Groton School

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Groton School is a preparatory boarding school in Massachusetts. It was started in 1884 by the Rev. Endicott Peabody. It gives free education to students with household incomes below $75,000 a year.[1] It has a chapel, St. John's Chapel. It has 270 students. Boarders pay $53,870 a year.[2]

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  1. "Private-school education -- at no cost? It's possible". www.lowellsun.com.
  2. "Facts about Groton School - A New England Boarding School in MA". www.groton.org.