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Welcome to Our School Upon the Hillside

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Choate Rosemary Hall, a co-educational boarding and day school for students grades 9-PG, is tucked in the scenic New England town of Wallingford, Connecticut.

Open to learning 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, our 458 acres, state-of-the-art facilities, and dedication to exceptionally transformative experiences offer students a path to discovery uniquely tailored to their talents and interests.

Where Tradition Meets Innovation

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At Choate, we balance powerful tradition with fearless innovation. Building upon the rich histories of Rosemary Hall and The Choate School, the School today embraces the idea of “what’s next".

While we appreciate the foundational traditions that helped to establish our school over 130 years ago, we embrace the spirit of change to keep our campus at the leading edge of teaching and learning practices designed to support the students of today for the opportunities they will seize tomorrow. 

Community Like No Other


A community is more than a place: it’s the people. With peers from all over the world, you’ll experience new cultures, new perspectives, and new modes of thinking. 

You’ll find faculty and staff invested in your success, and friends who will challenge you through common purpose, active engagement and mutual respect. You’ll discover that the Choate community lives beyond our campus: it’s a vibrant network of classmates, alumni, faculty, staff and friends inspired to make the world a better place.

Explore Our Community

Honoring Our Mission

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Choate aims to provide intellectually talented students from various backgrounds an experience that enriches their lives and prepares them to contribute to an ever-changing world through innovative curriculum, guided independent learning, active campus engagement, and formation of character.

Our Mission

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Choate By The Numbers Students from over 38 states and 46 countries and regions 1 to 1 iPad Program Student to Faculty Ratio Average Class Size of 12 Since 1890, 125+ years of transformative education 8 Signature Programs 18,000 total alumni College Matriculations $12.9 million in financial aid. 33% tuition assistance $389 Million endowment as of June 30, 2018 119 faculty 88% percent reside on campus 7 Merit Scholar Finalists 170 3rd formers, 213 4th formers, 237 5th formers, 234 6th formers

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