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The Putney School

The Putney School

The Putney School is a co-educational boarding school for grades 9-12 founded in 1935 By Carmelita Hinton. It is a progressive school that values the idea that education is something to be actively pursued rather than passively received.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

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STUDENT-FACULTY RATIO

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Located in Putney, Vermont, The Putney School is located on a 500-acre campus that includes s includes nine dorms, solar cabins, 32 classrooms, an arts centre and theatre, a net-zero field house (conserving >50 MWh/year), a dining hall, 40km of trails, a boat house, a dairy farm (producing about 65,000 gallons/year of milk), a horse barn and eight gardens.

Located in Putney, Vermont, The Putney School is located on a 500-acre campus that includes s includes nine dorms, solar cabins, 32 classrooms, an arts centre and theatre, a net-zero field house (conserving >50 MWh/year), a dining hall, 40km of trails, a boat house, a dairy farm (producing about 65,000 gallons/year of milk), a horse barn and eight gardens.