For educational and denominational reasons(they were all Baptist), Sturtevant funded three regional schools. Founded in 1804, Hebron is a small, independent, college preparatory boarding and day school for boys and girls in grades six through postgraduate located in Hebron, Maine. For his financial support and involvment as a trustee, a residence hall was named after him.
Vermont Academy's Sturtevant House, a wooden building originally used by the principal, was financed by Benjamin Sturtevant as was Andover-Newton Theological's Sturtevant Hall, Newton,MA.
The village of Sturtevant Wisconsin had a unique habit of naming themselves after the largest employer. They eventually settled on Sturtevant in 1922.
Hebron Academy's Sturtevant Hall
Andover-Newton Theological's Sturtevant Hall