A private, all-men’s school founded in 1897, the Gilman School has the distinction of being the nation’s first country day school.
Gilman is committed to the development of the individual, both inside and outside of the classroom.
Students are required to take visual and performing arts classes, as well as religion courses. They are also required to participate in athletics and community service projects.
Awards, Ranking, Alumni, Tuition:
- Rated one of the top 30 feeder schools to the Ivies by Worth magazine
- Alumni include author Walter Lord, sportswriter and radio commentator Frank Deford, and U.S. Representative John Sarbanes
- Tuition: $26,180