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Curriculum Night Open House Thursday, November 29

Join us for our Curriculum Night Open House at Montrose School, where girls are called to greatness.  

Greatness of mind, heart and character. A nationally recognized program where graduates are admitted to top colleges and universities. That's what makes a Montrose education unique.

You may pre-register by emailing Admissions@MontroseSchool.org, but walk-ins are always welcome!
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About

At a Glance

Montrose is an independent school for girls in grades 6-12, inspired by the teachings of the Catholic Church.

Quick Facts

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  • 13

    average class section size
  • $7.3 mil

    merit scholarship offers to the class of 2016
  • 14

    AP classes

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  • 50

    towns in greater Boston, plus countries around the world
  • 30+

    Clubs, activities and service organizations
  • 15+

    varsity, JV or club sports
  • 40%+

    of families receive tuition assistance or scholarships
  • 78

    courses in 8 departments
  • 70%+

    of faculty hold advanced degrees
  • 10,000

    square foot new Arts & Athletics Center

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  • Location

    Montrose is located in the heart of downtown Medfield, 17 miles from Boston
  • Daily Schedule

    School runs from 7:55 AM - 3:15 PM, except on Wednesdays when school runs from 8:55 AM - 3:15 PM.

    Year at a Glance Calendar 2018-2019
  • Class of 2018

    41 students, including 1 National Merit Scholarship winner, 1 National Merit Finalist, 3 National Merit Commended Students and 2 National Hispanic Scholars. 
  • College Admission

    The class of 2018's college acceptances include:

    Harvard University
    Princeton University
    Dartmouth College
    Stanford University
    University of Pennsylvania
    Boston College
    New York University
    Williams College
    College of the Holy Cross
    Johns Hopkins University
    Villanova University
    Georgetown University

    See more here

  • Advanced Placement Classes

    Montrose offers 14 AP classes: Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Computer Science A, Principles of Computer Science, English Language and Composition, English Literature and Composition, European History, U.S. History, U.S. Government, French Language and Culture, Spanish Language and Culture, Latin, Studio Art
  • Class Sizes

    The average class size is 15 in middle school and 12.5 in upper school. The school average class size is 13.
  • Signature Programs

    Innovative signature programs that go beyond AP, including senior Capstone interdisciplinary research thesis and presentation, college level philosophy, accelerated math offerings, study abroad and nationally recognized character and leadership program 
  • Athletics

    Montrose offers varsity or JV teams in soccer (varsity and JV), field hockey (varsity and JV), cross country (varsity and JV), volleyball, basketball (varsity, JV and middle school), lacrosse (varsity and JV), softball, and track and field (varsity and JV). In addition, Montrose offers a Ski Club and Indoor Track & Field Club.
  • Scholarships

    Montrose offers need- and merit- based named scholarships.
  • Facilities

    18 classrooms, multiple science and innovation labs, 2 art rooms, playing field and practice field, fitness center, new 10,000 square foot Arts & Athletics Center with professional performance space and basketball court
  • Transportation

    Montrose offers bus routes each year based on student interest.

    In 2018-2019, 2 bus routes are available to Montrose students.

Accreditation

Accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges (NEASC)

Memberships

  • Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE)
  • National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS)
  • New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)