Fast Facts - Kingswood Oxford

Fast Facts

Students at Kingswood Oxford in West Hartford develop their leadership skills grounded in core values

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Kingswood Oxford is a coeducational, independent day school for strong, motivated students in grades 6-12. Accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges, Kingswood Oxford values academic and co-curricular excellence, ethical citizenry, and meaningful relationships with students and their families.

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The Kingswood Oxford campus is on 33 acres in West Hartford, Connecticut – a thriving community known for its culture, entertainment, and family environment. West Hartford was named a 2016 “Best Place to Live” by Money magazine. Learn more about our location and get directions!



  • 501 students from 80+ towns in Connecticut, western Massachusetts, Asia, and Europe
  • Middle School:150 students
  • Upper School: 351 students


Optimal Learning Environment

  • Student-to-teacher ratio: 7-to-1
  • Average class size: 12-15
  • Advisee group size: 7-9
  • Teaching faculty: 75; 52% with more than 10 years at Kingswood Oxford
  • Advanced degrees: 63% of faculty and staff hold advanced degrees
  • Courses: More than 170, including 17 Advanced Placement courses


A Diverse Community

  • Students of color: 33%
  • Community commitment to equity


Student Life

  • Athletics: 40 Upper School and 17 Middle School interscholastic teams, which includes 23 Varsity teams
  • Participates in NEPSAC (New England Preparatory Athletic Council) Division III
  • 45 art courses in music, theater, visual and media arts
  • Over 40 student-led clubs on campus each year



Tuition & Fees: 2022-2023

  • Middle School (Grades 6-8): $40,700
  • Upper School (Grades 9-12): $44,900
  • Activity Fee: $750
  • Books: $400-$800
  • Additional expenses that may be incurred include but are not limited to tuition insurance, service trips, supplemental athletic equipment, and gear. Learn more about our streamlined approach to financial assistance.


Financial Assistance

  • Financial Aid received by 53% of students
  • Average financial aid award: $22,283
  • Scholarships: Merit and Military Family awards
  • For more information on financial assistance, visit this page.


Student Success

  • 100% of KO students matriculate to a four-year college or university
  • 100% of recent graduates said that KO prepared them well to very well in written work, critical thinking, and communication skills
  • 100% of seniors write a long-form thesis paper. 
  • 90% of students take at least one AP® course before graduation
  • 84% of recent graduates participate in community service in their college or university
  • 72% of recent graduates hold leadership positions in their college or university




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501 Students

From 80+ towns in CT, MA, Asia, and Europe!


Student-to-Teacher Ratio


Advanced Placement® Courses


Courses offered


Matriculate to a four-year college or university


Seniors write a long-form thesis paper


Take at least one AP® course before graduation


Hold leadership positions in their college or university

53% of students

Receive financial assistance


Average financial aid award


Students of Color


Varsity teams