Voice and Choice

We've taken the standard of excellence that comes
from a proven college prep experience and made it personal.


No two people are the same — in their interests or their aspirations. Pomfret academics reflect this truth with a curriculum that challenges, engages, and inspires each student. With 55 honors and advanced college prep courses to choose from, our distinctive brand of education has been carefully design to anticipate your every need and to prepare you for a lifetime of learning. We have the courses to support you, the courses to challenge you, the programs to inspire you, the environment to prepare you, and the people to cheer you on. At Pomfret, it's personal.



"Pomfret transformed me into a student ready for college."  

After discovering her love for biology and aquaponics at Pomfret, Eleanor Sangree ’20 went on to Hamilton College and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. There, she designed and developed a floating aquaponics system to remediate and reduce nitrogen pollution levels in ponds, lakes, and rivers. By her junior year, she was offered a job in water body remediation.


Michaela Nsubuga


Winner of Pomfret's highest honor, the Founder's Medal, Michaela Nsubuga ’21 is now a pre-med student studying neurobiology and anthropology. She is also a member of the Pathways to Medicine Program and the Global Health Fellows Program at Dartmouth.

Derek Smith


His senior year, Derek Smith ’23 was the editor of the school newspaper, a prefect in the dorms, and a student tour guide. In his spare time, he taught a coding course at the local town library. "I was ready for college," he says. "This is largely due to the leadership roles and independent work I did at Pomfret."

MK Marshall


"I chose Colby because of the competitive academic program and the sense of community I felt with the soccer team." MK Marshall ’22 plays goalkeeper for the women's soccer team in the New England Small College Athletic Conference. It's a position she honed at Pomfret.



student-teacher ratio

Personalized support.


honors and advanced courses

Challenge by choice.


students in the average class

Small class sizes.