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Think about how much time you spend inside school — and how much time you spend outside of it. Whether it’s a meal in the dining hall, soccer or choir practice, reading on the quad, using a 3D printer, gathering for a club meeting, going on a dig for a geology project, discussing geometry over coffee in Concord with your faculty advisor, or catching up on the day’s events with housemates, many important high school experiences take place outside the classroom.

At CA, we know that developing relationships with friends and faculty is essential to a strong and supportive community. As an alumna, I can attest to the importance of the relationships I formed here at CA, and still have strong connections with many of my classmates and teachers to this day.

Academic advising, numerous student activities, and individual skill development are core aspects of our commitment to common trust, fostering diversity, and personal and mutual respect. Advising, check-ins, and communication help our boarding and day students discover the optimum balance of studying, relaxing, and new creative and athletic pursuits. Dedicated guidance from advisors helps students find the path that’s right for them, while CA faculty understand the importance of offering world-class instruction inside our library, labs, performance spaces, courts, and studios — and outside of them.

Follow these links if you’re interested in reading a bit more about life on campus, our passionate commitment to diversity, and our Centennial Plan for advancing faculty leadership. As ever, please feel free to call us at +1 (978) 402-2250, or email us at with any questions, or to learn more about CA — we’re eager to hear from you.

Dora Hui ’07
Assistant Director of Admissions and
Multicultural & International Recruitment Liaison

Community and Equity

Community and Equity

Diversity at CA is a reflection of the complexity and richness that results when students and adults come together, carrying stories of their individual cultures and backgrounds, and testing out their own unique identities through the contrasts and commonalities that they recognize between themselves and the larger school community.
Life on Campus

Life on Campus

Whether it’s documentary screenings over dinner, dessert discussions about current events, club meetings on the quad, or exploring downtown with classmates, CA students enjoy their time outside of class in many constructive, relaxing, and fun ways.