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The Frederick Gunn School

The Frederick Gunn School

In 1850 Frederick Gunn established a school based on the belief that strength of character was the goal of education. Today, The Frederick Gunn School rests on the four cornerstones of character: scholarship, integrity, respect and responsibility. Character is forged in a cohesive, diverse community informed by a challenging college preparatory curriculum, a broad range of athletic, artistic and social activities and a faculty of scholars and committed educators dedicated to the intellectual and ethical development of every student. A Frederick Gunn School graduate is a broadly educated, socially responsible citizen with tested beliefs, strength of character and the courage to act on convictions.


Washington, CT


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Specialty Program(s): 

Center for Citizenship and Just Democracy, Center for Entrepreneurship, Gunn Outdoors, Gunn Scholar, IDEAS Lab

The Frederick Gunn School
The Frederick Gunn School
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