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Can you picture yourself at Proctor? Does it feel like the right place for you? There's no better way to answer those questions - and to get a feel for the energy of Proctor - than to visit the campus and explore it yourself. You'll be able to imagine your life as a Proctor student by seeing us in action: students studying, assembly, plays rehearsing
the dining hall, getting involved in hands-on academic or art projects
, playing on one of Proctor's varied athletic teams.
You’ll find our classic New England village
easy to get around, and the 3000-acre campus, with its impressive facilities, is right in the middle of Andover. Here's how to get here...
Proctor welcomes visits from prospective students and their families. If you’re applying to Proctor, be sure to let us know when you’re coming. Proctor does require an interview.
Questions? Feel free to contact admissions anytime by calling 603-735-6312 or by e-mail at email@example.com.Planning and Preparing for Your School Visit
Proctor requires interviews of all its applicants—by meeting with you we’ll get a sense of your passions and potential that we can’t quite get from your application. If you would like to schedule an interview, please call our office at (603) 735-6312 during office hours (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday). We recommend that you call to set up this appointment as soon as possible. Interviews must be completed by mid-February for a March 10 decision. After that date, we are in rolling admission.
When you schedule your on-campus interview, we will schedule a tour
as well. A current student will take you and your family around campus and answer your questions: What’s it like being in a class with only 12 students? Do you like living in a dorm? Is the food really good? The tour is your chance to ask the tough questions.
Your campus visit could last three hours and will include a student guided tour and a personal interview -- first you and then your parents -- with an admission officer. If you would like to speak to a program director or coach, please note this request at the time you schedule your appointment.When is the best time to visit?
We highly recommend visiting us on a Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, or Friday. Wednesdays? On those days a visiting family can poke their nose into an ongoing class, sit in on an all school assembly, and generally see the campus in full swing. Appointments are available at 9:00 a.m, 10 a.m, and 1:15 p.m. Obviously, the best time of the year to visit is while we are in session
.What are you going to ask me?
We will ask questions in the interview that are not answered in the application. For example, rather than asking you to recite the grades you received on your last report card, we might ask you how you perceive yourself as a student or how you feel about attending boarding school. The interview will be a fun, two-way conversation. This is an opportunity to have your questions answered, too. We want to learn as much about you as possible, so don't hesitate to brag a little about your talents.Can I visit classes or spend the night when I come to campus for my interview?
More than 600 families visit Proctor each year. To protect the integrity of the learning process, we allow students to visit classes only during the Spring Revisit Days
for admitted Proctor students. We do not allow prospective students to spend the night in dormitories.