Fay School

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Fay School
Fay School - Southborough, MA - IMG 0707.JPG
Poteris Modo Velis (You Can if You Will)
Address
48 Main Street
Southborough, Massachusetts, 01772
United States
Coordinates 42°18′17″N 71°31′59″W / 42.30472°N 71.53306°W / 42.30472; -71.53306Coordinates: 42°18′17″N 71°31′59″W / 42.30472°N 71.53306°W / 42.30472; -71.53306
Information
Established 1866
Head of School Robert J. Gustavson, Jr.
Faculty 80
Enrollment 475
Average class size 14
Student to teacher ratio 6:1
Campus 30 acre main campus. 36 acre athletic campus
Color(s) Red and White[1]
Mascot Moose
Endowment $45 Million
Website

Fay School is an independent, coeducational day and boarding school, located on a 66-acre (270,000 m2) campus some 25 miles (40 km) from Boston in Southborough, Massachusetts, and is the oldest junior boarding school in the United States.[2] It has 475 students enrolled from Pre-Kindergarten through grade 9; the boarding program (grades 7–9) enrolls 120 students from throughout the United States and more than 19 foreign countries. Fay opened its Primary School (Pre-K to Grade Two) in 2010[3][4] and moved its 6th grade into the Lower School program (now 3rd to 6th) in the 2012–13 school year.[5]

Notable alumni[edit]

Additional reading[edit]

  • Steward, Scott C. The Fay School: A History, 1866–1986. Southborough, MA: The Trustees of Fay School, 1988.

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