At Salisbury we celebrate what it means to be a boy in a school designed for boys to succeed.
On the Hilltop, we have a rich tradition of athletic competition dating back to the School’s founding in 1901. Our founding headmaster, George E. Quaile, believed it was just as important for boys to develop their bodies as it was to develop their minds; we continue to follow this philosophy today.
In the classroom and on the field, Salisbury transforms a young man's character to graduate confident, spirited, curious, and loyal gentlemen and brothers who make a difference in the lives of others well beyond the Hilltop. Learn more about Salisbury Gentlemen and the positive impact they have on others, their families, friends, coworkers and communities.
“This job was meant to be for me,” she said. When I asked what she enjoyed most about her job, she replied enthusiastically, “Teamwork. Working with the team, as a team.”
- Patti Stevens
What began as a simple thank you gift caused quite a stir in the art world and raised many legal questions. But this story ended in much the same manner as it began; with a simple thank you. Read more about the unique experiences of a promising young man who exemplifies the values of a Salisbury Gentleman.
"The feeling of believing in yourself is, in my opinion, the singular goal that all Sarum boys should strive to attain for themselves. Not money, not better grades. Each teacher's job is to find each student’s heart and teach them how to hold themselves with care, with honor, and with humility." -
A.J. Oster '99