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Located just 35 minutes from New York City, on a majestic 96-acre suburban campus in Dobbs Ferry in Westchester County, The Masters School is a co-educational day and boarding school that engages 5th-12th grade students in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. Boarding starts from the 9th grade, and the combination of boarding and day students results in an exceptionally dynamic and diverse community life where students from across the country and around the globe form strong friendships with each other and with day students.The Masters School is a vibrant and diverse learning community with more than 575 students from around the country and the world.Photo of Contact Page - Day & Boarding School in Westchester County, NY

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Co-Educational Programs for students in Grades 5-12:
- Day Program (grades 5-12)
- Full-residential Boarding Program (grades 9-12)
- Middle School
- Upper School
- Arts Program
- Athletics / Extra-curricular Activities

The Masters School is accredited by the the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. We offer one of the only boarding school experiences in the New York metropolitan area. 

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Address: Dobbs Ferry, New York, Westchester County, New York , USA
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