Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Show Me The Money

Education is a lucrative business, plain and simple. The logic goes, if I pay a premium for something, I will benefit from it more than others who do no pay. Simply put, paying the price of a college tuition just to attend high school is now a common practice. Here are the noteables from a list put together by Business Insider of the #37 most expensive prep schools:

#36 St. Paul's School, Concord, New Hampshire
Boarding student tuition: $46,175
Enrollment: 539
Endowment: $437 million

#35 Choate Rosemary Hall, Wallingford, Conn.
Boarding student tuition: $46,420
Enrollment: 850
Endowment: $283 million

#34 Taft School, Watertown, Conn.
Boarding student tuition: $46,500
Enrollment: 580
Endowment: $203 million

#28 Loomis Chaffee, WIndsor, Conn.
Boarding student tuition: $47,100
Enrollment: 680
Endowment: $197 million

#25 Kent School, Kent, Conn.
Boarding student tuition: $47,400
Enrollment: 565
Endowment: $62 million

#22 Brooks School, North Andover, Mass,
Boarding student tuition: $47,555
Enrollment: 370
Endowment: $65.6 million

#10 The Lawrenceville School, Lawrenceville, NJ
Boarding student tuition: $48,800
Enrollment: 810
Endowment: $330 million

#6 Groton School, Groton, Mass.
Boarding student tuition: $49,810
Enrollment: 370
Endowment: $305 million

Note that only 4 of the 8 schools in the Eight School Association are present. Missing are: Andover, Exeter, Deerfield, Hotchkiss, Northfield Mount Hermon (NMH).

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