Ross School

New York, USA

There are 5 distinguishing factors that make Ross School stand out from other boarding schools: 1. Spiral Curriculum and the incredible campus built to support it features art, artifacts, and architectural elements reflective of the global and historical focus. 2. Ross Cafe is one of the best school food programs in the world and has been featured by Martha Stewart and Oprah. 3. Field Academy program sends students all over the world each year on extensive educational and explorational programs. 4. Boarding houses are Hamptons style homes off campus that allow students to live in a spacious and comfortable home and family atmosphere. 5. Grade 12 and post-graduate students complete the Senior Thesis Project, which is an expansive project with almost limitless opportunities that allow seniors to demonstrate their passions through large scale installations, research projects, filmmaking, business and non-profit development, literary publications, etc. 

Ross School Tennis Academy is a highly competitive, internationally recognized program.


Number of students: 210
Grades: 6–12
Year of foundation: 1991
Teacher-student ratio: 1:7
Type of campus: suburban
Summer School: yes
Lenght of stay: trimester and more

About campus

Ross School’s unique facilities are located on a beautiful wooded campus totaling over 60 acres in East Hampton, New York (also known as the East End or the Hamptons). The area, which includes the nearby towns of Southampton, Sag Harbor, and Bridgehampton, offers some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, friendly communities, wetlands, farmland, and relaxed beach village life, as well as elegant real estate, fine dining, and film festivals—all just two hours away from New York City. Conveniently located near JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark airports. 

Interesting facts

Graduates have been accepted to these universities

Boston University

Cornell University

Columbia University

Georgetown University

Middlebury College