Campus Life

Dining Services

A Top-Notch Culinary Experience

Here at Stratton Mountain School, our goal is to provide a culinary experience that focuses on using quality ingredients prepared in a health-conscious manner by professional chefs.
Our menu incorporates homestyle comfort food favorites with a splash of ethnic-focused themed menus and a touch of young adult favorites. We also include seasonal and local items whenever possible. 

Many of our items are made from scratch including hummus, pickled beets, in-house made pickles, kimchi, grain & legume salads, with many other rotating items every week. Scratch-made soups and our signature chili are offered daily. We frequently make freshly baked bread for dinner using unbromated and unbleached flour, made from our sourdough starter. Home-made cookies and other scratch-made desserts top it off, balanced with plenty of fresh fruit.

To address allergen concerns or restricted diets, we work with students individually to meet their specific needs while minimizing many common allergy-related ingredients in our cooking automatically. We do not use any nuts or nut oils in any of our food and incorporate a balance of healthy grains, legumes, fresh vegetables, and proteins. To reduce and sometimes eliminate gluten, a favorite ingredient of ours to use is garbanzo bean flour, which we use in many dishes. We carry a wide variety of gluten-free items that are always available. For those that have lactose related allergies, we also carry rice milk and almond milk as well as other ingredients.


Seki Dining Hall Mealtimes 

 
Effective September 6 through October 29, 2021

Monday-Friday
Breakfast - Open 7: 20 Close 8:10
Lunch - Open 11:20 Close 12:50
Dinner - Open 6:00 Close 6:45

Weekend Hours (Saturday & Sunday Only)
Continental Breakfast - Open 8:00 Close 9:00
Brunch/Lunch - Open 11:00 Close 12:30
Dinner Open - 5:30 Close 6:15

Weekend hours apply when there is no school midweek. 
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.