Visits to campus

We are offering limited, in-person campus tours weekdays from June 7 through August 13. To schedule your visit and tour, please contact the Office of Admission at admission@missporters.org or 860-409-3530.

In order to participate in the tour, you will need to complete a COVID-19 exposure form. We encourage all visitors to stay updated on the CDC’s travel guidelines and restrictions.


If you are unable to come to campus for a tour, please contact us about a virtual tour and chat with an Admission Officer. We will accommodate early morning and evening Zooms for those who have significant time differences.


We can't wait to show you our beautiful campus and help you picture yourself at Porter's!

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About this website

The Office of Admission has designed this website for you as you navigate your school search. Here, you will find information about upcoming (virtual) events, video content, and video responses to FAQs that we hope you will find helpful as you begin this journey, along with many other resources.

For our main website, please visit www.porters.org.

We can't wait to welcome you to campus soon.


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Miss Porter s School


Miss Porter's School educates young women to become informed, bold, resourceful and ethical global citizens. We expect our graduates to shape a changing world.​

Located in the center of Farmington, Connecticut, Porter's is a college preparatory boarding and day school for girls in grades 9 through 12. Founded in 1843 by lifelong scholar and educator, Sarah Porter, our school's dynamic, rigorous approach to education prepares girls to expand their minds and grow into socially engaged, confident, young women.