Mercy Gallery at the Loomis Chaffee School

The Loomis Family Homestead, built by Joseph Loomis in 1639, sits atop a hill on 300 acres in Windsor, Connecticut, overlooking the confluence of the pastoral Farmington and Connecticut rivers. Directly across the street is an elegant brick Georgian home, the residence of the Head of The Loomis Chaffee School. These two striking homes, nearly 300 hundred years separating their construction, provide a gateway to Founders Hall and the magnificent quadrangle beyond, and they epitomize the essence of the school: a profound respect for tradition and the legacy of the founders, a sustained commitment to fulfill the vision they created, and a shared anticipation of even brighter horizons beyond.

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