• The Norton Family Center for the Common Good nurtures an active approach to citizenship in our global sociaety. Under the guidance of the center, all freshmen share a common first year experience that engages them in important conversations about citizenship and democratic values. These conversations expand to the wider school community through the Hubbard Speakers Series and student service initiatives that have real and lasting impact on local, national, and international communities.
• The Center for Global Studies encourages greater global awareness through curriculum development across disciplines, coordinates international travel opportunities, promotes student exchange, and builds formal relationships with school overseas.
• The Henry R. Kravis '63 Center for Excellence in Teaching serves Loomis Chaffee teachers in their pursuit of teaching and coaching excellence. Faculty use the center and its staff as a proactive source for both ongoing professional development as well as pedogogical research based here at Loomis Chaffee and applied to our classrooms directly.