Quick Facts

 

Faculty

There are 59 full and part time faculty members (29 men, 30 women). 41 faculty members reside on campus.

 

Enrollment

The 2013-2014 School population is made up of 324 students from 26 local communities, 17 states, 12 countries. The Lower school (grades K through 5) enrolled 73 Day students and the Upper School (grades 6 through 9) enrolled 249 students (133 Boarding/116 Day).

 

Fees 

The tuition for boarding students in 2013-2014 is $49,485. Day student tuition is $23,370 for grade 3 through grade 9; $19,000 for Kindergarten (full day) through grade 2.  There is a $5,480 tuition for the Language Skills Program and a $7,350 tuition for the English as a Second Language Program. For the year 2013/2014 approximately $1 million in financial aid was awarded.

Facilities

The physical plant includes 32 buildings on 147-acres along the Bantam River, valued at $30 million. The campus includes Upper and Lower School Academic Buildings, Fine Arts Building, Performing Arts Center, eight dormitories, seven athletic fields, two gymnasiums, hockey rink, as well as three indoor and three outdoor tennis courts. A new Dining Hall/Campus Center and Health Center are currently under construction.

 

Endowment

$9.5 million

 

Annual Giving

$1.9 million (2012/2013)

 

Alumni

3,849

 

Graduates

Rumsey Hall graduates have enrolled in the following independent schools (2009-2013):
American Hebrew Academy, NC Middlesex School, MA
Andrew’s School, OH Millbrook School, NY
Avon Old Farms School, CTMilton Academy, MA
Berkshire School, MAMiss Hall’s School, MA
Blair Academy, NJ
Miss Porter’s School, CT
Brewster Academy, NH
New Hampton School, NH
Brooks School, MANorthwood School, NY
Canterbury School, CT Peddie School, NJ
Cate School, CAPhillips Academy, Andover, MA
Cheshire Academy, CT Phillips Exeter Academy, NH
Choate Rosemary Hall, CT Pomfret School, CT
Christchurch School, VA Proctor Academy, CT
Colorado Rocky Mtn. School Putney School, VT
Concord Academy, MA Salisbury School, CT
Cushing Academy, MA School of the Woods, TX
Deerfield Academy, MA South Kent School, CT
Emma Willard, NY Stevenson School, CA
Episcopal High School, FLSt. Andrew’s School, DE
Ethel Walker School, CT St. George’s School, RI
Forman School, CT St. James School, MD
Fountain Valley School, COSt. Mark’s School, MA
George School, PA St. Paul’s School, NH
Gould Academy, ME Stony Brook School, NY
Governor’s Academy, MA Suffield Academy, CT
Groton School, MATabor Academy, MA
Gunnery School, CT Taft School, CT
Hebron Academy, ME Tilton School, NH
Hill School, PAThayer Academy, MA
Hotchkiss School, CTTrinity-Pawling School, NY
Kent School, CT Vermont Academy, VA
Kimball Union Academy, NHThe Webb Schools, CA
King Low Heywood Thomas, CT Westminster School, CT
Lawrenceville School, NJ Westover School, CT
Loomis Chaffee School, CT Wilbraham & Monson Academy, MA
The Madeira School, VAWilliston Northampton School, MA
The 2013-2014 School population is made up of 324 students from 26 local communities, 17 states and 12 countries.