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Every day at Dana Hall presents opportunities for girls to learn, lead and succeed.
Since its founding in 1881, Dana Hall has been a school that pushes boundaries and blazes trails in order the expand the education of women, all in the pursuit of excellence.
The technology landscape is continuously evolving, and Dana Hall is keeping up with those changes.
In support of Dana's diverse academic curriculum, the library is a complete information resource center designed to serve students, faculty and staff.
Follow a step-by-step guide that walks you through the important process of applying to Dana Hall.
The best way to explore all that Dana Hall has to offer is to visit our campus. We can't wait to meet you!
This community resource provides high quality music instruction for all ages and backgrounds through individual lessons, ensembles, group classes, workshops and performances.
Working with a variety of sources including Dana alumnae, current and past faculty, local and regional artists and most importantly, students, the Dana Hall Art Gallery typically has six to seven shows per year.
93,000 square feet of jaw-dropping athletics facilities serve the entire Dana community. You need to see this place.
The Karen Stives '68 Equestrian Center is a touchstone for the many girls who ride, whether competitively or for physical education. It's also home to some of the most innovative educational initiatives on campus.
Dana is the only girls' school in the Boston area with a boarding program. About 135 students from across the country and around the world live on campus and call Dana home.
Dana Hall is reaching out! Through various projects, students get involved with people beyond the school community and develop an awareness of a broad range of local and global issues.
The fastest way to share your support is with an online gift. Thank you for your dedication to Dana Hall!
Every aspect of the School is touched by Dana Fund dollars: academics, arts, athletics, community service, financial aid, technology, faculty support and campus maintenance.
For girls entering 9th grade (at schools across the country), our eight-day program helps them find the tools they need to navigate the transition to high school with confidence and self-awareness.
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Eleven international students attended the annual Asian American Footsteps Conference in Newport, R.I.
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