Lauralton Hall
Empowering Women for Life
Milford, Connecticut

Lauralton Hall, an independent school for women in Milford, Connecticut, was founded in 1905 by the Sisters of Mercy in the former home of one of the town’s well-known citizens. Generations later, Lauralton Hall still maintains early traditions within the environment of a progressive and challenging academic environment. Its all-women student body not only graduate from a top-tier school but enter the next phase of their lives embolden, confident, and well-prepared.

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  • [Empowering Women for Life] is told in captivating text and pictures gleaned from the archives and dozens of interviews. . . . The story is one of change and continuity played out in the 110-year-old history of the school. . . . I hope you enjoy this trip through the history of a dynamic and extraordinary school.

    Antoinette (Toni) Iadarola, PhD
    Antoinette (Toni) Iadarola, PhD Head of School - Lauralton Hall

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