Beyond Belmont Day

We regularly hear from secondary schools how much they enjoy enrolling Belmont Day students. In addition to being academically strong and socially adept, our graduates are also good citizens who know how to care for others. They are enthusiastic learners who contribute in classrooms and throughout the community. They often become athletic team captains, stand out in the arts, and serve as leaders of clubs and campus activities in their next schools.

Meanwhile, we also hear from alumni and parents how well their Belmont Day education prepared them for high school and laid the foundation to be lifelong learners. Our graduates are confident public speakers and excellent researchers and writers. They have a strong STEM skills and are creative problem-solvers in every discipline. They use the self-awareness and advocacy skills developed here to pursue thoughtful goals and succeed.

It’s no wonder, then, that our graduates go on to the high schools of their choosing, including day and boarding independent schools, faith-based schools, and local public schools. Our Director of High School placement works closely with families to ensure that our students progress to high schools that are a strong fit for their interests and strengths.

The Class of 2019 is attending:

  • Arlington High School
  • Belmont High School (2)
  • Belmont Hill School
  • Boston University Academy
  • Cambridge Rindge and Latin School (2)
  • Cambridge School of Weston (6)
  • Concord Academy (6)
  • Gann Academy
  • Groton School
  • Milton Academy
  • Northfield Mount Hermon School
  • John D. O’Bryant High School
  • Phillips Andover Academy
  • Pingree School (2)
  • Proctor Academy
  • St. John’s Prep
  • Thacher School
  • Winsor School

Secondary School Enrollment

Classes of 2014–2019 have attended:

  • Arlington High School (4)
  • Arlington Catholic High School
  • Beaver Country Day School (3)
  • Belmont High School (3)
  • Belmont Hill School (7)
  • Brooks School
  • Boston College High School
  • Boston University Academy (3)
  • Brewster Academy
  • Brimmer and May School (2)
  • Buckingham Browne &
  • Nichols School (24)
  • Cambridge Rindge and
  • Latin School (11)
  • Cambridge School of Weston (13)
  • Chapel Hill Chauncey Hall (3)
  • Commonwealth School (2)
  • Concord Academy (17)
  • Concord Carlisle High School
  • Dana Hall School
  • Dexter Southfield School
  • Gann Academy
  • Governor’s Academy
  • Groton School
  • Holderness School (2)
  • Hotchkiss School
  • Kimball Union Academy
  • Lawrence Academy (4)
  • Lexington Christian Academy
  • Lexington High School
  • Malden Catholic High School
  • Matignon Catholic High School
  • Middlesex School (3)
  • Milton Academy (3)
  • Minuteman Career and Technical High School (2)
  • New Hampton School (2)
  • Newton North High School
  • Noble and Greenough School (4)
  • Northfield Mount
  • Hermon School (4)
  • Phillips Andover Academy
  • Phillips Exeter Academy (3)
  • Pingree School
  • Proctor Academy
  • Putney School (2)
  • Rivers School (2)
  • Somerville High School (2)
  • St. George’s School
  • St. John’s Prep (3)
  • St. Paul’s School
  • Suffield Academy
  • Thacher School
  • Winsor School