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Thank you for your interest in The Salisbury School.
As a community, The Salisbury School is committed to instilling the skills and habits necessary for intellectual and social growth at an early age. To that end, a caring, talented, and responsive faculty strives to foster a lifelong love of learning in each child from Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12.
 

The Salisbury School’s students engage in a carefully structured curriculum that stresses academic excellence and college preparation while nurturing curiosity and individual learning styles. Additionally, The Salisbury School’s commitment to the arts and athletics allows students to express their ideas and talents in a variety of venues as they prepare for college and for life.

We hope that the information provided here inspires you to visit our innovative, award-winning campus on Hobbs Road. Ultimately, there is no better way to measure the essence of a school than to observe the faces of the children, watch student-teacher interactions, and hear the depth of questioning and inquiry in every corner of the building.

We are excited for the opportunity to get to know you as a family. Taking a campus tour or making an appointment with the admissions office is the first step to familiarizing yourself with the many members of our community. We look forward to being your guides through the application process.

Sincerely,

Gail Carozza
Director of Admissions

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Contact Information

Gail Carozza
Director of Admissions
410-742-4464, ext. 123

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The Salisbury School admits students and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.