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Admission

Visit Dana

The best way to discover what sets Dana Hall apart from the rest is to visit our campus. 
Come be our guest at one of our Admission events designed for prospective families. You can find more details about our Open House, Informational Coffees and other events in the Admission Events calendar.

Campus visits are vital in helping you find the school that fits your needs, passions, and goals. During your visit, you and your parents will tour campus with a Blue Key student tour guide, and interview with a member of the Admission staff. Following your interview with an admission counselor, the same counselor will interview your parents, while we ask you to write a personal essay. We will give you a selection of topics and you have the opportunity to choose the topic that appeals to you the most. Dress as yourself and be yourself because our purpose is to get to know the real you.  Visits last approximately 2 hours.
The Admission Office is located in Beveridge Hall, which is the big white building with columns that sits at the top of the Dana Hall campus. The entrance to the Admission Office is in the front of the building, where there are two designated parking spaces for visitors. There is additional parking behind the building.
We recognize that visiting schools is not always an option because of school, work, family, or geographical constraints. Please keep in mind that while campus visits are highly encouraged, you can call our office to schedule a Skype or telephone appointment in order to fulfill the interview requirement. ­ 

Campus Tour

Summer Tour Schedule

Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Time: 10 a.m.
To Book a Tour: Call 781-489-1331 or email Appointment is required.

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  • Francesca

    "In my Literature Composition I class we did a poetry unit before winter break. Our poetry project was in collaboration with a school in Turkey. We created our own websites to display our works of poetry. The last day of school before winter break we were able to Skype with the kids from the school in Turkey, and it was so much fun to interact with students who were so far away. We were able to learn what their school was like, and how their classes worked."
    -Francesca '19