Hoosac School is an Episcopal private boarding school situated on a 350-acre campus in Hoosick, New York.
The campus is the site of the former Tibbits family estate, adjoining the 850-acre Tibbits State Forest. Tibbits Hall, a brownstone Gothic style mansion constructed in 1860, houses administrative offices and a girls' dormitory. Three turn-of-the-century buildings - Whitcomb, Dudley, and Wood Hall - provide two Mac labs, the chapel, classrooms, three dorms, and the library. Science facilities are located in Blake Hall, which features two laboratories, classrooms and a multimedia theater. Memorial Hall contains the dining hall, the kitchen, more classrooms, the student lounge and campus store. Other residential buildings include Lavino, Pitt Mason, and several smaller dormitories.
Athletic facilities include the Harry Dickie Sports Complex with an indoor swimming pool, fitness center and weight room, hardwood basketball court, four playing fields, six miles of cross-country trails, a pond, and tennis courts. New to Hoosac in the 2010-2011 school year was a Meditation Garden designed by faculty member and alumnus, Tom Cochran '66, and donated by Mr. Thomas and The Rev. Dr. Charlene Proctor, and an observatory housing a Celestron 14" telescope, both located near the Athletic Fields.