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Salisbury School CT

bs1990bs1990 0 replies1 threads New Member
Hi, I am a past parent of a Salisbury School alum (class of 2018). Please ask me any questions.
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  • CTMom21CTMom21 606 replies2 threads Member
    Nice to see another Salisbury parent! My son is currently a junior.
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  • bs1990bs1990 0 replies1 threads New Member
    How has your sons experience been there, afraid to say my family is not Salisburys biggest fan.
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  • WyceeLiuWyceeLiu 5 replies0 threads New Member
    I am checking out Salisburys for friend's twin boys, so may I ask why you are not a fan?
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  • WyceeLiuWyceeLiu 5 replies0 threads New Member
    Hi, do they arrange social activities for the boys to meet with girls from other schools?
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  • CTMom21CTMom21 606 replies2 threads Member
    @WyceeLiu, I sent you a PM. Happy to answer any questions that I can!
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  • Hazel8800Hazel8800 2 replies0 threads New Member
    If your friend’s boys have accepted admission at Salisbury, I highly recommend they reconsider. As a current parent who is watching their incompetence unfold in the midst of COVID outbreak, I could only suggest anyone run quickly from this group of snake oil salesmen.
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  • Hazel8800Hazel8800 2 replies0 threads New Member
    They tell you they provide so many resources and claim to “do everything right for boys”. Lie. They do everything right for their bottom line. It’s a shameful con job they do on incoming families. Don’t believe anything they tell you.
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  • HarkishHarkish 6 replies1 threads New Member
    My son is currently at Salisbury, so reading the few comments here, some quite negative but without real context, I thought I'd put in my two bits. My son has had a great experience at Salisbury. The teachers are for the most part excellent - from our experience but also from my son's, and he is a tough critic. The school spirit is high, the facilities fantastic, and the ethos of educating gentlemen something that they seem to take seriously. Having other kids in other schools, I have witnessed how Salisbury transitioned to distance learning as a result of covid, and they have done quite well under the circumstances, certainly better than the other schools I have witnessed. If your boy is not for Exeter or Groton, if you like the idea of a smaller school in a lovely, remote setting, with dedicated and talented teachers, Salisbury may be perfect. It has been for us.
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