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Encyclopedia > Pomfret School
Pomfret School
Established 1894
Type Private coeducational secondary, boarding
Affiliation Episcopalian
Headmaster Bradford Hastings '68
Students 350
Grades 9–12, PG
Location Pomfret, Connecticut, USA
Campus Rural
Mascot Griffin
Website www.pomfretschool.org

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Pomfret School is an independent coeducational boarding and day school located in Pomfret, Connecticut, USA which educates grades 9 through 12. The school also offers a Post-Graduate year. It is dedicated to the goals of helping students realize their intellectual, physical and spiritual potential while recognizing their responsibilities as members of a community. Pomfret is a town located in Windham County, Connecticut. ...


Pomfret operates WBVC, an FM radio station. WBVC may mean: WBVC-TV a cable/satellite television channel in the Northern Michigan area. ...


Pomfret is located next to The Rectory School on Connecticut Route 169. The Rectory Schoolis a boarding and day private school for students in grades Pre-K-1 & 5-9. ... // Route 169 is a 38. ...

Contents

Facilities

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Notable alumni

Edward Stettinius
Edward Stettinius
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Notable Faculty

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Prominent Fellows

David McCullough
David McCullough
Chevy Chase
Chevy Chase

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External links

  • Pomfret School website
  • Pomfret School Admissions Video on SchoolFair.tv
  • Pomfret School's Radio Station: WBVC 91.1 FM
  • Norwich Bulletin Article on Bill Bryson

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Pomfret School ~ Employment (312 words)
Pomfret School is a boarding and day school located in the beautiful northeast corner of Connecticut.
The School is committed to preparing students for the intellectual rigors of college and for the personal and moral demands of adolescence and adulthood.
Therefore, we seek to hire men and women who are moved to share their knowledge and passion for a particular discipline and to shape good citizens--citizens who will involve themselves positively in the life of the community.
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The town of Pomfret is about six miles west on Rt-101 to Rt-169 (Pomfret).
West on Rt-101 into Connecticut past I-395 and Dayville to the town of Pomfret is about six miles west on Rt-101 to Rt-169.
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