The Cheshire Academy experience is full and active; living and learning takes place not only in the classroom, but also in the art studios, dormitories, dining commons, on the athletic fields, and even on the footpaths that wind around campus. The Academy is a tight-knit and dynamic environment that offers a community rich in diversity. Fellow students become friends, teammates, and confidants that often develop into lifelong friendships. Teachers remain close by and ready to lend a helping hand, both in and out of the classroom. Faculty members accompany students on weekend events and activities. They drive the vans into town, host ‘Fire-pit Fridays’ complete with s’mores during athletic contests on the turf field, and open their homes to students for special dinner events.
Every weekend, faculty members host trips to local attractions including shopping centers, cinemas, museums, restaurants and other great attractions. Sign up for activities like shopping at an outlet, paintball adventures, excursions to local beaches and dinners out in nearby towns. We even head to Six Flags Amusement park when the weather is nice!
Feel like staying here? We have plenty to do. Join us for “Fire-pit Friday” at one of the turf games at Simosa Field where we roast marshmallows and make s’mores, or grab your swimsuit and jump in the pool for a screening of the movie “Jaws.” Gather your friends and check out Richardson Lecture Hall for the Friday Night Movie complete with popcorn and candy, or head to the regularly open spots on campus, including the gym, weight room and campus center. Activities offered vary by weekend, and suggestions for both on- and off-campus excursions are welcome!