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Miss Porter's School

Miss Porter's School (also known as Porter's, Farmington, or MPS) is a private college preparatory school for girls located in Farmington, Connecticut. It is a selective school that excels in academics and athletics. Its acceptance rate is 29% with an average Secondary School Admission Test score in the 89th percentile. It was named the number one girls' boarding school by U.S. News.

Porter's alumnae call themselves "Ancients."

Notable alumnae