Living on the Hilltop
“It's easy to find your place at Salisbury! Our vibrant community thrives on the concept of brotherhood, evident through our character-based approach to everything we do. jennifer siff, director of campus life
At Salisbury we do everything right for boys! We celebrate what it means to be a boy and have designed a school where boys succeed and tradition matters.
Take a look at life on the Hilltop, see what Knights do in the classroom, on the ice and playing fields and so much more!
LEADS SPeaker series
At Salisbury, we work hard to help you cultivate a leadership style that is authentic to you. The leadership offerings are endless ranging from Prefects, Peer Leaders, Student Government, sports captains, Club advisory, and the list goes on.
Within our LEADS Speaker Series, Salisbury students have the unique opportunity to meet with, and in some cases, become mentored by leaders within our greater community.
* Learn how to make an impact
* Experience countless opportunities to enrich our community
* Apply the tools to make a difference
* Develop your own unique leadership style
* Service; the heart of a Salisbury Gentlemen!
Past LEADS Speakers:
Marquis Daisy, ESPN, Director/ Producer "30 For 30" Films, Yale Whiffenpoofs, Poet Micheal O'Sidhail, Philanthropist Jeff Erdmann '81, Henry Lystad, Executive Director of the Global Conservation Fund, Bjoern Werner '10, Former Defensive End, Indianapolis Colts, Katie Hood, One Love Foundation, Mike Slap, Musical Artist, Matt Bellace, Comedian, Taylor Sharp, Film Producer.
A Place Where Leaders Are Born
At Salisbury School, we believe the high school years are among the most formative of any boy’s life. They are a time when boys discover who they are and what they stand for, and when they develop the values that will stay with them throughout adulthood.
What makes us different from other top boys’ boarding schools in the Northeast is our focus on molding the whole individual. We believe strong values can’t be taught solely in the classroom or on the playing field. Our approach stresses mental, physical, creative and spiritual development as part of the same character-building process.
To that end, we offer a rigorous program that involves academics, sports and the arts, as well as an immersion in the rich community life our campus provides. The majority of our 310 students live on campus, sharing meals and participating in activities together. Over 30 interscholastic sport teams provide opportunities at a variety of levels, while our music and art studios are among the best equipped of any private boys’ school in the Northeast.