Dining

Brown HallTheme dinners give boarders a taste of other culturesTheme dinners give boarders a taste of other culturesThe Daily GrindOur campus cafe serves snacks and hot beveragesOur campus cafe serves snacks and hot beveragesBrown Hall StaffBrown Hall staff work with a committee of students to satisfy all tastesBrown Hall staff work with a committee of students to satisfy all tastesPrevious Slide 1/3 Next

Brown Hall

Our dining hall feeds both day and boarding students, providing fresh meals three times a day. Healthy eating is a big focus and there are no vending machines or soda fountains in sight. Vegetarian options are available at every meal, and the staff accommodate allergies or other dietary restrictions when requested. Boarders also visit Brown Hall for snacks during recess and after their evening prep time.

The kitchen offers a diverse range of hot options for every meal and posts their menus online. Multicultural meals featured throughout the year during theme nights and include Mexican, German, and Korean. These meals allow students to experience foods from around the world.

Cold options offered at every meal include:

  • full salad bar;
  • cereal bar;
  • fruit with selection of yogurts;
  • coffee, juice, milk, and water; and
  • selection of breads and rice cakes.

All students are encouraged to eat a healthy and balanced breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Tuck Shop

The tuck shop is like an on-campus convenience store. Middle School students need to get passes for the Tuck Shop from their school receptionist, and Senior School students can charge items to their student account.

Daily Grind

The Senior School business club takes on the running of the on-campus coffee house The Daily Grind. Students serve up baked treats, hot drinks and bubble tea, adapting their menu to different seasons and demands. Located in the Wenman pavilion, the Daily Grind is open through most of the school year and is also a popular hangout for boarders after prep time.