During times of social-emotional adjustment and increased stress, Hebron is stepping up our support system for students and parents. Hebron is proud to announce a partnership with The Social Institute.
Class of 2021 members Sirus Minovi and Emmett Grover have both been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students for outstanding performance on the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test in 2019.
This year chorus and orchestra will join forces and become a singular group called “Ensemble". Due to the safety concerns regarding singing and playing woodwind/brass instruments, we will combine these two groups to focus on musical content beyond performance practice.
We are excited to share that the Hebron web store is now open! This is your place to order custom branded Hebron apparel and gear, including face masks.
Would you like to be a part of capturing and sharing events at Hebron, as they happen? We are looking for students interested in a potential new club that will be focused on documenting and live streaming school events.
Hebron Academy is excited to announce its reopening for the 2020-2021 academic year!
We hope that everyone has been diving into their summer reading, whether you are reading one of the all-school read books or all of them! Dr. Oakes shared her summer reading spot with us, and we invite you to share your photos as well.
Brooks and Barr are recording a special epi this Friday with Mrs. Marchetti, Director of Student Success, APRN-BC, and head of our Reopening Task Force.
This year has been an exceptional year for music at Hebron Academy. We had eight truly talented students accepted into the District 2 Honors Choruses, and five students accepted into the Maine All-State choruses.
A place that's been here since 1804 and that is ready and waiting for your return.
We can't wait to see you in the fall!
Please enjoy this special video reminding you: This is worth it.
Hebron Academy is pleased to welcome Mr. David Ruiz as our new Dean of Student Life! He will also be the Chair of Hebron's Equity and Inclusivity Task Force composed of faculty, staff, and students.
Hebron Academy is pleased to share that Mr. Edwin Núñez has been promoted to Director of Admission and Financial Aid! Núñez has worked in various roles at Hebron since 2012 including dormitory parent, coach and Spanish teacher, and on-campus international student program coordinator.
Hebron Academy is excited to share that Chenyang "Pauline" Han '20 has been recognized as a 2020 National Medalist for the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards competition!
Hebron Academy is excited to announce that on-campus tours will resume this summer for prospective students and families! Hebron, like most schools, suspended campus visits when the COVID-19 pandemic emerged in mid-March.
Next week we will be kicking the July 4th weekend off with a special video message to remind you just how much we've missed you!
Hebron Academy is excited to announce the Proctors for the 2020- 2021 Academic Year! Proctors are elected student mentors who are liaisons between the students and the faculty. This is a school-wide selection process that seeks students who represent the qualities of leadership at Hebron.
We are excited to offer language exchange Zoom meetings throughout the summer! Our Director of English as a Second Language, Ms. Katya Kilian, will be hosting the meetings and providing weekly themes, including practice questions for the upcoming session.
One of the books being offered for the All-School read is Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy, the true story of a lawyer working for social justice. Its focus on racist and socioeconomic bias in the criminal justice system seems to fit perfectly with the larger conversation going on right now. We encourage students and faculty to read this book this summer.
Mr. Trevor Paul, English faculty, invites you to join him for a Very Gothic Summer! The idea is for Mr. Paul to teach topics and works he does not get to deal with in his classes, but finds extremely fascinating and compelling. This is completely optional, but a fun way to stay connected and engaged with your Hebron community.
Hebron Academy Middle School (HAMS) is pleased to announce the Honor Roll for the 2019- 2020 academic year.
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