Location: Farmington, State of Connecticut (neighboring Hartford)
Type of School: Girls school
Date of Establishment: 1843
Total No. Of Students: 326
Average SAT Score: 1863
About Miss Porter’s School
Established in 1843, Miss Porter’s School is an all girls’ school, which mainly enrols students of grades 9-12 (both day and lodging). The Connecticut Association of Private Schools, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, the Association of Boarding Schools and the Connecticut Educational Department accredited it.
The school covers an area of 50 acres, and it is only a five-minute journey to Farmington River. Harvard, in the State of Connecticut, is 9 miles from the school and students make full use of the social and cultural resources in these locales.
It is also easy to reach New York and Boston. For the school, the classroom is the core place of value. This is where you can find the coexistence of enthusiasm, energy, profundity and sagacity.
There is a strict air of education and attention is paid to building sound relations between teachers and students. Students feel happy to participate in any events, whether it is a party or school meeting.
Admission to Universities
Students that graduated in 2009 were admitted to universities including Brown University, Duke University and the University of Chicago.
Fees and Financial Aid
Requirements for Application
Date of Application: Up to 15 January
Requirements for Admission: TOEFL results needed, SSAT results for reference. It is suggested that the students with TOEFL iBT scores of 80 and an SSAT score of 1900, submit applications.
8:00am – 3:00pm (classes)
3:30pm – 5:30pm (sports)
As a girls’ school, the school focuses on the artistic qualities of the students. Main extracurricular activities inside the school includes dance, ballet, modern dance, badminton, skiing, diving, golf, calisthenics, tennis, yoga and football.