Webb's future is intimately connected to the values of its original visionaries. The school supports six enduring understandings based upon these founding values. They are:

   Integrity is a cornerstone of a flourishing life and community.

   Learning is an enjoyable and ongoing process.

   Respect for self and others is essential to a harmonious society.

   Self-discipline and autonomy are essential to success.

   Each person has unique gifts and capacities and a responsibility to develop them.

   Each person shares the responsibility and honor of serving others.



I recently finished my first year of college, and I felt very prepared  For example, I gained the study skills needed to do well on my exams, while other students in my classes, who had attended larger high schools, did not know how to prepare for a major test. I also had close relationships with my teachers, making it easier to approach my college professors with confidence."

Caroline Tuma, Class of 2014


The private boarding/day school education at Webb focuses on the whole student. Our rigorous college preparatory programs offer the opportunities and support that ready students for a successful college career.  Webb students become accountable to themselves for their performance inside and out of the classroom. In our small boarding school environment students learn the pride of hard work and the patience necessary to accomplish tasks. They gain the confidence to express themselves through writing and public speaking. Ultimately, Webb students become accountable to themselves for their successes in and out of the classroom.

Our personalized approach to education creates an environment where students and teachers are able to actively engage in conversation about the material. With a student to teacher ratio of 6:1 and an average class size of 10, Webb's classrooms become a place where students feel comfortable sharing their opinions, asking questions, and opening discussions. Without question, Webb is a place geared toward encouraging ongoing learning and academic success.

Cultivate in the student a sense of self-reliance by teaching him to think and not merely to accumulate facts - the accumulation of facts being desirable only as furnishing material for thought.

- Sawney Webb, Founder


AP Courses Offered

  • Biology
  • Calculus AB
  • Calculus BC
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • English III Language and Composition
  • English IV Literature and Composition
  • Environmental Science
  • French Language and Culture
  • Government and Politics
  • Latin
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Modern European History
  • Spanish Language and Culture
  • Statistics
  • Studio Art: 2D Design
  • Studio Art: Drawing
  • Physics 1
  • Physics (Electromagnetism)
  • Physics (Mechanics)
  • U.S. History
  • World History