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Visit Middlesex

No website can substitute for the real thing.  We think it’s very important to walk on our beautiful campus, talk to our students and faculty, and get a feel for the culture that makes Middlesex special.  Once you visit us, we think you’ll have a better idea if Middlesex is a good fit for you.

The first step is to fill out our online inquiry form.  Once you’ve done that, you will receive our viewbook.  The information you provide will help us prepare for your visit by matching you up with a tour guide with similar interests.

Second, call us at (978) 371-6524 or email us at to schedule an appointment for a tour and interview.  We offer student tours every day school is in session, including Saturdays, from September to late January.  The visit usually lasts between 90 minutes and two hours and includes a student-guided tour and an interview with an admissions officer.  Details about how to get here and what you’ll find in the area are available through the tabs you see on this page.

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Who you are is what you say and what you do.
- Karlyn McNall, Dean of Academic Affairs, on integrity

If there’s one word that sums up Middlesex athletics, it is tradition.

- AJ '13, hockey and lacrosse captain

In so many ways, Middlesex is the ultimate community—one in which your teachers, mentors, and friends are also your neighbors and the people you must rely on daily.
- Tyler '07

Before I started to practice mindfulness, I never would have thought it takes courage to sit on the floor and be present with myself. - Ben '14

I've spoken to many audiences...but there is nothing more intimidating than speaking in front of your English teacher.
- Kevin Systrom '02, to the Class of 2013 at Commencement

Middlesex's small community means that no one is simply a spectator - you are constantly being asked to be involved.
- Sarah '88

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