Eagle Hill is truly a place where extraordinary things happen every day, for students and for their families.
Eagle Hill School is a co-educational, college preparatory boarding school that provides an individualized education for students with diverse learning profiles, including those identified with dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, and ADHD.
What makes Eagle Hill School fundamentally different than other schools is our belief in learning diversity and our understanding that each student’s path to the future will be unique. As educators, our work is to understand each student’s constellation of talents, challenges, interests, hopes, and fears—and then together design school experiences that develop and showcase those talents, confront challenges, allay fears, pursue and expand interests, and realize those hopes and dreams.
Students find success in our classrooms. They try new things and discover passions. They make lifelong friendships—with classmates, teachers, coaches, and dorm counselors.
Our goal in the Admission Office is to make the process fit the needs of your family, which is truly the hallmark of Eagle Hill. You can visit our admission webpages to learn more about the admission process but don’t hesitate to reach out to us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. We can’t wait to talk with you!
HAAKON H., CLASS OF 2012
Don’t take it from us—let the voices of our students and parents tell their stories.
Sophia C., Class of 2022
"I wasn't looking for a school with a program for learning diversity. I was looking for a school where learning diversity is the whole program."
Suzie T., parent of a student, class 2024
“When I came to EHS all those years ago, I had no clue what I wanted to do with my life, but I can assure you it didn’t involve graduate school. From the support I got at EHS, I have not only been able to develop into a humble leader but someone who knows how to learn and how to succeed in a world despite having learning differences.”
HARRISON S., Class of 2020
"Eagle Hill put the spark back in our daughter and gave our family a feeling of hope and encouragement about the future that for a long time we thought we lost."
James M., parent of a student, class 2022