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Choate Rosemary Hall


A Choate Rosemary Hall experience is defined by two interwoven priorities: a rigorous academic curriculum and an emphasis on the formation of character for teachers and students to live and learn with each other in important ways. Choate cultivates a vibrant community of principled individuals and unites them through common purpose, active engagement, and mutual respect. Choate values shared experiences and traditions that shape character, build cohesion, generate school spirit, and foster lifelong connections. Choate is a school big enough to offer an extraordinary breadth of opportunities, but small enough to feel personal.


333 Christian Street

Wallingford, CT 06492

(203) 697-2000



School's Mission: 

Choate aims to foster an environment which attracts motivated students from diverse backgrounds whose academic commitment is personally supported. Students will understand various intellectual connections of learning, develop a global perspective on important issues, appreciate the beauty and grace in their lives, and achieve distinction in their individual passions. The curriculum’s intention is to encourage students to think critically and communicate clearly. Choate also aims to graduate students who pursue schools which affirm their self-worth, generates independent thought, inspires a joy in learning, and commitment to improve the welfare of others.

At a Glance

867 Students
39% U.S. Students of Color
45 Countries Represented

Equidistant from
NYC and Boston



Student:Faculty Ratio


Average Students Per Class


Admission Contact

Jeffrey Beaton, Director of Admission