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Boarding School Relationships With The Towns They are Located In
This is sort of a random question, but I was wondering how the relationships are between different boarding schools and the towns they are located in. I was wondering if these relationships vary depending on whether the BS is a school or an academy (since academies are typically more open to the public than schools). In particular, I was told by our tour guide at Choate that Wallingford residents and teenagers are typically not very kind to Choate students while Deerfield Academy students told us that the local residents of deerfield were always really accepting and helpful towards the DA boarders. What is this relationship like at other schools (Andover, Exeter, SPS, Milton, L'ville, etc.) Also how often are you actually immersed in the culture of the town of the BS one attends as a boarder? Are they sort of in their own little bubble?48 replies
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