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.
"Working to build a more inclusive and equitable campus, helping our community to become better stewards of equity and justice for all people – especially those that are marginalized – and doing so at a time of social and political division, is no easy task." - Meg Allen
Salisbury Gentlemen Ethan Cheung '21 and Bryan Ting '21 share their stories with the Salisbury community as they study remotely from Hong Kong this trimester.
"The faculty always treated me as an equal, making me feel like I was a good student and also not letting me use my learning difference as an excuse. " - Brad Werntz '06