About This School
In 2010, Winsor School had 6 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Massachusetts average is 14 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Winsor School Reviews
I currently attend Winsor and think that it is amazing. I have learned so much inside and outside the classrooms. The teachers all care so much about each and every student, and I feel like they genuinely want what is best for me. Although sometimes the girls can be very competitive about academics and athletics, they are also understanding and will help anyone who needs help. I have made so many friends that I will keep my whole life, and would never regret anything about coming to Winsor. In addition to fabulous academics, Winsor also has an amazing Arts and Athletics program. The sports teams are competitive and serious, but the coaches keep it fun at the same time. All in all Winsor is the best thing any girl could ever ask for.
I have sent three daughter to Winsor. Two have graduated and one is still there. While there are always issues in any school, I can confidently say that there is no better place for academically inclined girls to get a top-notch education.
Winsor is not for everyone. It is expensive. The high school classes are taught with college text books. The girls work their tails off. There are times when I wish it was a little less rigorous. But the results speak for themselves. The older two got into their first choice colleges - both top-notch schools. My youngest is on the same path.
With very few exceptions, the administration and the teachers care passionately about the quality of education the girls receive. The director, Rachel Stettler, is a focused but caring leader.
Winsor has been a big investment for our family, but a good one.
Winsor School is the best school for girls, hands down!
My daughter's in this school. It's really expensive, and although enriching, is not worth you money. Also, their punishments are often very cruel and dehumanizing.
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