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Stratton Mountain School is located at the base of Stratton Mountain in the heart of Southern Vermont’s Green Mountains. Visit our beautiful campus, tour the state-of-the-art training facilities, check out an academic class, and train with us for a day! Contact our Admissions Team (802-856-1103to schedule your visit or click here to request information.

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  • Founded in 1972

    Stratton Mountain School was established in 1972. Warren Hellman and Donald Tarinelli founded the school for their children to train and compete in high-level alpine skiing without interrupting their high school education.
  • 10 Beautiful Acres

    The SMS campus sits on ten beautiful acres just off the base of Stratton Mountain in Southern Vermont. Students enjoy training opportunities at Stratton Mountain Resort as well as several other venues throughout the region.
  • Academic Building

    The academic building has twelve classrooms, including two fully equipped science labs and a STEM lab. The Henrich Library and administrative offices are housed on the ground floor.
  • Inside the Classroom

    The average class size at SMS is ten students. With 70% of our teachers holding at least a master’s degree, each faculty member brings a passion for teaching and a solid foundation in their field of study into the classroom.
  • Physics, Chemistry & Biology Labs

    SMS has a fully equipped physics lab and chemistry and biology lab. Students can perform all manner of scientific exploration.
  • The Henrich Library

    Located in the Academic building, the Henrich Library is a quiet place for students to study and read throughout the year.
  • The Patti Kaltsas Education, Arts & Student Center

    Featuring an art studio and gallery, foreign language classrooms, student center with kitchen, day student locker room, and more! 
  • McCormick Auditorium

    The 220-seat McCormick Auditorium in the Patti Kaltsas Education, Arts & Student Center is a sound-perfect room equipped with the best technology.
  • Art Studio

    The art studio in the Patti Kaltsas building is spacious, light, and inspiring.
  • The Big Dorm

    The primary SMS dorm building houses 30 double-occupancy rooms with two triple rooms, holding 64 boarding students.
  • The Little Dorm

    Two faculty family apartments bookend this building, which provides housing for up to ten boarding students.
  • The Greg Needell Strength & Conditioning Room

    The Greg Needell Strength & Conditioning Room houses more than 4,00 square feet of lifting and training space and is part of our U.S. Ski & Snowboard Development Site & High Performance Center. 
  • The Greg Needell Gymnasium

    Students use The Greg Needell Gymnasium for athletic training and fun activities such as basketball and dodgeball.
  • Sports Medicine Training Center

    Staffed by a certified athletic trainer, our on-campus Sports Medicine Training Center is equipped and well-prepared for outstanding treatment and performance improvement.
  • Tuning Rooms

    The Alpine, Nordic, and Snowboard programs have dedicated tuning rooms located in the Burtscher Fieldhouse.
  • Simpson Center for Action Sports

    The 10,000-square-foot Simpson Center for Action Sports (formerly known as the Air Awareness Center) provides a safe, active learning environment for athletes in the Snowboard, Freeski, and Freestyle programs. 
  • Luckenbill Field

    Surrounded by the Burtscher Field House, the Simpson Center for Action Sports, and the PK Center, Luckenbill Field provides an ideal space for athletic training as well as soccer and lacrosse games.
  • The Obstacle Course

    Just below Luckenbill Field lies our impressive obstacle course, winding through the woods and used for both training and our annual All-School Obstacle Run.
  • Our Community

    Our community of students, teachers, coaches, and administrators share the pursuit of excellence in education and sport.
Stratton Mountain School is an independent boarding and day school that focuses on college preparatory academics and competitive winter sports. Located at the base of Stratton Mountain, SMS is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.