Preparing for Power: America's Elite Boarding Schools

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Appendix
EXHIBIT A-1
Schools Visited
(Total: 65)
School NameLocationProgram
Admiral Farragut AcademyPine Beach, New JerseyCollege Prep/Military
The Barlow School* (1)Amenia, New YorkCollege Prep
Berkshire School* (3) Sheffield, MassachusettsCollege Prep
The Bishop's School (2)La Jolla, CaliforniaCollege Prep
Broughton Tower Special
School
Broughton-in-Furness,
England
Special Mission
Canterbury SchoolNew Milford, ConnecticutCollege Prep
The Cate SchoolCarpenteria, CaliforniaCollege Prep
Choate-Rosemary Hall Wallingford, ConnecticutCollege Prep
The Choir School of
St. Thomas Church*
New York, New YorkPre-prep
The Church Farm SchoolPaoli, PennsylvaniaSpecial Mission
Colorado Rocky Mountain
School
Carbondale, ColoradoCollege Prep
Cranbrook SchoolBloomfield Hills, MichiganCollege Prep
Darrow School*New Lebanon, New YorkCollege Prep
Dartington Hall SchoolTotnes, England English Boarding School
Deerfield AcademyDeerfield, MassachusettsCollege Prep
Eaglebrook SchoolDeerfield, MassachusettsPre-prep
The Episcopal High School Alexandria, VirginiaCollege Prep
The Ethel Walker SchoolSimsbury, ConnecticutCollege Prep
Eton College Windsor, England English Public School
Fountain Valley School Colorado Springs, ColoradoCollege Prep
Foxcroft SchoolMiddleburg, VirginiaCollege Prep
Groton School Groton, MassachusettsCollege Prep
Harrow SchoolHarrow-on-the-Hill, English Public School
England
The Hill School Pottstown, PennsylvaniaCollege Prep
The Hockaday School Dallas, TexasCollege Prep
The Hotchkiss School* (3)Lakeville, ConnecticutCollege Prep
Kingswood SchoolBloomfield Hills, MichiganCollege Prep
The Lawrenceville SchoolLawrenceville, New JerseyCollege Prep
The MacDuffie School for
Girls*
Springfield, MassachusettsCollege Prep
The Madeira SchoolGreenway, VirginiaCollege Prep
Midland SchoolLos Olivos, CaliforniaCollege Prep
Milton Academy Milton, MassachusettsCollege Prep
Miss Porter's School Farmington, ConnecticutCollege Prep

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