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The Fessenden School
Location
United States
Information
TypePrivate boarding/day school
MottoLabor Omnia Vincit (Work conquers all)
EstablishedSeptember 1903
School districtWest Newton, Massachusetts
HeadmasterSteven J. Armstrong
Faculty81
Enrollment525
AthleticsYes
WebsiteThe Fessenden School

The Fessenden School is an independent day (Pre-K – Grade 9) and boarding school (Grades 5 – 9) for boys, founded in 1903 by Frederick J. Fessenden as a school for the intellectually gifted, and located at 250 Waltham Street, West Newton, Massachusetts, United States, on a 41-acre (0.17 km2) campus.

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Coordinates: 42°21′28.61″N 71°13′22.54″W / 42.3579472°N 71.2229278°W / 42.3579472; -71.2229278