Belmont Hill School Review

Quick Facts

Prestigious private boy's school with middle and high school programs.


Belmont, MA


Middle School, High School


Boarding School, Prep School, Private School, Top School

Total Students

Tuition per Year


$42,800 (Day), $49,800(Boarding)

Religious Affiliation



All Male

Student-Teacher Ratio

Hours per Schoolday



Days per School Year

School Website


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350 Prospect St Belmont, MA 02478



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Belmont Hill is a prestigious boy's school located in Belmont and offering middle and high school programs.  The school offers a day school option as well as 5-day boarding plan. Admission to the school is selective with an acceptance rate of 28%.

The school believes, and many studies confirm, that single-sex education offers significant benefits. But the school also makes sure  that their students are well adjusted in the coeducational world.  Students regularly interact with girls from Winsor and Dana Hall on school activities.

The mission of the school is to encourage and challenge students to discover and pursue passions, seek excellence, and face adversity with resilience. To cultivate critical thinking and creativity, teamwork and competition, hard work and reflection, tradition and innovation. Valuing their differences and working together, to embrace camaraderie, compassion, and service to others.

Th Middle School curriculum is based on Form-based themes. The First Form is “Who are your heroes and why?” , where students will examine their value systems and consider what they respect and value in the people in their lives and those in the public eye. The Second Form theme is “What it means to become a man”, where students  evaluate literary, historical, and present-day people. The Third Form theme is “Leadership, Responsibility and the Future”, where students study environmental science focusing on three developing regions in the world.

The Upper School forms focus on freedom and responsibility and ultimately in the Sixth Form, Belmont Hill students are expected to model leadership where students serve as models for Middle School students.

Belmont Hill offers a broad range of extracurricular activities to enhance the student experience. This includes musical groups, studio art, photography, chess, science and outdoor expeditions for camping, canoeing, skiing or hiking.  Extracurricular activities often include participation with the girls from the Winsor School and other nearby independent girls' schools.

Belmont Hill has a broad athletic program with 16 interscholastic sports, 57 teams, over 700 athletic contests.  The coaches, who come directly from the school’s  faculty, focus not only on developing skills but also on teaching teamwork, sportsmanship, and perseverance.