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Thank you for your interest in Salisbury Summer School. Founded in 1946, Salisbury Summer School has a long tradition of providing boys and girls with a comfortable environment to learn skills that will carry over into an academic experience next fall and for many years to come. At Salisbury, students can expect to:

  • Participate in a dynamic five-week program in reading, writing, study skills, SAT preparation, vocabulary and math, with a special program for English Language Learners (ELL or ESL).
  • Experience unique teaching techniques such as assessment in lieu of grades (with academic credits also available), a 4:1 student-faculty ratio, and reading rate classes,
  • Study within our state-of-the-art campus including an award winning humanities center,
  • …and have fun in the beautiful Berkshire Hills, providing the perfect setting for a variety of recreation and sporting activities.
If you would like to order a catalogue or have an interview with a member of our staff, please call 860-435-5732 to arrange for an appointment on campus or over the phone. You will also find the application and other important forms on this Web site. Summer will be here before you know it! I look forward to hearing from you soon.

Sincerely,

Charles Frankenbach
Director 
cfrankenbach@salisburyschool.org
860-435-5782

"Salisbury Summer School was an outstanding program for my two daughters as it gave them a boost to begin their next school year better prepared and with more confidence. As international students it was great for them to experience life at a prestigious American boarding school. It was certainly an unforgettable summer for them."

2016 Parent

“Salisbury Summer School has always been the ‘go to’ summer program for enrichment work in multiple disciplines; the program challenges students to think and manage for themselves and to prepare for the following school year. For instance, a student may need background work in Algebra I and also end up with many concepts applicable to Algebra II. Students are held accountable for good planning and organization. The “leg up” that SSS gives students is invaluable for success, not only in the next educational setting but for life. “

Dr. Parnell Hagerman
Head of School, Oldfields School
Former Dean of Admission, Hotchkiss School and Deerfield Academy
Consultant with Bertram Group 


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251 Canaan Road
Salisbury, CT 06068
860 435 5700
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