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Life at Cardigan is active, interesting, healthy, fun, and fulfilling—it’s all part of educating the whole boy the Cardigan Way.
Cardigan Mountain School offers a close-knit community that prepares middle school boys—in mind, body, and spirit—for responsible and meaningful lives in a global society. “Student life” looks and feels different for every student at every school, but at Cardigan there is a certain magic that happens when an aspiring group of boys from all over the world, with high expectations of character and purpose, come together and share a common experience: our students call it brotherhood. Whether it is building habits to keep a tidy living space, helping out in our local community, or practicing servant leadership through a campus job, student life is all about learning to be independent, resilient, helpful, and respectful citizens.
What we have here at Cardigan is a family that cares about us and our futures. I am proud to be part of this community and proud to call Cardigan my home.
Bryce Terry ’20, 2019-20 School Leader
Twelve Cardigan students traveled to Boston for a Model United Nations conference.
Nine Cardigan boys attended to explore themes of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Students and faculty engaged in dialogue, games, visual activities, and group sharing to discuss leadership.
The new Winter Term brings new opportunities to enjoy our Thursday afternoons!
Please consider giving the gifts of food and warmth by supporting our food drive and winter coat drive.
The night before Thanksgiving recess, students and faculty volunteered to sleep outside in support of the National “Sleep Out America” Campaign.