Student Ambassadors At Boarding Schools
- There are 10 boarding schools offering student ambassadors as an extracurricular activity.
The White Mountain School Photo - All students complete an independent project through our LASR program. LASR stands for Leadership, Arts, Service, and Research. These general categories demonstrate the range of projects that students choose to undertake. This program is our way of saying that passion matters, and that we know each and every student has a spark that we want to help focus.
The Rectory School Photo - Our girls are competitors in soccer, softball, cross-country, fencing, basketball, ice hockey, lacrosse, equestrian, tennis, and golf.
Chaminade College Preparatory School Photo - Chaminade's student to teacher ratio is 10:1, with an average class size of 17 students.
The Taft School Photo - More than a century has passed since Mr. Taft founded our school. While the world and the school have changed dramatically, his fundamental values endure: work hard, without regard for public acclaim; develop all your talents: academic, artistic, and athletic; and most importantly, give of yourself to others.
Purnell School Photo - Ninth grade students work on creating their own Advice Blog during their Seminar Class. Their blog is a part of Purnell's award-winning Affinities Program.
Amerigo Napa Valley Justin-Siena High School Photo - Amerigo Napa Valley partners with Justin-Siena High School to provide boarding students with a premier university-preparatory education.
Student Ambassadors Boarding Schools
- School Location Grades Students
- 811 W. Donovan Street
Houston, TX 77091
Grades: 9-12 | 573 students
- 4026 Maher St.
Napa, CA 94558
Grades: 9-12 | 580 students
- 425 South Lindbergh Blvd.
St. Louis, MO 63131
Grades: 6-12 | 815 students
- 2801 Ranch Road 12
San Marcos, TX 78666
Grades: 6-12 | 4-12 (day) | 260 students
- 500 Main Street
New Windsor, MD 21776
Grades: 5-12, PG | 68 students
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