An Episcopal, co-educational boarding school in Middletown, Delaware for grades 9 – 12

  • Residential & Student Life

Students have at their disposal a great deal of equipment and property: furniture in their rooms, desks, classroom chairs and tables, library books, a language laboratory, science labs, computers, athletic gear, Dining Hall furniture and such items as thermostats, light fixtures and window screens. They have a responsibility for maintaining this equipment for their own use and for the use of those who will come after them. If a student wishes to have equipment adjusted or repaired (as in the case of a thermostat or lab equipment), he/she should never tinker with it, but should report the needs to a faculty member in charge of the particular area. The School’s Facilities Team will make the necessary adjustments.

Breakage of any nature must be reported to a faculty member at once. Also, a student finding something broken should report the breakage so that the item may be repaired. The School will absorb the cost of breakage that results from normal wear and tear, but breakage resulting from negligence or willful acts will, of course, be charged to the breaker (if known) or to a group of students on a shared basis.

At the end of the year, students should leave their room clean and tidy. Students who leave their room damaged or messy at the end of the year will be charged a fee of $200.

Each student must check out with their corridor parent before leaving on a major vacation.

  • campus facilities
  • dorm policies
  • general student behavior guidelines