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  • Living at Newman

    Live in the heart of the city, walk to school, and meet friends from all over the world!

    Boston is the world's number one education city, and Newman is the only independent school to offer boarding in the city! Students live in Back Bay in two contiguous historic townhouses that have been purposefully converted to dormitories, two blocks from our academic buildings. Students are walking distance to museums, shopping, sports events, theaters, universities, and more. It is a location like no other! Six live-in dorm parents, all of whom teach and/or coach at Newman, ensure the safety and well-being of boarding students.

    In 2023-2024 boarding students hail from: China (5), Colombia, Dominica, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Japan (2), Lebanon, Lithuania, Nigeria, Spain, Ukraine (3), USA (18), and Vietnam (3).

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  • Living

    Your home base and social hub is the dorm.

    This is where you'll study, relax, and find your dorm faculty hanging out after dinner.

    You'll be surrounded by new friends from across the country and around the world.
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  • Food

    The Newman School Cafe is located in the dorm hall.

    Our intimate cafe space and open kitchen view provide a communal environment for all.
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  • Location

    Newman's dorms are located on Beacon St. in Back Bay, just a few minutes walk to our academic buildings. Developed in the 1860s, the area is treasured for its impeccable architecture, city living, and vibrant shopping and dining. There is no better arrangement in the USA for city high school boarding! Of note, one of the dorms is the former house of MIT President, Francis Walker. Learn more about the history of Back Bay here
  • Cleaning

    The dorms are professionally maintained by a cleaning service. Students are expected to collaborate keeping them organized and clean.
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Newman provides opportunity for students from broadly diverse backgrounds to pursue serious studies in a welcoming and supportive environment where self and community are paramount.
247 Marlborough Street, Boston, MA 02116   |   tel: 617.267.4530   |   fax: 617.267.7070