St. Albans School

 St. Albans School opened its doors in the fall of 1909. A bequest from Harriet Lane Johnston, the niece of President James Buchanan, provided for the establishment of an all-boys School and for a scholarship endowment to educate boys in the National Cathedral Choir. Beginning with fifty-nine boys in its inaugural year, St. Albans now educates approximately 575 boys in grades four through twelve, over twenty of whom serve as Cathedral Choristers.


Overview

 

Grades Offered

9-12

School Type

All-boys

Support for ADD/ADHD

No

Year Founded

1909

Campus Size

59 acres

Student Body

 

Enrollment

575 students

Percent of Intl' Students

2%

Percent of Boarders

5%

Average SAT Score

N/A

Academics and Faculty

 

Saturday Classes

No

Dress Code

Formal

Teacher : Student Ratio

1:7

Number of AP/Advanced Courses Offered

13

ESL

No

Finances

 

Tuition(Boarding)

$52,301

Admission

 

Application Deadline

Jan. 4

SSAT Required

Yes

Average Percentile SSAT

80%

Web Site

http://www.stalbansschool.org

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