The Storm King School
* This figure may not reflect actual classroom sizes.
The Storm King School (New York)
Set in a rural area known as Cornwall On Hudson, The Storm King School is a private boarding school in New York. There are 32 private schools, including this one, in Orange County. In terms of religious orientation, The Storm King School is a nonsectarian school.
The Storm King School has a rich history dating back to 1867 when it was founded by a Presbyterian Church pastor. It acquired its current name in 1922. Many individuals and organisations have dedicated their energy to the school over time, giving financial aid to the school and this has led to the tremendous growth and development.
The academic school years lasts 171 calendar days and each day students spend 9 hours in class. In 2011, 100% of the graduating senior class went on to 4-year colleges.
26.3 full-time equivalent teachers are on staff to educate the student body of 132 students in grades 8-12. That’s a student-teacher ratio of 5.02. We look more closely at students and teachers in several charts below.
Associations & Organizations
- National Association of Independent Schools
- The Association of Boarding Schools
Students by Gender
Students by Grade
Teachers on Staff
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