Boarding Schools

Website: www.hpa.edu
Hawaiʻi Preparatory Academy, founded in 1949, is an independent coeducational school providing a full range of opportunities for students from kindergarten through grade 12. Our boarding program admits students in grades 8 through 12.

Website: www.hyde.edu
In 1966 Joe Gauld, a seasoned educator in traditional private schools, founded Hyde School after realizing that the singular focus on achievement in American education wouldn’t necessarily lead all students to reach their fullest potential and was even doing a disservice to some students.

Website: www.marianapolis.org
Marianapolis was founded in 1926 by the Congregation of Marians of the Immaculate Conception and aims to educate high school students in the Catholic tradition of academic excellence, with a commitment to an active faith in God and a dedication to building character with content, compassion, and integrity.

Website: www.rabungap.org
Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School began as two schools: "Nacoochee Institute" and "Rabun Gap Industrial School."

Website: www.standrews-ri.org
St. Andrew’s School has an interesting and inspiring history. Having gone through many changes, the school has kept the core values of our founder, the Reverend William Merrick Chapin, that are still as vibrant as they were more than 100 years ago.

Website: www.stjacademy.org
Johnsbury Academy was founded in 1842 by Erastus, Thaddeus, and Joseph Fairbanks to provide "intellectual, moral, and religious training for their own children and the children of the community."  

Website: www.wasatchacademy.org
"Let it endure like the Wasatch Mountains, call it Wasatch Academy." — Wasatch Academy founder Duncan McMillan
That now famous quote cemented not only the name of the school, but a tradition of excellence that has lasted and steadily improved for more than 135 years.