WALLINGFORD, Conn. – A new report names 12 former faculty and staff members at an elite Connecticut boarding school who allegedly engaged in sexual misconduct with students that went on for decades.
An investigator hired by Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford released the report Thursday that graphically recounts the alleged experiences of 24 former students.
The report says the alleged sexual misconduct took place between 1963 and 2010 and included "intimate kissing," ''sexual intercourse" and "forced or coerced intercourse."
No current faculty or staff members have been implicated in the misconduct claims and there are no reports relating to any current students.
The report notes that in some cases the school acted quickly in response to the alleged sexual misconduct, but in other cases it did not.
The school has issued an apology.