Groton seeks highly motivated students of great promise. We are especially interested in people who are inclined to be of service to others. The Admission Office seeks to sustain a student body that is racially, geographically, and socioeconomically diverse.
We welcome students from all backgrounds who share our ideals of service to others and well-rounded development of oneself. Listed below are several admission-related links which should be helpful to you. Please feel free to contact us whenever you have questions about the School or the admission process. And please visit us on campus! A visit is the best way to learn about Groton.
Read more on how to apply.
|The aim of the School is to accept students on their own qualifications without regard to their family's financial resources. Accordingly, no student should be deterred from applying to Groton because his or her parents cannot pay full tuition. Of Groton's 370 students, 37 percent receive financial aid. The average financial aid award for 2012-2013 was more than $37,990.|
Read more about financial aid at Groton.
Did you know that some students come to Groton for eighth grade?
We refer to our eighth grade as the Second Form because at one time we had a First Form! That’s right, students would come to Groton as seventh graders and graduate from the school six years later. Years ago, many schools had seventh and eighth grades, but today Groton is one of the few top secondary schools in the country that still offers an eighth grade program.Read more about Groton's eighth grade.