Sending Schools

The School for Ethics and Global Leadership’s sending schools include many of the nation’s top independent and public schools. Each school on this list has sent at least one student (oftentimes many) to SEGL. Many of our sending schools will also provide time and space for SEGL admissions representatives to speak to students during the admissions season each year.

SEGL has nearly 200 sending schools in 32 states (plus Washington, DC) and around the world. If you don’t see your school listed here but are interested in SEGL, please contact the Admissions Office. We accept applications from students at any school.

The Sending School Connection

Mission Alignment

The most important reason to become an SEGL sending school is mission alignment. SEGL’s mission is to provide a diverse group of intellectually motivated high school juniors from across the United States with the best possible opportunity to shape themselves into ethical leaders who will create positive change in our world. We encourage schools with similar goals to consider becoming a sending school.

Outstanding Academic Preparation

SEGL’s curriculum is demanding, practical, collaborative, and interdisciplinary. In addition to offering honors and/or AP-level courses in English, history, mathematics, sciences, and languages, SEGL requires an Ethics and Leadership class.

A Unique Opportunity

SEGL immerses students in the challenges facing the international community. It places the full scope of the world’s leading cities' (Washington, DC; Johannesburg, South Africa; and London, England) resources at students’ fingertips: public policy practitioners, NGOs, elected officials, embassies, and leading academics.

College Admissions

Students who attend SEGL should be well-positioned in the college admissions process. They will have completed a rigorous academic program alongside outstanding students from around the country that includes three capstone projects: a personal Credo; a collaborative, meticulously researched policy document; and a meaningful leadership project in their home community.

United States


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  • Indian Springs School


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  • Blue Ridge High School
  • North High School
  • West Valley High School


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  • Bishop O’Dowd High School
  • Campbell Hall
  • Castelleja School
  • Cate School
  • Chadwick School
  • Christian Brothers High School
  • Crossroads School
  • Harvard-Westlake School
  • Head-Royce School
  • Menlo School
  • Los Altos High School
  • Lick-Wilmerding High School
  • Pacific Ridge School
  • Sacramento Country Day School
  • Sage Hill School
  • San Francisco University High School
  • Stevenson School
  • Summit Shasta
  • Urban School
  • Vistamar School
  • Webb Schools


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  • Colorado Academy


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  • Brunswick School
  • Fairfield Ludlowe High School
  • Greens Farms Academy
  • Greenwich Academy
  • Hopkins School
  • Loomis Chaffee
  • Staples High School
  • Wilbur Cross High School


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  • Doral Academy
  • Land O’Lakes High School


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  • Brockwood High School
  • Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School
  • Lovett School
  • Paideia School
  • Savannah Country Day School
  • Valdosta High School


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  • North Shore Country Day School


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  • Culver Academies


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  • Concordia Junior-Senior High School
  • Shawnee Mission East High School


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  • Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School
  • Friends School of Baltimore
  • Roland Park Country School


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  • Abbott Lawrence Academy
  • Belmont Hill School
  • Boston College High School
  • Brookline High School
  • Brooks School
  • Buckingham Browne & Nichols
  • Cambridge Rindge & Latin School
  • Concord Academy
  • Cushing Academy
  • Dana Hall School
  • Deerfield Academy
  • Governors Academy
  • MATCH Schools
  • Newton North High School
  • Noble & Greenough School
  • Weston High School
  • Winsor School


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  • Fowler High School


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  • Blake School
  • Breck School
  • St. Paul Academy


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  • Cor Jesu Academy
  • Gateway High School
  • Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School


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  • Lone Peak High School

New Hampshire

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  • St. Thomas Aquinas High School

New Jersey

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  • County Prep High School
  • Kent Place School
  • Millburn High School
  • Montclair Kimberley Academy
  • Morristown-Beard School
  • Newark Academy
  • Pingry School
  • Princeton Day School
  • Science Park High School
  • Trinity School

New Mexico

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  • Aldo Leopold Charter School

New York

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  • Avenues: The World School
  • Berkeley Carroll
  • Brearley School
  • Brooklyn College Academy
  • Calhoun School
  • Clarkstown High School North
  • Columbia Grammar & Prep School
  • Dalton School
  • Dana Hall School
  • Democracy Preparatory School
  • Dunn School
  • Ethical Culture Fieldston School
  • Francis Lewis High School
  • Frank Sinatra School of the Arts
  • Freeport High School
  • Friends Seminary
  • Grace Church School
  • High School of American Studies
  • Ithaca High School
  • Millbrook School
  • New York Harbor School
  • Nightingale-Bamford School
  • Poly Prep Country Day School
  • Riverdale Country School
  • SAR Academy

North Carolina

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  • Brevard High School
  • Cary Academy
  • Charlotte Latin School
  • Durham Academy
  • Greensboro Day School
  • North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics
  • Providence Day School
  • Trinity School of Durham and Chapel Hill
  • Whittle School
  • Wilson Early College Academy


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  • Hathaway Brown School
  • Hawken School
  • Laurel School
  • Lawrence HLD


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  • Oregon Episcopal School
  • Sam Barlow High School


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  • Calvary Baptist Day School
  • George School
  • Harriton High School
  • Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy
  • Mechanicsburg High School
  • Sewickley Academy

Rhode Island

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  • East Greenwich High School
  • Rocky Hill School

South Carolina

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  • Beaufort Academy
  • Christ Church Episcopal School
  • Porter-Gaud School


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  • Baylor School
  • Harpeth Hall School


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  • Chinquapin Preparatory School
  • Episcopal School of Dallas
  • Greenhill School
  • Heritage High School
  • Hockaday School
  • Mathematics and Science Academy
  • McKinney High School
  • St. John’s School
  • Westside High School
  • YES Prep Schools


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  • Burlington High School
  • Middlebury Union High School
  • Mount Mansfield Union High School
  • Spaulding High School


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  • Collegiate School


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  • Bishop Blanchet High School
  • Blaine High School
  • Bush School
  • Lakeside School
  • Mercer Island High
  • Northwest School
  • Overlake School
  • Seattle Academy
  • University Prep

Washington, DC

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  • Edmund Burke School
  • Landon School
  • Sidwell Friends School
  • The SEED Charter School
  • Thurgood Marshall Academy


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  • Nicolet High School
  • University School



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  • The Collingwood School


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  • Belize Christian Academy

Costa Rica

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  • Monteverde Friends School


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  • King’s Academy


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  • Shanghai American School