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The Masters School
  • State / New York
  • Year Founded / 1877
About The Masters School
In the fall of 1877, Eliza Bailey Masters founded what is now The Masters School. The oldest daughter of a Presbyterian minister, Miss Masters was determined that her school would not be the typical “finishing school.” Although her earliest students did not traditionally go on to college, they studied a liberal arts curriculum that included Latin, mathematics, and astronomy. The mission of The Masters School is to provide the challenging academic environment, that for over a century, has encouraged critical, creative and independent habits of thought as well as a lifelong passion for learning. The Masters School promotes and celebrates academic achievement, artistic development, ethical awareness, technological literacy, athletic endeavor and personal growth... The Masters School offers one of the only boarding school experiences in the New York metropolitan area. Set amid 96-acres of fields and woodlands overlooking the Hudson River, our students have a scenic and comfortable environment for living and learning. The combination of boarding and day students results in an exceptionally dynamic and diverse community life where students from across the country and around the globe form strong friendships with each other and with day students.
  • City:
    Dobbs Ferry
  • Student Population:
  • School Type:
  • PG Year
  • ESL Program
  • Foreign Languages Taught:
    French, Spanish, Latin, Chinese-Mandarin, Greek
  • Facilities:
    Baseball field(s), Basketball court(s), Fitness Center, Technology Center, Indoor basketball court(s), Volleyball court(s), Fencing Strips