Tag Archives: boarding schools

Prep School Scandals

Robert Kennedy provides a brief summation of various school scandal articles that he had previously written.  He refers to scandals at the Selwyn House, Lower Canada College, Academy X, Milton Academy, and more.  To read more, utilize the source link below. A Look Into the Less-Than-Perfect World of Private Schools Every school, public or private, has had...
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Private School Scandal Gets National Attention

NYC Private School refers to the negative whirlwind of discussion in private school parenting circles as the result of the vanity fair article written by Eugenia Perez about the private Miss Porter's School. The article reads: When a private school receives attention and a full spread from such a nationally read magazine like Vanity Fair, it is usually...
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Prep School Scandals

Robert Kennedy produced an article about prep school scandals (A look into the less-than-perfect world of private schools).  Kennedy writes: Here's a brief look at some incidents which have occurred in private schools over the years. Incoming Students at The Landon School Caught in Embarrassing Activities Rector of St. Paul's School Retires New Sex Scandal Hits Selwyn House Counterfeit Currency...
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A Brief History of Boarding-School Scandals

October 2013, Vanity Fair published an article outlining boarding schools who have been in the public eye for the real tales and scandals of the academic facilities and the much darker histories.  The article written by Alex Polkinghorn looks at 20 years of sex, drug, and bullying scandals at some of the most prestigious secondary...
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Be Never Board: A Dossier of Boarding-School Scandals

By              Maggie Lange

Apropos of perpetual interest, Vanity Fair has collected a history of sordid boarding-school scandals. The most fascinating ones involve psychopathic gangs: Miss Porter’s Oprichniki (named after a 16th-century Russian torture squad, for history extra credit) and the deep powder smuggling ring (only attempted) at Choate Rosemary.