The Lowell Whiteman School is a boarding and day school, with about 60% of our students living on campus as boarders. In the past five years, we’ve enrolled students from 24 states and 6 countries, making for a diverse and expansive experience for all of our students.
A typical weekday is balanced between academic time and athletic activity, ensuring that students maintain a healthy mix of intellectual and physical exercise. Nearly all of the faculty live on campus, and all students and faculty contribute to helping run and maintain the school. All-school announcements bring the community together on a daily basis, keeping everyone on the same page.
Even with the multitude of programs LWS offers, the school is at its heart a community of learners and explorers. Clearly, LWS appeals to young people who have a desire to work as hard as they play, and to be connected to a small school that asks a great deal of them, in and out of the classroom. The school community, bolstered by enthusiastic young people and dynamic faculty, makes the education all the more meaningful.