Worcester Academy

Massachusetts, USA

Worcester Academy, a private school in the state of Massachusetts, is one of the oldest day and boarding schools in the country. The school prepares its students not only for the university, but also for life, through an extensive curriculum that combines problem solving, communication skills, hard work, but also fun and creativity. The community at Worcester Academy is made up of students and teachers from all over the world who support and inspire each other.

One of the most famous alumni is Gilbert Hovey Grosvenor, the father of photojournalism and the first full-time editor of National Geographic.

Grades: 6–12, PG
Number of students: 480
Teacher-student ratio: 1:8
Year of foundation: 1834

About campus

Located on a historic campus, it boasts excellent academics, arts, and athletics programs. Worcester Academy's academic buildings were renovated in the past years and they also have a new performing arts facility. Worcester Academy has multiple gymnasiums
and athletic fields, with their New Balance Field having 36 acres of land for athletic facilities. Residence Hall facilities at Worcester Academy include common areas, TV lounges, kitchens, and laundry facilities. You can find there also All-Weather Track.

Interesting facts

Graduates have been accepted to these universities

Harvard University

Yale University

University of Connecticut

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Delaware