Arts Department Director: Jennifer McCandless
Athletics Department Director: Robertson Howe
Department Director: Web Trenchard
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
George P. Shultz (Class of 1938) U.S. Secretary of State
Henry R. Kravis (Class of 1963) Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.founding partner
Jason Wu (Class of 2001) Fashion Designer
Gretchen Ulion (Class of 1990) Olympic Gold Medalist
Arthur O. Sulzberger (Class of 1945) Chairman/Publisher The New York Times
Pauline Chen M.D. (Class of 1982) Transplant Surgeon and Author - Final Exam:A Surgeon's Reflections on Mortality
Frank Bruni (Class of 1982) Author and Columnist, The New York Times & The New York Times Magazine
Summary: WHY settle for
insist on an
extraordinary summer! The Loomis Chaffee Summer Program is divided into an upper school program for students entering grades 10-12 and a middle school program for students entering grades 7-9. Your individually designed course schedule will include one major, one writing, and one minor course. A five-week immersion geometry course is also available for qualified students as are SSAT and SAT preparatory courses.
Build a robot, learn Chinese, throw a
pot, write a poem, conquer geometry,
dance, play squash, make new friends
—join the fun at the Loomis Chaffee
Explore both familiar and new subjects in an atmosphere that inspires academic engagement,enrichment, and growth. You will
learn alongside peers from around the world in small, experiential
classrooms. Our talented and
caring faculty—experts in their respective disciplines—offer a broad curriculum that includes writing,
science, robotics, visual arts, history,
mathematics, and languages. Outside of the classrooms, you will participate in daily recreational activities and enjoy weekend excursions to nearby destinations including Boston, New York City, Mystic Seaport, and the Rhode Island Shore. New ideas, new skills, new places, new passions, and new friends await you.
Department Director: Jeffrey Scanlon
June 29, 2014 to August 02, 2014
WHERE THE WONDERS OF SUMMER MEET THE JOYS OF LEARNING
Registration Deadline: June 01, 2014
Financial Aid Available: Yes
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