Officials at Phillips Exeter Academy have released two reports detailing allegations of sexual misconduct at the private boarding school.
The reports, which were released Friday in a letter to the school community, were investigated by outside law firms. They detailed allegations of abuse by 11 former faculty and staff members.
Phillips Exeter also released a supplemental report, detailing allegations of misconduct by students.
It also described ongoing efforts by the school to prevent sexual abuse on campus.
In the letter, the interim principal and president of trustees apologized directly to survivors and took responsibility for the academy's past failings.