Stoneleigh-Burnham School

Stoneleigh-Burnham School

An Independent Day and Boarding School for Girls in Grades 7-12

Address: 574 Bernardston Road, Greenfield, MA, 01301

Phone: (413) 774-2711

Email: admissions@sbschool.org

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Stoneleigh-Burnham School (SBS), an independent day and boarding school in Greenfield, Massachusetts, attracts girls in grades 7-12 from more than 15 states and more than a dozen countries.

Founded in 1869, SBS is known for its powerful academics, as well as its debate and public speaking, performing and visual arts, athletics, and equestrian programs. It is the first girls’ boarding school in New England to offer the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program and 100% of its seniors are accepted to college year after year.

As part of its commitment to make education accessible to more families, SBS reduced its day tuition by upwards of 40% in 2020. The following year, the School significantly decreased boarding tuition. SBS’s new tuition rates position them at the forefront of an important trend in independent school education and their boarding tuition is now approximately 10% lower than the national average boarding school tuition.

SBS is an academic community with an international perspective. The School inspires girls to pursue meaningful lives based on honor, respect, and intellectual curiosity. Each student is challenged to discover her best self and graduate with the confidence to think independently and act ethically, secure in the knowledge that her voice will be heard.

UPCOMING EVENTS: Stoneleigh-Burnham School

On-Campus Open Houses: October 11, 2021 + November 11, 2021 + January 17, 2022

Virtual Visits: September 22, 2021 + December 8, 2021 + February 17, 2022

On-Campus Information Sessions:
-- Ask An SBS Parent | November 6, 2021
-- Affording SBS | December 15, 2021

Virtual Information Sessions:
-- Ask An SBS Parent | November 16, 2021
-- Affording SBS | December 14, 2021

To learn more about SBS, please visit sbschool.org.

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Summer Programs at Stoneleigh-Burnham School

Stoneleigh-Burnham School offers 2021 Summer Programs for equestrians, performing artists, debaters and public speakers for students ages 8-18.

SBS’s Summer Camps begin June 20, 2021 and include Speak Up I, an introduction to debate & public speaking for girls ages 10-13; Speak Up II, an advanced program for girls ages 13-18 with experience in debate & public speaking; Performing Arts Camp, a coed program for students ages 10-18 with an interest in dancing, singing and acting; and the premier Bonnie Castle Riding Camp, a riding program for girls ages 8-16 for all skill levels. New this year is Bonnie Castle Riding Camp’s unique learning experience with the British Horse Society’s (BHS) Challenge Awards. SBS is the only secondary school in the United States to offer the BHS curriculum.

Parents and guardians will be able to choose between three choices of camp structure: a day camp schedule from 8am-4pm that includes lunch, an extended day camp schedule from 8am-8pm that includes lunch and dinner, or a weekly residential camp option. There are discounts available for returning families, families who register more than one child, or those who sign up for multiple weeks. Financial assistance for day campers may also be available to those who qualify. Early bird registration is open through February 18.

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Additional Information

Name: Stoneleigh-Burnham School
Address: 574 Bernardston Road, Greenfield, MA 01301.
Phone: 413-774-2711
Website: sbschool.org/summer

  

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