Your new home
We’ve been on Holmes Road for more than 100 years, and the campus has never looked better.
Miss Hall’s is located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, part of the broader Berkshires community — one of the greatest centers of culture and education in the Northeast.
Designed by legendary landscape architecture firm Olmsted Brothers — Frederick Law Olmsted was the mastermind behind Central Park and the 1892 Chicago Exposition — ours is a leafy, 80-acre campus with rolling hills, a lake, and a gazebo. Our renowned Main Building, an exemplar of the Georgian style, was completed in 1924; the most recent building, Linn Hall, is an interdisciplinary building focused on STEAM and innovation — it was completed in 2016.
In acknowledgement of its beauty and comfort, our campus has long been the residential home for the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s Tanglewood Music Center musicians each summer.
Our priority at all times is the safety and well-being of our students. We employ full-time security staff who are integrated into our campus community, all buildings employ a key-card system, and numerous on-campus faculty apartments ensure that students can reach help whenever they need it.
Safety continues to be top of mind while we make plans for re-opening the school. Read more about how we’re protecting our community.
At home in the Berkshires
We are deeply connected to the rich cultural, recreational, and natural opportunities that the Berkshires afford. Our students and staff are regular fixtures at local hot spots like Dottie’s Coffee Lounge, local farmers markets, and an abundance of local and regional shopping opportunities.
There are numerous opportunities for skiing, hiking, and horseback riding, and regional universities like Williams, Amherst, and Smith offer regular educational and social events. The Berkshires’ world-renowned cultural institutions are accessible to our students for enjoyment or study: MASS MoCA, Tanglewood, Jacob’s Pillow, the Norman Rockwell Museum, and more.
And, of course, our signature Horizons program fosters deep and ongoing connections to organizations throughout the Berkshires community, allowing students the chance to give back to their neighbors, bolster their skills with local experts and artisans, and gain invaluable career experience.
During the pandemic, as many local organizations have struggled, our students have stepped up to support them, helping with everything from PPE donations for local hospitals to assisting with meals at local soup kitchens.
For more on regional activities, please visit the Berkshires website.
Join our community
If you are looking to join a warm, energetic, and dedicated community as a faculty member or staff member, learn more about employment at Miss Hall’s.