You pull in through the soft, quiet woods. The rooflines of lovely old buildings start to emerge. You have to keep reminding yourself: this is not a long lost secret. Not a magical hideout. It’s a school. Just a school. Just a school…
Seeing our campus in pictures is good but those who have been here are insistent: You must come visit!
Walk down the halls and peek in some classrooms. Chemistry lab here. Socratic dialogue there. A quiz on Salinger. A film on Zapata. Reading The New York Times. Writing code. Speaking Chinese.
Go outside and watch a soccer game or pet a horse. Compare the charming dorm exteriors with their lively interiors. The solar-powered greenhouse is pretty interesting and our historic meetinghouse, originally built in Philadelphia in 1812 and moved to our campus in 1974, is beautiful and welcoming. (Do you really want to miss that?)
Afterwards, there’s Newtown, the quaint, historic village a few minutes walk from campus with its restaurants and coffee shops. Our students often walk there on the weekends. In fact, there are plenty of places to eat in the area, as well as places to stay. And getting to campus is easy.