Since 1898 Miss Hall's School has been a proud member of the Berkshire County and Pittsfield communities.
The School employs more than 110 women and men, and its spending on payroll, benefits, and the purchase of goods and services provides a direct economic benefit of more than $7 million per year in the local area.
More than 150 boarding students attend MHS, and their spending throughout the school year, and the spending of their visiting parents provides financial benefits to local businesses.
Tuition is waived for the daughters of employees who meet the admission standards and enroll at the School.
Annually, several tens of thousands of dollars of merit aid is awarded to outstanding Berkshire County girls who are named Berkshire County Scholars.
Through Horizons, the School's experiential and service-learning program, MHS students contribute more than 12,000 hours of volunteer service annually to Berkshire County social service organizations, schools, hospitals, arts institutions, and businesses.
MHS faculty and staff volunteer hundreds of hours to local causes and social service organizations countywide.
Since 1987, MHS faculty and staff have donated a total of more than $121,000 to the Berkshire County United Way.
Through the MHS Z-Club, a community service club on campus, Miss Hall's students donate funds and volunteer hours to local causes.
Throughout the year, local service organizations, such as Special Olympics, use the MHS facilities free of charge.
Miss Hall's School is the summer home of the Tanglewood Music Center, hosting approximately 165 pre-professional musicians from around the globe.
Nearly 300 alumnae reside, work, and own businesses in Pittsfield and the surrounding areas.
The School annually convenes Money Matters, a financial literacy workshop, for area eighth-grade girls. Local businesses and financial institutions partner with the School and provide financial backing, and area businesswomen act as mentors for the approximately 150 girls who attend.
The School convenes the annual Board of Visitors meeting every fall and welcomes approximately 100 guests to campus. Many of these professional women and men travel from a distance for the meeting and stay in area hotels and inns.
Annual events, such as Alumnae Weekend, Commencement, fall and spring Family Weekends, and Open Houses for prospective students and their families, bring hundreds of visitors to the Miss Hall’s campus and to the Berkshires, supporting local businesses during their visits.