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Hebron Campus Tours Resume for Summer 2020

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.

This is Worth It

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 Proctors for the 2020- 2021 Academic Year

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.

Hebron Academy Summer Language Exchange

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.

All-School Read Option: Just Mercy

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. Paul's Very Gothic 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 House Cup Winner Announced

The final points have been tallied and we are excited to share that the winners of the inaugural Hebron House Cup are the Katahdin Bears!

Hebron Academy Announces 2020 Awards & Prizes

Each spring at Commencement we recognize the accomplishments of members of the Junior and Senior classes for academic excellence, extra-curricular accomplishments and leadership.

Upper School Poetry Writing Contest Winners Announced

The Hebron English department is excited to share the winners of the Spring Poetry Writing Contest! There were a lot of great applicants, so many, in fact, that a winner was chosen from each class instead of the usual categories.

Middle School Poetry Writing Contest Winners Announced

We are excited to share that the winner of the Middle School Poetry Writing Contest is Caden Violette with his poem "Shadows of the Clouds"! Louisa Strong and Lila Rowzee tied for second place with their pieces "Now" and "Melon" respectively. Here are their poems for you to enjoy. 

What "Can" You do for Your Community?

It's easy to feel like part of a connected community when we are together on campus. Community service opportunities, on and off-campus, abound. During the coronavirus pandemic, students have been encouraged to continue their community service efforts at home, and the results have been inspiring!

Caddy Brooks Named Hebron Academy's New Athletic Director

Hebron Academy is excited to announce that Mr. Caddy Brooks has been named the new Athletic Director. Ms. Leslie "Mitzi" Guenther, while retiring at the end of this year, is excited to mentor Mr. Brooks as he transitions to his new role. Brooks joined Hebron Academy in the 2019-2020 year as a coach, faculty member, and dormitory advisor.

Virtual Wellness Nutrition Series: Superhero Muffins

This is the final recipe in our virtual wellness nutrition series. Thank you for joining us as we shared videos of recipes that are easy to make and full of healthy ingredients. Our Director of Student Success, Mrs. Courtney Marchetti, and her children Lila and Ollie show us how to make superhero muffins.

Impressive teapots cause a stir!

Mr. Miller's 'Intro to Ceramics' class made teapots as their final project of the 2nd trimester. While students were unable to finish their pieces on their own, they each gave Mr. Miller precise glazing instructions so that he could complete their pieces for them.

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