The Foundation for a Meaningful Life Kindergarten - Grade 9 in Southborough, MA
List of 2 news stories.
The Case for Coeducation
Jan 14, 2020 Single-sex education is experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Although research on its benefits has been largely inconclusive, the argument that boys and girls are hard-wired with different learning styles that should be accommodated can feel compelling to a parent who wants to make the best educational choice for their child. What is often missing from this discussion, however, are the significant benefits that students of both genders gain from a coed learning environment. Read More
Broaden Your Horizons - Why It's Great to Be a Multi-Sport Athlete
Jan 22, 2018
If you’re a dedicated athlete, musician, or math whiz, it can be immensely rewarding to give it your all and focus on being the best you can be. But there’s also something to be said for taking a risk and broadening your horizons. In these remarks from a speech made to our Upper Schoolers at a recent Morning Meeting, Fay’s Director of Athletics, Rob Feingold, reflects on why it can be a great choice to resist the urge to specialize and instead try something new.
Fay School was founded in 1866 and is the oldest junior boarding school in the United States. Our 66-acre campus is located in Southborough, MA, just 25 miles from Boston. Our community includes 475 students in kindergarten through grade nine and includes 150 boarders in grades 7-9 from across the United States and over 20 countries. Fay is recognized around the world for its superior educational program, and our graduates are accepted to top secondary schools. Fay's program empowers students to discover their talents, develop their intellectual abilities, establish essential academic skills and knowledge, and define their moral character - all essential to living a life of meaning and making a positive difference in the world.