Bolles by the Numbers
- 1742 Boarding and Day Students
- Lower - 520
- Middle - 419
- Upper - 803
- 295 Faculty and Staff, 123 hold master’s degrees and 12 hold doctoral degrees
- 78 Resident Life students from all over the globe.
- 85+ Service Clubs in upper school with opportunities in both lower and middle schools
- Bolles Class of 2023 graduates were offered or qualified for more than $14.5 million in merit-based scholarships over their four-year college careers.
- The Class of 2023 graduates will be attending colleges in 29 different states and the District of Columbia and Ireland.
- The Class of 2023 graduates are attending 98 colleges and universities and were accepted to 250 different colleges and universities.
- 52% of graduates in th Class of 2023 qualified for some form of merit-based awards such as academic, leadership, athletic scholarship or service academy appointments.
- 7 world languages taught on campus
- 10 international and domestic travel programs
- 20 countries represented at the 2023 Bolles World Countries and Cultures Fair
Fine and Performing Arts
- 19 Performances—14 in lower school, 5 in middle and upper
- 13 Gallery Shows
- 8 Concerts
- 3 Dance Performances
- 2 Coffeehouses
- 2 Drama Showcases
- 5 Community Art Shows
- 70% of middle and upper school students participate in the arts. All lower school students take music, art and drama.
- 22 Performing Arts classes
- 28 Visual Arts classes
- 68 artists won 145 Northeast Florida Scholastic Art Awards in 2023
- Numerous awards, programs and achievements every year.
- 1 Bolles Way: Pursuing excellence through courage, integrity and compassion.
- 1 Commitment: Honor Above All
- 1 Athletic Motto: Humble in victory, gracious in defeat.
- 1 Mission: The Bolles School prepares students for college and life by inspiring excellence, courage, integrity and compassion in an academic community dedicated to nurturing mind, body and soul.
- 1 Anatomage virtual dissection table
- 29 college-level AP courses (+hundreds more online)
- Top 10% of AP scores in the country
- 70% of Florida resident students qualify for Florida Bright Futures scholarships yearly
- 24 sports in middle school and upper school
- 156 team state titles
- 99 state runner-up finishes
- 46 student-athletes in the Class of 2023 committed to a particular college or university to continue their academic and athletic careers.
- 63 Olympians (14 medalists won 29 medals, including 18 Gold)
- 21 professional athletes in 5 top-level sports—MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, LPGA