Thank you for your interest in Falmouth Academy!
You learn more here than what is in textbooks—things like humanity, benevolence, honesty, good humor—things that make you an effective and productive social being.
Jay Allison (Parent, Independent Broadcast Journalist)
Welcome to our website, a good place to start your exploration. Please also take advantage of the many opportunities to visit us. Individual tours, student visit days, personal interviews, Information Sessions, our Scholarship Exam Morning Program, and sports and performing arts events offer authentic insights as you catch us at our work! You may also follow us on Facebook, Twitter or our blog. These, too, will give you a sense of our busy community from what's happening in the classrooms, the annual Science Fair, on the playing fields or the performing arts. Learn more about student accomplishments in all of the above!
Families come from Duxbury, Marion, Mattapoisett and Plymouth on the South Coast, Martha’s Vineyard by ferry, and all points mid-to-Upper Cape. We offer both transportation and financial aid to serve families of a broad geographic and socio-economic range. While our main points of entry for new students are 7th and 9th grades, we welcome students applying to other grades as well, space permitting.
Call (508) 457-9696 to arrange for your personal visit. Appointments take about an hour and include an individual tour of the school and conversation with a member of the admission staff. We look forward to meeting you and introducing you to Falmouth Academy.
Director of Admission and Enrollment Management
Assistant Director of Admission
In its admissions and financial aid programs, hiring process, and in all other school programs, Falmouth Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, age, national or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or physical handicap.
Falmouth Academy is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is a member in good standing with the National Association of Independent Schools.
Falmouth Academy adheres to the NAIS Principles of Good Practice with regards to its admission and financial aid processes.