List of 8 items.

  • 100%

    Acceptance to four-year colleges
  • 24%

    Students receive some form of financial aid
  • 30

    Countries represented in the student body
  • 50

    Sports Teams, 26 varsity
  • 77%

    of faculty have advanced degrees
  • 96

    Acres Overlooking the Hudson River
  • 12

    Miles from New York City
  • 63

    performing arts productions

our campus

Additional Information

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  • Head of School

    Laura Danforth has served as our 14th head of school since July 2015.
  • Enrollment

    Middle School (grades 5-8)
    170 students
    Upper School (boarding and day, grades 9-12)
    524 students
    Students from 11 states, 30 countries and more than 120 local zip codes
  • Faculty

    109 full-time faculty members
    70% have advanced degrees
    Average class size: 14 students
    Faculty/student ratio: 14:1
  • Tuition & Financial Aid

    For 2023-2024 School Year

    Upper School

    Boarding (7-day) - $74,500
    Boarding (5-day) - $65,500
    Day - $57,500

    Middle School
    Day - $57,500

    Financial Aid
    24% of the student body receives financial aid.
A NYSAIS accreditation represents the culmination of an in-depth self-study that includes an exhaustive internal and external examination of all aspects of the school community including mission and culture, governance, educational program, student and student services, finance and school operations, parents, faculty and non-teaching personnel, community relations, and communications.  The NYSAIS accreditation process also verifies that the school’s educational program complies with all requirements established by the New York State Board of Regents. Through a process of continual self-improvement that includes visiting teams of professionals from outside the school community, The Masters School has fulfilled the accreditation requirements for an independent school.