Tucked into the Berkshire Hills of Western Massachusetts, Miss Hall’s School is one of the foremost college-preparatory schools for girls in the country. Established in 1898, the School combines a traditional college-preparatory curriculum with two innovative, nationally acclaimed programs – Horizons, a weekly off-campus, experiential learning opportunity, and the Girls’ Leadership Project, which transforms the School into a leadership laboratory.
Approximately 185 boarding and day students in grades nine through twelve come from 20 states and 20 countries. The student body is diverse with 22 percent of the students being of color and 30 percent being international. Approximately 50 percent of the students receive some level of financial assistance to attend the School.
The School sits on 80 acres in Berkshire County and employs 80 women and men who teach, administer the program, and secure and maintain the buildings and grounds.
Governance of the School is through a 25-member Board of Trustees comprised of alumnae and current and past parents.
There are over 3,000 alumnae living in 49 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands, and 43 countries around the globe.
Miss Hall’s School is accredited by the New England Association of Independent Schools and Colleges and is a member of the Association of Schools in New England, the National Association of Independent Schools, the Association of Boarding Schools, the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools, and the Secondary School Admission Test Board.
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Miss Hall's School Mission Statement
|Miss Hall's School inspires and encourages each girl to pursue the highest standards of learning and character; to contribute boldly and creatively to the common good; and to seek a purposeful life based on honor, respect, and personal authenticity. |
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