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Ethel Walker School

Overall rating 4.6/5 based on 1 student reviews

230 Bushy Hill Road Simsbury CT 06070 United States

Ethel Walker School review by High Point University student. Ethel Walker provides not only an atmosphere for girls to grow academically but also on the athletic fields, in theater, dance studio, equestrian ring and all other areas of extracurricular arenas. I began my days at Ethel Walker as a girl and graduated as a young woman. The class sizes are small, in some cases between 6-10 students, which allows for incredible relationships to be formed.… more

Ethel Walker School founded 1911 is a Girls only private independent College preparatory school located in Simsbury, CT, USA. Ethel Walker School enrolls Boarding and day students with a total student enrollment of 269 in day student grades 6th to 12th boarding student grades 9th to 12th. Ethel Walker School endowment is estimated $17 million and the endowment per student is approximately $63,197.

  • Day tuition
  • Ethel Walker School
     
    $ 53,550 (USD)
    Top 30 Boarding Schools
     
    $ 37,786 (USD)
    Top 50 High Schools
     
    $ 36,432 (USD)
  • Boarding tuition
  • Ethel Walker School
     
    $ 38,600 (USD)
    Top 30 Boarding Schools
     
    $ 52,737 (USD)
    Top 50 High Schools
     
    $ 52,292 (USD)


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  • Ethel Walker School
  • Boarding and day students
  • College preparatory
  • 6th to 12th
  • 9th to 12th
  • 7 day boarding
  • Girls only
  • 269
  • $38,600
  • $53,550
  • 1911
  • None
  • 230 Bushy Hill Road Simsbury CT 06070 United States
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