Saint Paul Lutheran High School is a private, college-preparatory high school for students in grades 9-12. We were founded in 1883 and have around 200 students from 9 US states and 17 different countries. Over 140 of our students live on campus in a dormitory setting.
South Hills Academy is host to groups and individuals from other countries who seek to develop their English language skills and learn more about American Culture. Students are integrated into grade/age appropriate classes including individualized schedules.
Southwestern Academy is a nonprofit, coeducational college preparatory school for grades 6-12, with two campuses—one in San Marino, California and the other in Rimrock, Arizona, United States. The school is accredited by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges). The school offers boarding and day enrollment for 145 students for grades 6-12 in San Marino and 40 students for grades 9-12 at the Rimrock campus. A year of postgraduate studies is offered at both campuses. Students can transfer between the two campuses. The school was founded in 1924 by Maurice Veronda, father of the current headmaster, Kenneth Veronda.
St. Johnsbury Academy is an independent, coeducational day and boarding school for students in grades 9 to 12 and a post-graduate year.
St. Michael’s Senior School is a co-educational Boarding & Day School starting at prep through to sixth form, supporting approximately 400 pupils.
St. Timothy’s School is a private school for girls in Maryland – serving boarding and day students grades 9-12 – with an unparalleled setting, strong community, comprehensive resources, and premier education based on the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program (IB).
Steamboat Mountain School was founded in 1957 by traveler, outdoorsman, adventurer, horseman, cowboy, and entrepreneur Lowell Whiteman, and it bears his Renaissance-man imprint today. At the heart of the School is an outstanding college-preparatory curriculum taught by some of the most interesting and dedicated faculty members you’re likely to meet anywhere. Learning is challenging and engaging and happens in small classes that involve you deeply in your education. Our students come from 14 states and 6 countries, and bring with them an adventurous spirit and a thirst for learning.
When Stevenson opened its doors in 1952 with 18 boys, six old buildings, 17 acres of land and no tangible means of support, only founder Robert Ricklefs would have had the courage to dream that within 50 years it would be a nationally and internationally respected school with 750 students and 30 buildings on 50 acres of land and two campuses, in two of the most beautiful and popular neighborhoods in North America and, indeed, the world.
Stoneleigh-Burnham School is the result of the merger of five girls’ schools, dating back to 1869 with the Prospect Hill School of Greenfield, Massachusetts. Our mission then was “to prepare girls for the rigors of a college education.” Today our focus remains the same.