High School


Phillips Exeter Academy 菲利普艾斯特中學 (新罕布什爾州 NH)


Founded by John Phillips as a feeder school to Harvard University; has largest secondary-school library in the world.

Phillips Exeter Academy was founded by John Phillips in 1781. For more than 200 years, they have remained true to the principles on which Phillips founded the school: to unite "goodness and knowledge" in learning and to cultivate "the minds and morals" of students.

Phillips Exeter Academy (also known as Exeter or PEA) is an American private college preparatory school for boarding and day students between the 9th and 12th grade. It is a large co-educational school, with over 1,000 students. It was founded in 1781 by John Phillips, a wealthy American merchant and early patron of schools.

Phillips Exeter Academy, a co-educational residential school serving 1000 students in grades 9 through 12, and post-graduate level.  Exeter, founded in 1781 by John Phillips, has a tradition of academic excellence, a distinguished faculty, and a long history of educating young people to find their place in the world. 

The Basics
School Type Independent Private School
Housing Boarding
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Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phillips_Exeter_Academy
School Website http://www.exeter.edu/
General Information
State New Hampshire (NH)
Location Exeter
Nearest City 1hours15mins to Boston
Environment Town
Campus Size 620 acres (2.50 km2)
Year Founded 1781
Admission Req.m Hong Kong F.3
Enrollment around 1070

Students’ matriculation records

Originally, Exeter was effectively a preparatory school for Harvard, much as its archrival Phillips Academy was seen as a Yale feeder school. Today Exonians matriculate to many top universities across America and abroad. Averaged over many years, more Exeter students go to Harvard than to any other single college or university, but the number matriculating to Harvard in a single year is not always the highest.For more recent records, members of the classes of 2010–2012 most frequently enrolled at HarvardColumbiaYaleTuftsPrinceton, and Dartmouth.

Student Life 

Exeter students benefit from a rich academic and social life. Students can choose from many co-curricular activities including athletics, arts, performance, social responsibility, environmental concerns, and more. The 90 clubs provide students with many outlets to express existing interests and develop new ones. Developing interests -  both new and well established -  is a key goal of an Exeter education.

Note: Coeducation - The Academy became coeducational in 1970 when 39 girls began attending.Today the student body is roughly half boys and half girls. In 1996, to reflect the Academy's coeducational status, a new gender-inclusive Latin inscription Hic Quaerite Pueri Puellaeque Virtutem et Scientiam ("Here, boys and girls, seek goodness and knowledge") was added over the main entrance to the Academy Building. This new inscription augments the original one – Huc Venite, Pueri, ut Viri Sitis ("Come hither boys so that ye may become men").