Upper School Boarding
“Being in such a supportive, metaphysically grounded, loving environment is the absolute perfect place for a teenager to be!” —Upper School Parent
Our Upper School dorms house students in grades 9–12 and provide a family environment within each hall. Students live with their hall brothers or sisters and a dedicated resident counselor for an entire year, making it easy to develop strong relationships with peers and establish a close connection with an adult adviser and advocate who knows each student well.
Our boarding program is reserved for students who are willing to grow in their individual practice of Christian Science, welcome thoughtful group discussions, and strive to apply these ideas to their daily lives and relationships.
A Typical Day in the Upper School Dorm
A typical school day includes Bible Lesson Study, meals in the school’s dining room, school-day classes, sports or time outdoors, study hall, time with friends, and Wednesday evening church. Weekends are a time for relaxation, planned activities, time with friends, homework, and Sunday School.