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The Salisbury Advantage
Alumni Jeff Erdmann '81 and classmate Nick Lieder team up to tackle urban challenges in Norwalk, CT at the Open Door shelter.
“Doing everything right for boys” means our faculty are actively seeking ways to support students in their academics. While teaching content and skills remain at the heart of all we do, understanding that boys learn best when they feel connected to the material determines the ways in which information is communicated. Our faculty works tirelessly to show how things are relevant and why they matter. Motivating students through active engagement, our classrooms are alight with vibrant and lively discussions. We have cultivated a classroom culture of interaction that heightens focus and attention. In addition, a feeling of support is pervasive throughout our academic programs. Boys are at their best when they know that teachers are invested in their success. With our faculty’s commitment to these common goals, help is offered in class and beyond. In taking a glimpse into our classrooms, the subjects vary, but the goal of supporting our boys in their academic achievement remains central to the Salisbury experience. Whether it’s a themed study of migration, extra help in the math café or competing for valuable class contribution points in English class, our faculty is committed to bringing out the best in boys.
How "shooting monkeys" teaches students about gravitational pull; learn more about the hands on experiments Salisbury teachers employ every day on campus.
By adding innovative teaching to traditional methods, English on the Hilltop is reaching new heights.
Take a tour of of Salisbury's Math Cafe and see how math matters on the Hilltop.
Team building, creativity and learning come together as our students discover the rich history of the pinata.
Our Fourth Formers dive into family history for a bit of self discovery.