A New Vision for South Campus
Coming soon: the David E. Goel & Stacey L. Goel Center for Theater and Dance and a new field house. Both state-of-the-art facilities will support Harkness learning outside the classroom. Learn more about the building projects and see remaining naming opportunities
The Washington Intern Program Turns 50
For a half century, Exeter has sent seniors to Capitol Hill for hands-on experience working in Congress. Read that story and more in the latest Exeter Bulletin.
Exeter Family Weekend
Save the date for Family Weekend: October 21-24
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“Harkness has made me less afraid to make mistakes and to be open to different interpretations of things that used to be set in stone.”
 - Natasha Lim '15

Gifts to The Exeter Fund support faculty as they guide transformational classroom experiences.

The Harkness method requires small class sizes. The Academy relies on the financial flexibility that the Exeter Fund provides to support 215 instructors who lead more than 400 courses for 1,086 students.

Athletics and the Exeter Experience
In this film about the Thompson Cage, Exeter's field house built in 1929, student athletes and coaches discuss the value that sport brings to the larger Exeter experience and the lessons teams learn together that will last for a lifetime.
Read The Exeter Bulletin
In the latest The Exeter Bulletin: students and faculty recap a historic trip to Cuba, the Washington Intern Program celebrates its 50th birthday, and John Irving '61 sits down to talk about his writing process.

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