An average day in the life of a boarder can vary widely based on what the student's interests are.
|7:30am||All boarders, except seniors, are required to check in at breakfast, although a lot of the seniors come along too for the good food and company.|
|8:25am - 3:00pm||Students are in class.|
|3:15pm - 4:00pm||Activities period is used for club meetings, tutoring, or spending time with day students before the buses leave.|
|4:00pm - 6:00pm||Many students play a sport or get a head start on their schoolwork for the evening.|
|6:00pm||Dinner brings boarders and campus families together for a meal in the dining hall.|
|7:00pm - 9:00pm||Underclassmen go to study hall. Upperclassmen are allowed to stay in their rooms as long as they maintain a quiet atmosphere.|
|9:00pm - 10:00pm||Activities depend on the night and what is available on campus. Students participate in open gym, campus parents, snack times, and movie nights, among many other things.|
|10:00pm||Students are required to return to their respective dorm buildings so that the dorm parents can lock the doors and set the alarms.|
This schedule can also change according to a student's personal interests, such as play rehearsal, peer tutoring, watching or performing in a band concert, working a campus job, or babysitting for a campus family. Life never ceases to be busy for boarders.
You feel that you really do own the school in a way. You're more a part of it.