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Walnut Hill School campus
Walnut Hill School campus

Walnut Hill School is a private boarding school for the arts located in Natick, Massachusetts. Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (2612x1820, 1043 KB) Summary Description: Photograph of Walnut Hill School. ... Image File history File linksMetadata Download high resolution version (2612x1820, 1043 KB) Summary Description: Photograph of Walnut Hill School. ... A boarding school is a school where some or all students not only study but also live, amongst their peers but away from their home and family. ... Natick Common, Halloween 2004 Natick is a town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. ...


History

Originally a college preparatory school for women, Walnut Hill was founded in 1893. It is presently a coed school for the arts. Students at Walnut Hill major in one of five arts disciplines: ballet, music, theater, visual art, and creative writing.


Buildings

The Walnut Hill campus has thirteen buildings; Stowe, Eliot, Highland, Clark, New Cottage, Westerly, North House, the ATC Building, the Dance Barn, The Keiter Performing Arts Center, The Office of Admission and Placement, and the Head's House.


Stowe includes the switchboard, Stowe Dormitory, and many administrative offices, including the Head of School's office .


Eliot is the largest building on campus. It contains: Boswell Hall, a recital room; Eliot Dormitory; the library; the Campus Center, a place for students to relax, the student mail room, many couches, a foosball table, and a TV; the bookstore; the offcies of the Dean of Students, the Director of Residential Life, and the Assistant Dean of Students; and the dining hall.


Highland includes: the offices of the Music Department and multiple regular and sound-proof practice rooms; the Visual Art department studios; Pooke Gallery; Amelia Hall, another rectal space; and Highland Dormitory.


External link

  • Official Walnut Hill School website

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Boarding school - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (2736 words)
Boarding schools are sometimes referred to as public schools in the UK and as "private school" in American English.
Many boarding schools are self-contained within their own walls, while others such as Eton and Westminster have buildings and grounds in various streets in the neighbourhood of the school.
Most societies decline to take boarding schools as the preferred option for the upbringing of their children, except in British societies or in its former colonies; in England, India, and former African colonies of Great Britain, for example, boarding schools are one of the preferred modes of education.
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