- Grades: (Boarding) 9-12, PG
- Enrollment: 425 students
- Yearly Tuition (Boarding Students): $67,900
- Yearly Tuition (Day Students): $49,835
- Acceptance rate: 33%
- Average class size: 12 students
- Application Deadline: Jan. 15
- Source: Verified school update
Academics and Faculty
Jackets and ties for boys, skirts/dresses or layers for girls.
AP / Advanced Courses
All is One Feminist Alliance, Architecture Club, Art with Heart, Asian Pacific Islander Affinity Group, Baking Club, Banana Split (students of divorced/single parents), Bibliophiles (Book Club), Black & Gold (admission tour guides), Bring Change to Mind (Mental Health Awareness), Computer Club, Conversations About Christianity, Debate Club, Dramat (theater), Eco Club, Gender Sexuality Alliance, Global Forum, Hispanic/LatinX Affinity Group, Horizons Student Club, International Student Organization, Jewnion, John Hay Society, Ladies of Color, LatinX Alliance, Life on the Hill, Martlets Educating Martlets, Math Club, Middle East Alliance, Model United Nations, Multicultural Student Union, One Love Club, Outing and Ski Club, Ozone Art Club, Peer Facilitators, Queer Affinity Group, Robotics Club, Serving Our Neighbors (S.O.N.), Society of Women Engineers, Student Activities Committee (S.A.C.), Student Government, Student Music Organization, The Gathering, The Martlet (annual magazine), The Westminster News, Westminster Entrepreneur Club, Yearbook
Arts and Music Programs:
Chamber Choir, Chorale, Concert Band, Dance Ensemble, Jazz Band, Theater (acting), Theater (tech), Westminster Belles
- Students are known at Westminster. With 425 students, a 5:1 student/teacher ratio, and an average class size of 12, Westminster is a place where students have the opportunity and support to succeed.
- Of the 95 faculty members, 68 percent hold advanced degrees, 68 live on campus and 10 are alumni. Many serve in the traditional roles of teacher, coach, advisor and live in the dorms on campus. The average number of years in education is 19 and at Westminster, 11.
- At Westminster, students are encouraged to be authentic, to feel inspired to learn from those different from them and to celebrate diversity and multiculturalism. Students come to Williams Hill from approximately 25 states and 20 countries. Twenty-five percent identify as students of color.
- Westminster offers some of the finest boarding school facilities available in North America. Brockelman Student Center opened in 2018, Armstrong Dining Hall started serving meals in 2017 and several student and faculty residences were constructed or remodeled in the last decade. Armour Academic Center opened in 2009 and is LEED gold certified with geothermal heating and cooling.
- Situated on scenic Williams Hill with views of the Farmington Valley, the campus is within walking distance of historic downtown Simsbury with many restaurants, coffee shops and stores.
- Westminster School accreditations: NEASC
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Westminster School cost?
Westminster School's tuition is approximately $67,900 for boarding students and $49,835 for day students.
What schools are Westminster School often compared to?
What is the acceptance rate of Westminster School?
The acceptance rate of Westminster School is 33%, which is lower than the boarding school average of 58%.
What sports does Westminster School offer?
Westminster School offers 16 interscholastic sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Dance, Field Hockey, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Squash, Swimming and Diving, Tennis, Track and Field, Ultimate Frisbee and Water Polo.
What is Westminster School's ranking?
When is the application deadline for Westminster School?
The application deadline for Westminster School is Jan. 15.
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