Take a Tour Our 350 Acre Campus in Hoosick, New York
A Natural & Safe Environment
Hoosac School is an Episcopal private boarding school situated on a 350-acre campus in Hoosick, New York. The campus is the site of the former Tibbits family estate, adjoining the 850-acre Tibbits State Forest.
Tibbits Hall, a brownstone Gothic style mansion constructed in 1860
, houses administrative offices and a girls' dormitory. Three turn-of-the-century buildings - Whitcomb, Dudley, and Wood Hall - provide two Mac labs, the chapel, classrooms, three dorms, and the library. Science facilities are located in Blake Hall, which features two laboratories, classrooms and a multimedia theater
. Memorial Hall contains the dining hall
, the kitchen, and the student lounge and campus store. Other residential buildings include Lavino, Pitt Mason, and several small dormitories.
Athletics, Facilities, & Outdoor Highlights
facilities include the Harry Dickie Sports Complex
with an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and weight room, basketball court, four playing fields, six miles of cross-country trails, a pond, and tennis courts. New to Hoosac in the 2010-2011 school year was a Meditation Garden designed by faculty member and alumnus, Tom Cochran '66, and donated by Mr. Thomas and The Rev. Dr. Charlene Proctor, and an observatory housing a Celestron 14" telescope, both located near the Athletic Fields.
We welcome you to learn more about the college-preparatory boarding school life at Hoosac by visiting our arts, student life, academics, and admissions pages.