With a Groton education, you will think critically, speak and write clearly, reason quantitatively, and learn to understand the experiences of others.
You will better understand the world today through the study of ancient civilizations. You will benefit from the STEM approaches infused throughout math and science classes. And you will nourish your intellect with time-tested fundamentals, such as Latin.
Even more than that—you will learn to distinguish the germane from the trivial and right from wrong. As a Groton student, you will analyze, problem-solve, and leave the Circle prepared for, in the words of school founder Endicott Peabody, “the active work of life.”