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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.

 

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Residential Life

For many students, Scattergood is their first experience with dorm life. Scattergood separate dormitories for boys and girls, located on opposite sides of the main campus.  No males are allowed in the girls’ dorms and likewise, no girls are allowed inside the boys’ dorm.  Each dorm has a team of staff dorm sponsors who supervise students and an adult sponsor sleeps in the dormitory each night. 

Dorm rooms are shared by either two or three students.  Students are not allowed to room alone. 

Every Sunday evening, Dorm Meetings are held to discuss any issues pertaining to life-in-residence, whether they be social or interpersonal in nature.  Meetings topics can cover anything from leaving dirty dishes in the sink to respecting privacy.  Each meeting ends with a time for people to share any funny things that happened in the dorm and to celebrate good things from the previous week.

Living in community is new for many students when they first arrive at Scattergood, but most adjust and thrive in no time.  Standards of behavior in the Scattergood community are centered on safety, honesty, self-respect and respect for the community as a whole.  Expectations which Scattergood believes to be particularly important for the well being of both the individual and community are called Major Rules.  Harassment, sexual relations, theft, destruction of property, non-compliance with dorm rules, dishonesty, disrespect, and neglecting to or not properly signing out are behaviors not tolerated at Scattergood Friends School. Drugs (including alcohol and tobacco) are not allowed at the school and their use can result in dismissal. If a student violates a Major Rule, they may be suspended, expelled or sent to the Assistant Head's Advisory (made up of students and staff).  The Advisory works with the administrators to exact fair and meaningful consequences for the violation.