The Rectory School

An Independent, Coed, Junior Boarding (5-9) and Day School (Early Childhood-9)

Rectory at a Glance

LIBRARY:
8,500 volumes, 34 magazine titles, 3 daily newspapers, 30 periodical titles

TECHNOLOGY:
Classrooms: 25 classrooms are equipped with a computer, projector and interactive SmartBoard.
Learning Lab: 10 iMacs along with a large amount of project room.
K-5th-grade classrooms: Each classroom has a set of iPads. They also have access to Google ChromeBooks through the library.
6th-9th-grade classrooms: Google ChromeBooks are provided by the school to each student and actively incorporated into the daily teaching and learning.

GEOGRAPHIC REPRESENTATION:

United States 65 percent
International 35 percent

GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION

International: Austria, Bermuda,Canada,China,Hong Kong, Japan,Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Russia, Rwanda, Singapore, Thailand,

United States: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Florida, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Vermont, Wisconsin

ATHLETIC TEAMS: 39

  • Fall- cross country, tackle football, flag football, fall outdoor adventures, equestrian, 3 boys soccer, and 2 girls soccer, 2 girls volleyball
  • Winter- 4 boys basketball, 2 girls basketball, dance, fencing, fitness, 2 hockey, wrestling, squash, and swimming
  • Spring - 2 baseball, golf, 2 boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, softball, spring outdoor adventures, 2 tennis, and track

  • 138 acres in bucolic Pomfret, Connecticut;
  • 24 buildings, including 11 dormitories, and the John B. Bigelow Academic Center, which houses the library, offices, classrooms, computer and science labs;
  • P.Y. and Kinmay Tang Performing Arts Center, which offers a 236-seat auditorium, music classrooms, and practice rooms;
  • Craig Colhoun Athletic Center, which includes the gym, state-of-the-art fitness center, wrestling room, locker rooms, and athletic trainer's office;
  • Outdoor athletic facilities with six tennis courts, six athletic fields, the Jeffrey Langford Memorial Baseball Field, a cross-country course, a low ropes course, hiking and biking trails, and a pond for fishing and skating;
  • Three first-class buildings for dining, performing arts, and studio arts;
  • An expanded library;
  • Three buildings on campus remodeled into beautiful dorms for girls;
  • Deal House, the newest building acquisition, restored for offices of Development, Alumni, and Placement;
  • The Morgan Witter Rogers Jr. Infirmary, a State licensed overnight infirmary.
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