At A Glance
Here are the basics. We...
- teach to the individual, through enrichment and support; our individualized instruction is the cornerstone of a Rectory education.
- identify and understand each student’s unique learning styles.
- develop individual talents through academics, athletics, and the arts.
- promote diversity: geographic (U.S. 70 %, International 30 %), economic, cultural, racial, ethnic, and religious.
- have built a warm, nurturing community.
- are within 45 minutes of three major cities (Hartford, CT, Worcester, MA, Providence, RI), 1 1/2 hours from Boston, and 3 hours from New York City.
- give approximately two million dollars in financial aid annually.
- encourage the spark in our students that ignites their desire to excel.
8,000 volumes, 30 magazine titles
Classrooms: 25 classrooms are equipped with a computer, projector and interactive Epson Brightlink projector.
Learning Lab: 10 iMacs along with a green screen and plenty of project development space.
K-5th-grade classrooms: Each K-5th-grade classroom has a set of iPads as well as:
- A cart of Chromebooks in each of the grade K-1 and grade 2-3 classrooms.
- A set of Chromebooks in each grade 4 and grade 5 classrooms.
6th-9th-grade classrooms: Google ChromeBooks are provided by the School to each student and actively incorporated into daily teaching and learning.
- 138-acre landscape with rolling fields and beautiful trees.24 buildings, including 11 dormitories, and the John B. Bigelow Academic Center, which houses the Hettinger Library, offices, classrooms, computer and science labs;
- P.Y. and Kinmay Tang Performing Arts Center, which includes the 236-seat Scripps Auditorium, music classrooms, and practice rooms;
- Craig Scott 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;
- Three buildings on campus remodeled into beautiful dorms for girls;
- Deal House, the newest building acquisition, restored for the Alumni & Development Office;
- The Morgan Witter Rogers Jr. Infirmary, a State licensed overnight infirmary.
- Green Hall, opened in January 2017, which houses the Smith Learning Center and the Hale Elementary School Wing.
United States 65 percent
International 35 percent
International: China, Columbia, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Russia, and Vietnam.
United States: Alabama, Connecticut, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island
Athletic Teams: 39
- Fall- cross country, CrossFit, dance, fall outdoor adventures, equestrian, 3 boys soccer, 2 girls soccer, and 2 girls volleyball
- Winter- 4 boys basketball, 2 girls basketball, fencing, 2 ice hockey, squash, swimming and wrestling
- Spring - 2 baseball, golf, 2 boys lacrosse, girls lacrosse, softball, 2 tennis, and track & field