Grades: PK - 12 | 237 students
Clarendon Hall believes that the aim of education is to promote right, reason, and moral imagination, and to explain to the student his/her place in the western tradition into which he/she has been born. Accordingly, it emphasizes academic studies that put the student in touch with the principles of history, language, religion, literature, logic, mathematics and science through which he/she is enabled to make sound value judgments and to understand his/her cultural heritage. Clarendon Hall also believes that a well-trained body compliments an educated mind. Accordingly, it stresses academics first, then participation in athletics.