Stony Brook boarding school adding new dorms funded by former P&G CFO


The Stony Brook School is expanding dormitory options for its grades 7-12 boarders.

And with help of a prominent alumnus, Clayton Daley, the longtime Chief Financial Officer of Procter & Gamble.

Daley is funding the project, and work on the new, 52-bed Daley Dormitory is now underway at the 55-acre campus in Stony Brook.

A groundbreaking ceremony was held last week.

The dorms are expected to open in time for the 2025 school year next September.

The school is home of over 200 boarders who reside in seven single-sex residential halls that house both boarding students and over a dozen faculty families.

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Brookhaven Town Supervisor Dan Panico (L) and Councilman Jonathan Kornreich (R) joined administrators, donors, the board of directors and community members to break ground (top) on the new 52 bed, Daley Dormitory at The Stony Brook School. (Town of Brookhaven courtesy photos)

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