Fay School (Massachusetts)
Fay School is a private coed school in Southborough, Massachusetts. If you don’t count Fay School, there are 90 private schools in Worcester County. Their campus is set in a large suburb, which is just one important piece of information to consider when looking at boarding schools. In terms of religious orientation, Fay School is a nonsectarian school.
The academic school years lasts 165 calendar days and each day students spend 7 hours in class.
77.1 full-time equivalent teachers are on staff to educate the student body of 441 students in grades PK-9. That’s a student-teacher ratio of 5.72. We look more closely at students and teachers in several charts below.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- The Association of Boarding Schools
- Other School Associations
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