Location: Beverly, Massachusetts, Boston's North Shore, 25 miles north of the city

Campus size: 32 acres of fields (3 athletic fields) pine woods, pond, stream, and marshland

School: Co-educational day school, grades 6-12

Founded: 1972 by Philip and Josée Waring
Graduates (as of 2018): 657

Graduates 2018: 29, Colleges Attended by Waring Graduates: See list »

Average class size: 10 to 16

Student enrollment: 155

Student/teacher ratio: 7:1

Interscholastic sports: Soccer, Basketball, Lacrosse, Cross-country

Accreditation: New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Curriculum: Interdisciplinary Humanities course; four years' math and science requirement; comprehensive music and arts instruction; French immersion, cultural exchange programs and trips abroad; individually tailored course placements; multi-age advising groups; Endterm experiential projects and service opportunities; Senior Intensives and Student Teacher Assistantships.

Standardized Testing:
Preparation for Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition offered as part of the Humanities curriculum, Advanced Placement Calculus BC course offered, Advanced Placement French Language course offered, Advanced Placement Studio Art course offered; SAT Subject Test Physics preparation course offered, SAT Subject Test Chemistry preparation course occasionally offered. Waring Students also frequently take, and do well on, the SAT Subject Test French with Listening, SAT Subject Test Math L1, SAT Subject Test Math L2, and the SAT Subject Test Literature. Almost all Waring Students take the PSATs several times while students as well as taking the SATs and the ACTs.

National Merit Scholars: As of June 2012, 29 Waring Graduates have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists or Semifinalists, 59 have been named Commended Students.
Affiliations: National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS), Association of Independent Schools in New England (AISNE), and North Shore Sustainability Project