Salisbury School Phone Number: 860-435-5700
Fax: 860-435-5750
Address: Salisbury School, 251 Canaan Road, Salisbury, CT 06068
Web site:

The Office of Communications serves a number of constituencies including alumni, parents, students, faculty and staff, as well as members of the media.

We collaborate with numerous school offices to produce timely and interesting publications including the Salisbury Magazine, the Admissions catalog, the annual Salisbury School Profile and the Student Handbook.

We also oversee content material found on the School’s Web site, the campus electronic bulletin board and in electronic newsletters.

The Office is pleased to assist other departments in the production of external publications, especially those which require design, copy writing and/or printing.


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Media Relations

Our goal is to be responsive to media coverage and projects that directly relate to the educational mission of the School.

The Office of Communications is the primary contact for all media relationships including newspapers, television, radio, magazines and Web sites. All news related to the School, its students, faculty, staff and events should be issued through the Office of Communications.

Faculty and staff members as well as students receiving a call or e-mail directly from a reporter are to forward the information to the Office of Communications.

Permission to take photographs of students, faculty and staff members, buildings or the campus must be granted in advance by the Office of Communications.

Office of Communications Staff

Shana Stalker, Director of Communications
Direct Line:  860-435-5809



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251 Canaan Road
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Phone: 860-435-5700
Fax: 860-435-5750

We are a private, all-boy boarding high school in Connecticut committed to shaping high schooled-aged boys into men of character and promise who can rise to the challenges of the modern world.

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