At a high school in California, parents pay $55,300 a year for their kids to spend 6 weeks without cell phones, live in log cabins, and farm for their food
|05/22/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Midland School is a co-ed boarding school in Los Olivos, California, where in addition to completing a rigorous curriculum, students farm, clean, and explore the surrounding wilderness.
- Students and faculty have no access to cell phones during the six-week term.
- Annual tuition at Midland costs $55,300, though more than half the student body gets scholarships of around $32,000.
- Graduates have enrolled at Harvard, Stanford, UCLA, and Harvey Mudd.
Tucked in a grassy canyon along the Central Coast is a high school where students chop wood and tend livestock between their history and calculus classes.
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