Head of School Pieter Mulder delivers his opening message at all-school meeting on Thursday, September 5, 2019.


Boarding Students 90%

Day Students 10%

Total Students 400

Applications 1,125

Newly Enrolled 139



Faculty 87

Faculty with advanced degrees 58%

Faculty living on campus 76%

Student to faculty ratio 4:1

Berkshire Alumni 5,926

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States Represented 28

Countries Represented 35

Students of Color 28%

International Students 17%

The map above indicates the countries of current Berkshire School students.


Every year since 2013, nearly 90% of the senior class earned acceptances to Barron's Profile of American Colleges' "Most Competitive" and "Highly Competitive" colleges and universities. Below you'll find where our latest graduates are headed.



The University of Alabama
The American University of Paris
Babson College
Bates College (5)***
Boston College
Boston University (4)**
Brown University*
Bucknell University (4)***
Carnegie Mellon University
Colby College (2) **
Colgate University*
Columbia University
Cornell University (2)*
Dartmouth College*
Delaware State University
Denison University*
Dickinson College (4)***
Eckerd College
Elmira College
Elon University (5)***
Emory University (Oxford)
Franklin & Marshall College*
Hobart and William Smith Colleges (3)**

Johns Hopkins University*
Kenyon College*
Lafayette College*
Lehigh University (2)*
Lesley University
Lycoming College
Miami University, Oxford (2)
New York University
Newcastle University
Northeastern University (2)
Northwestern University (2)*
Rollins College
Rutgers University (2)
Santa Clara University
Seton Hall University
Sewanee: The University of the South
Skidmore College (2)*
Southern Methodist University (4)****
St. Francis College
St. John’s University
St. Lawrence University (5)***
Syracuse University
Texas Christian University (2)*
Trinity College (5)*
Universita Bocconi, Italy
University of British Columbia

University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of Colorado at Boulder
University of Denver (4)**
University of Miami
University of Michigan
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2)
University of Pennsylvania (3)**
University of Richmond*
University of Rochester*
University of Southern California
University of St. Andrews
University of Sydney (Australia)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
University of Vermont
Villanova University (2)
University of Virginia (3)
Wake Forest University
Washington and Lee University*
Wesleyan University
Wheaton College (MA) (2)*
Williams College

* denotes Early Decision


Grades 9-12 and Post-graduate (PG)

Average Class Size 12

Academic Courses 141

AP Courses 17

Advanced Courses 36

Languages Offered Chinese, French, Latin, Spanish


Boarding Student Tuition (2019-2020) $64,200

Day Student Tuition (2019-2020) $49,900

Financial Aid Available $5.1 Million

Students Receiving Financial Aid 28%

Endowment $144 Million 
(as of June 30, 2019)