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Facts at a Glance

Enrollment

537 students
69% boarders / 31% day
53% boys / 47% girls
 26 states / 21 countries
 36% receive financial assistance
 20% international students
 15% students of color

Financial Information

$64,500 boarding student tuition
$47,200 day student tuition
$7.85 million awarded in need-based grants
$48 million endowment

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List of 5 items.

  • Faculty/Academic Program

    •  Teaching faculty: 84
    •  Student/teacher ratio: 7:1
    •  73% faculty hold advanced degrees
    •  Average class size: 12-14
    •  Courses offered: 149
    •  Honors Courses: 16
    •  AP, Advanced Topics Courses: 27
    •  Post AP Courses: 5
    •  Naval Honor Certification Program
    •  Senior Project Program
    •  Independent Study Options
    • 67% Class of 2018 attending most/highly competitve colleges
  • Campus Assets

    • 88 acres/43 buildings
    • 8 athletic fields, 8 tennis courts, regulation track
    • Turf Complex:  8 acres, including a baseball diamond, football field, soccer, field hockey, and lacrosse facilities.
    • LEED Gold Certified science laboratory wing
    • Marine and Nautical Science Center located in a salt marsh on the water
    • 3 theaters, including the Will Parker '04 Black Box Theater
    • Observatory
    • 3 ceramics kilns, digital and darkroom photography facilities, two media labs
    • 1 wood-fired ceramics kiln (off campus)
    • 3 waterfront docks
    • 113 boats including 70 sailboats: fleets of: opti prams, FJs, Z420s, Sunfish, RS Quests; 22 rowing crafts: kayaks, crew shells (9), a whaleboat (!); and 21 powerboats 
    • 15 dormitories, 65 on-campus faculty houses, minimum of four faculty on duty in each dormitory, average residential dormitory: 18 students
    • 92-foot sail training schooner and research vessel: SSV Tabor Boy
  • Athletic Program

    •  Member of the ISL
    •  Interscholastic sports: 26
    •  Interscholastic teams: 62
    •  Field House: 1
    •  Playing Fields: 8
    •  Artificial Turf Fields: 3
    •  Tennis Courts: 8
    •  Squash Courts: 8
    •  Boathouses: 2 (sailing and crew)
    •  Crew Shells: 9 (1 is a four)
    •  Basketball Courts: 4
    •  Rowing Tanks: 1
    •  Hockey Rink: 1
    •  Fitness Center: 1
    •  Training Room: 1
    •  Wrestling Room: 1
    •  Dance Studio: 1
    •  Sail Boats: 69 (18 Z420s and 8 FJs for racing; Quests, Sunfish and Prams for recreational sailing)
    • 1 Sail Training Schooner: SSV Tabor Boy
    • 1 Whale boat
  • Studio, Digital & Performing Arts

    • Mixed Chorus, Chamber Singers, Madrigals, Men's and Women's a capella group
    • Music Ensemble, String and Wind Ensembles, Jazz Band, student-created bands
    • Faculty Choir
    • Arts courses include: acting, lighting design, directing, digital and black & white photography, digital arts, ceramics, advanced ceramics/glazing, studio art, independent music lessons
    • Braitmayer Art Center includes three kilns, dark room, studio art, and ceramics studios.
    • Wood-fired kiln (off campus)
    • Mac Laboratory and Digital Arts program including Adobe InDesign, Photoshop. 
    • Dance Studio and a three season dance program, including an award-winning competitive spring dance team (two performances each year)
    • Over six drama productions each year, including at least one large scale musical
  • Additional/Unique Programs

    •  Community service: after-school and club program, all-school opportunities
    •  Global Service Learning Trips
    •  Non-denominational chapel program twice a week
    •  Research and Environmental Education Focus Program (REEF)
    •  SSV Tabor Boy Program and Orientation at Sea on Tabor Boy
    •  Student Leadership Program
    •  Student-led clubs, government, proctor program, peer mentoring, peer tutoring
    •  Student-led publications: newspaper, yearbook, and literary magazine
    •  International "Global Studies" Program
    •  Advisor and Class Dean Program
    •  College Counseling:  Click here for college matriculation list
    •  College Process Preparation: Free Test Prep and Diagnostic Testing
    •  Free Professional Financial Aid Advice
    •  Two On Campus College Fairs and College Rep visits
67% of the class of 2019 are attending a "most" or "highly competitive" college as defined by Barron's College Guide, while 28 graduates were inducted into the Cum Laude Society. View the matriculation list.

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Admissions Office: 226 Front Street, Marion MA 02738 | Mail: 66 Spring Street, Marion MA 02738 | 508.748.2000 | info@taboracademy.org