Located 90 miles north of New York City, Millbrook is a coeducational boarding and day school which
offers its 280 students in grades 9-12 a rigorous college preparatory curriculum that integrates academics,
athletics, arts, service, and leadership. Since its founding in 1931, students have been encouraged to develop
as strong and healthy individuals as well as concerned citizens of their world and its environment. Millbrook is
a leader among independent schools in conservation education and sustainability.
A traditional liberal arts curriculum features Honors and AP courses in the major disciplines as well as four languages, independent study opportunities, a culminating experience for seniors, and a variety of electives including Animal Behavior, Astronomy, Constitutional Law, Anthropology, Digital Video, and Aesthetics. Exceptional offerings in the visual and performing arts complement a strong competitive and recreational athletic program. All students and faculty participate in an on-campus community service program. The 800-acre campus features Holbrook Arts Center, Mills Athletic Center, the AZAaccredited Trevor Zoo, and a state-of-the-art gold LEED-certified Math and Science Center.
Grades Offered: 9-12
• On campus community service program
• Independent study, study abroad and semester away opportunities
• Intersession — a week-long exploration of interests outside the classroom.
• Culminating experience for seniors
• Unique hands-on learning at the Trevor Zoo
Tuition: $49,400 boarding, $36,600 day