High School


Roxbury Latin School 羅克斯伯里拉丁學校 (麻省 MA)


The Roxbury Latin School is a small, independent day school for boys in grades 7-12, located on a spacious 117 acre campus in West Roxbury, MA. Founded by John Eliot in 1645, in the reign of King Charles the First, it is the oldest school in continuous existence in North America.

Roxbury Latin's endowment and the generosity of its alumni, parents, and friends enable the School to maintain a distinguished faculty, to charge a relatively low tuition, and to admit and enroll boys without regard to their parents' ability to pay. The opportunities afforded by the School are therefore available to a uniquely diverse student body from all segments of the greater Boston community. In stark contrast to other prestigious schools, Roxbury Latin has a comparatively low tuition and a policy to admit and enroll boys without regard to their parents ability to pay ensures a richly diverse student body.

The Basics
Setting Sub-urban
School Type Private Independent boy school
Tuition ~US$26,000
Housing n/a
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General Information
State Massachusetts (MA)
Location West Roxbury (16 mins to Norwood Memorial Airport_
Nearest City Boston
Campus Size 120 acres
Year Founded 1645
Admission Req.m SSAT
Level Offered Grade 7-12
Enrollment ~300
Student-to-Teacher ~8:1 (平均每班13名學生)

Student University Admission

According to Peterson's Private Secondary Schools 2010, Roxbury Latin students scored a median of 2230 on the 2400 SAT scale, believed to be the highest score of any school in the country.

Roxbury Latin’s success at gaining admission to Harvard University: in 2009, 20% of the graduating class at Roxbury Latin matriculated at Harvard. In 2010, Forbes magazine ranked Roxbury Latin fifth in a list of the top 10 prep schools in America.

Academic Programs:

Arts, Classics,Computer Science, English, Modern Languages, History, Mathematics, Science

Students Life:

To accommodate the athletic schedule, some extracurricular activities meet after athletic practices to permit students to play sports and still engage in a broader range of pursuits, such as publications staff sessions, rehearsals for plays and musical groups, and Model UN and Debate Society planning sessions.