Located in Lakeville, Connecticut, The Hotchkiss School sits on 827 acres of woods, fields, and farmland in the midst of the scenic Berkshire-Taconic region — a place the Nature Conservancy calls “one of the most extraordinary landscapes in the Northeast.” The School's state-of-the-art facilities, combined with these surroundings, make Hotchkiss an extraordinary place to live and learn.
Located mile south of the main campus, the 287-acre Fairfield Farm provides a unique learning environment as part of our environmental initiatives.
Since opening in 2002, the 212,000-square-foot Forrest E. Mars Jr. Athletic Center has served as the heart of the athletics program, housing the majority of the indoor practice and game facilities. View other athletic fields and locations.
The Hotchkiss campus includes many historic and notable landmarks and buildings, including the award-winning Biomass Facility, Harris House, Town Hill Cemetery, The Bull sculpture, Chapel, and the Scoville Gate.