Prep school boys tracked sex conquests on crown worn in yearbook
Male students at an elite New England boarding school tracked their sexual conquests on a cardboard crown — which they passed around and wore in yearbook photos, authorities said.
The sleazy system at St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire was first revealed last week by the state Attorney General when he announced an investigation into allegations of sexual assault and misconduct at the revered institution.
In a letter sent to parents Monday, Rector Micheal Hirschfeld outlined the students’ “disgusting behavior” and provided a timeline of exactly what went down.
He said the “crown” incident first came to light in May — when he was told about it by several other students at the end of the school year.