We are a family. A troupe.
With excellent facilities in beautiful central Massachusetts, just over an hour from Boston.
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Admissions is our newest building and is located in the heart of the campus, featuring a large stone fireplace, comfortable couches, and chairs that offer a warm and inviting meeting place for prospective families. Admissions and Communications offices inside.
The Charlie Boomhower ‘71 Athletic Field
Our newest athletic field dedicated in the fall of 2016.
Classrooms & Technology
Classrooms and labs are spread across seven buildings, almost all of which have been newly constructed or significantly renovated and upgraded within the last seven years. All academic buildings are fully broadband wireless, and all classrooms have either digital monitors and/or digital projectors.
There are six different dorms made up predominantly of doubles. Dorms are further broken down into units ranging in size from 11 to 20 students, with each unit having a primary dorm parent or couple. All students have access to common rooms and on-campus laundry rooms. The newest dorm, Dockery Hall, was completed in the summer of 2011 and is home to approximately 60 girls, and four different faculty apartments.
Ford serves as the main entrance and lobby of the school, and is home to the Head of School and the Associate Head of School offices, Day Student Room, College Counseling, Registrar, Dean of Students, and the Nurses’ office
Home to our Head of School and family. Homewood is also the venue for amazing ice cream socials during the year.
Lower Ford Hall
Home to our Business Office, Human Resources, and multiple classrooms.
Alumni and Development Office
Home to our newly renovated performing arts space as well as a place to meet for lectures and large group meetings, and special events.
Newberry Science & Math Building
Newberry features four science labs fully refurbished and upgraded in 2012, and is home to eight classrooms. One of the first things you will note is that our classrooms are very small, which is keeping with our mission and philosophy. Every student can have a front row seat and be directly engaged in a full class discussion. Be sure to check out the large ceramic Periodic Table of Elements created by our students that hangs in the main hallway.
Marr Building features ten classrooms that are home to our English Intensive Summer Session. Marr also houses a performing arts space as well as many of our Global Dynamics classrooms.
Marr Performing Arts Studio
In 2011, the Marr Performing Arts Studio was built to provide practice space for music and drama.
Features a stunning octagonal dining room, spacious kitchen, and serving area with some of the finest foods from Sage Dining Services. Downstairs features seven classrooms, project rooms, and an IT Center. Completed in the fall of 2014, the Commons’ location anchors the northern side of campus, overlooking Mount Monadnock and the School’s Golf Course.
A research, collaborative work, and study space with tall wooden ceilings and a stone fireplace in the center is home to eight of our Global Dynamics classrooms.
Rotenberg Art Studios
The Rotenberg Fine Arts Studios were completely renovated in 2009 and serve as home for both two dimensional (painting, drawing, and photography) as well as three dimensional (sculpture and pottery) art programs.
Green House & Garden
These green spaces provide an opportunity for students to get their hands dirty throughout the school year. Students and faculty engage in immersive projects such as micro-farming, food production and waste analysis, and community service to food insecure families.
Our healthy, happy hens produce organic eggs daily, which are donated to the local community.
Posich Student Center
Refurbished and upgraded in 2011, the Posich Student Center is one of the popular places for students to hang out during free time and on weekends.
Pizza Oven and Fire Pit
One of the student favorites on weekends is to gather out by the fire pit and outdoor pizza oven, chatting, listening to music, and enjoying wood-fired pizza or some other treat roasted over the fire.
Fay A. Rotenberg Gymnasium
The gymnasium houses two full-size basketball/volleyball courts, locker rooms and a comprehensive fitness facility.
LaBelle Athletic Fields
Watch some of Winchendon's Soccer and Lacrosse games on the two LaBelle Athletic Fields.
Regulation size home field for Softball and Baseball players.
The Jason Ritchie ‘05 Ice Arena
The Jason Ritchie ‘05 Ice Arena serves as home to Winchendon’s very successful hockey teams as well as those from Franklin Pierce University and the local communities. The state-of-the-art rink, which was completed in 2008, provides locker rooms for fall and spring teams, and includes the facilities for our athletic trainer.
There are four tennis courts on campus that were added in 2009-2010.
Golf Course designed by Donald Ross
The School owns and operates a nine-hole, Donald Ross-designed golf course which surrounds the north half of the campus. The course is closed to the public and allows students (and their parents!) to play on this beautiful course with views of Mount Monadnock.
Robinson-Broadhurst Field House
The School enjoys a close relationship with the Clark Memorial YMCA in Winchendon. In 2010 the School worked closely with the Clark to jointly develop an indoor turf field. This provides our students with an indoor practice facility year-round. The turf field is also used for friendly contests between School teams and the local community. In addition, the Clark YMCA offers a pool as well as fitness, gymnastics, and aerobic facilities.