Proctor's more than 135 academic courses, 30 sports and afternoon activities, 5 term-long off-campus programs, and more than 30 art electives give you the freedom to choose your own path through Proctor. Which path will you choose? 

Visiting Campus

Welcome to Proctor!

We believe visiting campus is the most exciting part of the admission process. It is during your visit that you will start to picture yourself in classes, on an athletic team, taking part in student leadership, or volunteering to be a peer-tutor. Most importantly, visiting campus is the only way to truly understand a school’s sense of community. We look forward to having you on campus and sharing our community with you. 

To schedule your visit to Proctor, please call our Admissions Office at (603) 735-6652 or send us an email. Before contacting us, please be sure to complete our pre-visit form.

Visiting Proctor FAQs

List of 6 frequently asked questions.

  • When should I visit Proctor?

    Campus Visits are typically scheduled while school is in session so that you can meet students, faculty, and staff. Our school calendar shows when we are on breaks or holidays.
  • What should I wear to my visit?

    Proctor’s dress code on campus is “neat and clean,” which means we would like you to dress comfortably for your appointment. We do recommend, however, that you take a close look at the weather before coming to campus and dress appropriately. 
  • What will I do during my visit?

    A typical campus visit will include a student-guided tour of campus, a meeting with an admission officer, and a visit to our all school assembly. A typical campus visit usually lasts about two hours.
  • Can I meet coaches or program directors during my visit?

    If there is a particular teacher, coach, or program director you would like to meet, please tell us when you arrange your visit and we will be sure to accommodate your request.
  • Where do we stay when we visit?

    The admission office recommends three local inns for visiting families. The Highland Lake Inn, The Inn at Pleasant Lake, and The New London Inn are all near campus and provide excellent accommodations. If you want more options, check out our lodging list.
  • Can I visit campus more than once?

    We know that the admission process involves multiple points of contact, and, therefore, we invite you to attend an Open House, a sporting or performing arts event, schedule a “shadow day” of classes, or attend Revisit Days after acceptances have been mailed.
Located in  Andover, NH,  Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 912. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
204 Main Street  .  PO Box 500  .  Andover, NH 03216
p. (603) 735-6000   f. (603) 735-6300