Boarding and Day · Co-ed College Prep · Grades 6–12 & Postgraduate · Hebron, Maine

Upper School Updated 10/10-10/14

Upper School Updated 10/10-10/14

It was great to see parents on campus last weekend! We were glad to host you in our “Moose Morning” run-through of classes and enjoyed sharing the sidelines with parents, alumni, and so many students. What a day! JV Boys’ Soccer and Girls’ Varsity Soccer rang the bell with their wins – and we loved watching all our athletes play from their hearts. With about a month left in the fall season, we’re proud of every team. This week, golf, mountain biking, and JV boys’ and girls’ soccer have games. Keep track of upcoming sports contests on the school website ( 

In the next week, we reach the midpoint of fall semester. Time feels like it’s moved so quickly! Students are getting reminders from teachers to hand in missing work and classes are hitting some major tests and assignments. Now is a good time to take a look at your student’s grades in MyHebron and share successes and challenges with them. Remember, here’s how to access your student’s class information: 

  1. Log in to MyHebron 

  2. Click on your student’s name in the upper left of the screen (if you have more than one student at Hebron, you will find a drop-down menu of names here)

  3. You should be directed to the Progress tab

  4. Scroll down to the Courses section

  5. Click on the “See grade detail” tab in the first course to see individual grades and comments that the teacher has left

  6. Select “Next Course” at the bottom of the pop-up window to advance to the next course in the alphabetical list

Leading up to Thanksgiving Break, we are getting several questions about travel plans for students – to demystify the process a little, here are three different categories of travel for students that you should be aware of: 

WEEKEND TRAVEL: If you are interested in taking your boarding student (or any boarding student) off campus for a weekend, reach out to Dean of Students Mrs. Mae Applegate ( when you are formulating your plans. Plans for students traveling off campus for the weekend should be finalized the Wednesday prior to departure. 

SPORTS TRAVEL: If your student (boarding or day) is traveling for an independent sporting event, please connect through the Athletic Director Mr. Caddy Brooks ( Plans for off-campus travel should be finalized two days before departure. 

BREAK TRAVEL: For the upcoming Thanksgiving Break, students will see a survey requesting their travel plans from the Director of Residential Life Mr. Zach Hensley this week. Students will share their plans for this break, and the Res Life office will confirm plans with parents. Look for an email from in the coming weeks. Parents should respond to confirm their students’ travel plans. Look for similar emails shortly about Winter Break. If you have any questions about your student’s long distance travel at any time, you can email