HAMS students are keeping active and engaged in their classes and after school, and weekend activities. We have reached the midterm of the fall term and fall long weekend. Just a reminder, parent/teacher conferences are on Friday, 10/8 and there are no classes that Friday or on Monday, 10/11.
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How are Jacks did this week in their games and their matches.
Updates on the Athletic Schedule for the week of 10/9-10/13.
Football is home this weekend against Millbrook- here is the link to watch. Kickoff at 12:00 pm. Go ‘Jacks!”
Did you know that this September marks the 50th Anniversary of Hebron Academy returning back to a Coeducational School? We were originally a coed school from the beginning in 1804. In 1922, it was decided that Hebron would go to an all-boys school and that would be true until 1971 when the school went back to being coed.
It has been a very busy start to the fall term and HAMS students are settling into their classes and after-school activities.
Students in Mr. McArthur’s Gaelic class have been working on making their own Tartans.
A Review of our sports teams from last weeks matches!
We were excited to have the first sports games last weekend in over a year. Here is a brief recap of all the games!
We are excited to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month here at Hebron. It is important to recognize the achievements and contributions of all Hispanic American people who have inspired others to achieve success. Please click the link below to learn more about what this month means.
The Boys JV Soccer game scheduled on 10/20 vs Tilton has been canceled.
The Field Hockey game that was scheduled for this Saturday against KUA is canceled. We will update if we are able to get the game rescheduled.
We are excited for another weekend on campus with all the students. We have planned a lot of fun and exciting things for the kids to do this weekend. Here is a list of activities that kids can choose from.
Please join us for an evening concert tonight, September 10, 2021, at 7:30p.m, live-streamed to you from the Lepage Center for the Arts at Hebron Academy.
The Hebron Girls’ Soccer program is anxiously waiting to make its comeback in two ways. The Jacks want to get back to playing after covid and also want to make an impression on the rest of the teams that they mean business. The first match on the pitch will bring a fierce team waiting to avenge the losses of the past at Berwick Academy on Saturday, September 11th.
Hired in July 2020 as Hebron’s Dean of Student Life, he was soon asked to chair the faculty task force for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion as well. “I leaped at the opportunity to contribute,” Ruiz said. Soon afterwards, Ruiz was invited to join the Advisory Council for the Albert Lepage Center for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
The Albert Lepage Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at Hebron Academy was established to develop the values of global cultural awareness among trustees, faculty, staff, students, and parents, enabling all associated with Hebron Academy to become leaders for equity and social justice.
We are excited to announce that our online school store is now open to order all your Hebron Academy Swag. The store will close on September 12, so make sure to place your order before then! The product will arrive within 2 weeks of ordering!
Every year we eagerly await the start of soccer and the first game, but none more so, perhaps, than this year. Our team has our eyes set on September 11th as we take to the pitch for our first game in almost two years!
Please Join the Acting Head of School, the Admissions Team and Hebron Academy administrators and faculty at a Parent Reception to celebrate the start of the 2021-2022 Academic Year
Check out the latest edition of Hebron Magazine!