Fast Facts
Founded: 1997
Enrollment: 285
Faculty: 74% of faculty with advanced degrees including 9 PhDs and 9 rabbis
Student/faculty ratio: 5:1
Average Class size: 10-12
Campus: State-of-the-art complex on 20 acres
Admissions and Financial Aid
Admission is selective. Applications are due in mid-January. Gann provides more than $2.5 million annually in financial assistance. Approximately half of our families particpate in some sort of affordibility program.
Accreditation and Memberships
New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)
Association of Independent Schools of New England (AISNE)
National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)
The Jewish Community Day School Network (RAVSAK)


Course Offerings
Arts, English, History, Jewish Studies, Math, Science, and World Languages (View course catalog)
Experiential Learning
Exploration Week, Israel Term, and Senior Capstone Project (Learn more)

student life

Clubs and Organizations
With more than 20 clubs and organizations on campus, each Gann student finds a way to make an impact. (Learn more)

Community Service
All students participate in community service each year. (Learn more)
Jewish Life
Jewish celebration and tradition is an exciting part of life at Gann. (Learn more)


Competitive and Recreational Offerings
Students participate in interscholastic and recreational sports. Gann competes in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Council (NEPSAC) league. (Learn more)

after graduation

Gann graduates attend many of the most selective colleges and universities. Some students also participate in gap year programs in Israel. Gann's college counselors work closely with students to help match them with the right college or gap year option. Learn more about life after Gann.
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