Salisbury At A Glance
Salisbury School has world class facilities including state-of-the-art academic classrooms and labs and a modern athletic center. Our classic Main Building and comfortable dorm rooms are all located on a beautifully maintained campus.
In addition to our main campus, Salisbury maintains hiking and biking trails that can be enjoyed much of the year.
state of the art athletic facilities
Salisbury School is nestled in an area which offers opportunities to enjoy and experience historical and cultural sites, fine dining, boundless outdoor activities and shopping.
Salisbury School is an all-boys private boarding school in New England’s Litchfield County. Our campus is located on 725 acres in northwest Connecticut, and features two main academic buildings, 10 residences and several state-of-the-art athletics and arts facilities. Our all-boys boarding school is located near New York, with less than a two-hour drive from the NYC metro area. Salisbury School is also within easy distance of Boston, Albany, Hartford, Greenwich and several other major population centers in the Northeast.
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dining and lodging
Nearby towns such as Canaan, Falls Village and Lakeville, CT, as well as Millerton, NY and Sheffield and Great Barrington, MA, host a range of dining options from fast food to fine cuisine.
Please visit your favorite travel site to choose your accommodations.
We are also well-known among New England’s all-boys boarding schools for our dining hall, which boasts a farm-to-table philosophy that draws heavily on local ingredients.
Several hotels and bed and breakfasts in nearby towns offer a variety of places to stay if you’re visiting our boys’ boarding high school from far out of town or for a tour, Parents Weekend or Reunion Weekend. Be advised, however, that lodging can fill up quickly during these special events, so be sure to book your room well in advance.
As a top New England boys’ boarding school for more than a century, we are naturally located near several areas of historic importance and other attractions. Bring the family for a weekend and enjoy outdoor activities, art, culture and more.
Alumni and parents, please call the Alumni/Development Office at 860-435-5740 if we can be of any assistance to you in choosing a place to stay, places to eat or things to see.
Prospective families, please call the Admissions Office at 860-435-5732 for assistance.