Boarding Schools Brewster Academy
|location||type||grades||students||int’l||s-f ratio||class||SAT avg||SSAT||TOEFL|
|Wolfeboro, NH||co-ed||9-12 PG||358||15%||6:1||12||1548||54%||Yes|
Brewster Academy, an international leader in independent secondary education, is widely recognized for its successful innovation in teaching, learning, and accelerated student growth in a vigorous college preparatory environment. Students work in a multi-level curriculum based on individual mastery and participate in interactive classes where collaboration is common practice.
Brewster, a college preparatory school, acknowledges individual learning style differences, employs best practice research in teaching and learning, offers a mastery-based curriculum, and supports this within a technical medium leading to a highly interactive, student-centered and collaborative learning environment.
Who are you? A major part of your learning experience at Brewster will be building the elements of your character—those qualities of your personality that determine the person you are and the person you can become. Building character is a fundamental part of the Brewster experience and our unique recognition program is one system of rewards that encourages student growth and transformation in such key areas as respect, integrity, and service.
Student Activities. Whatever your interests, you’re sure to find a group that shares your interest and enthusiasm. Whether you’re a paintball enthusiast, a knitter, a dancer, or enjoy spending time with children (Brewster Big Friends), there is something for everyone.
Student Government. Seniors hold the offices of senior prefects but any student meeting the eligibility requirements may apply for the position of prefect. The senior prefects represent the student body at regular meetings with members of the administration. Brewster’s student government consists of the senior prefects and the prefects. The student government is the liaison between students and faculty and administration. It seeks to identify areas of need and propose solutions and policy changes. It functions as the general legislative branch of the student body.
Top colleges attended by students
Brown University, Boston University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Harvard University, Bard College, American University, George Washington University, Wake Forest University, Yale University, University of Vermont, Cornell University, Stanford University, Syracuse University, Rice University, University of Michigan, St. Lawrence University, University of Virginia, Bowdoin College
What the school looks for in students…
“We look for the same qualities in International students that we seek in all our students, a desire to succeed and to be a part of a caring community.”