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Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter

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Founded in 1781 by John Phillips, Exeter has a tradition of academic excellence, a distinguished faculty, and a long history of educating young people to find their place in the world.

Exeter teaches students from all walks of life to:

• Think, discuss, question and analyze

• Combine knowledge with goodness

• Acquire the intellectual skills that ensure a love of learning and a lifelong commitment to helping others

Exeter's academic offerings are unrivalled: over 450 courses in 19 subject areas. The student to teacher ratio, 5:1, lets students explore the world with great support from the adults in the community.

An Exeter education prepares students to use the skills learned at school in all life's endeavors. Exeter is a life-changing experience, challenging and fun. It asks a great deal from every student - higher standards, greater expectations, and deeper engagement not only in the world of ideas, but also in the life of the community.

This site is not monitored by the Exeter Admissions Office. All potential applicants to Exeter, please visit www.exeter.edu/admissions.

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • I just visited Exeter on a reunion meeting. From the time I went to Exeter 55 years ago many things have changed. First of all when I went there it was strictly boys only. Today it is coeducational wh...  more »
  • Whether you're visiting the campus with a prospective student or just passing by, take the time to visit the library - an architectural wonder - and the other academic buildings on campus. Don't be su...  more »
  • I've walked the campus several times, especially in the fall when the trees are a riot of color. The chapel and art museum are very nice, and the architecture and grounds are beautiful. It's one of th...  more »
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  • Outstanding. I can't start a review because it will be too long. The opportunity of a lifetime for my son. Just attended his 10th year reunion and I enjoyed hearing the excitement in his voice when he spoke about reconnecting with old friends and teachers. He's grown up to be an incredible man and good humanitarian and it's all because of the his PEA education. Proud Parent '07
  • It was so good my child loved it
  • One of the best schools.
  • THIS PLACE HAS SEXY DUDES
  • Great High School with great facilities and teachers.