Policies & Conduct
The Hebron Hub contains our general policies, procedures, and school information, many of which were developed for a standard academic year.
For the most up-to-date policies, including COVID-19 planning and response policies, please refer to Hebron's Reopening Plan.
Hebron Academy asks that its students expand their abilities by participation in afternoon activities and athletics in the fall, winter and spring seasons. Athletics is a key part of the Hebron Academy experience and one that all students engage in at various levels. Each weekday afternoon students participate in team practices or games or take part in the Outdoor Program’s experiences. All new students are required to be a member of an athletic team or participate in Outdoor Education in the first season of their enrollment. All students must participate in an athletic offering or Outdoor Education in two of the three seasons. For their third season, students may choose art, music, drama or yearbook in lieu of an athletic offering. All afternoon activities will include a Saturday commitment.
As a member of the New England Prep School Athletic Council (NEPSAC), the Academy endorses the Council’s Code of Ethics and Conduct. Athletes and parents are expected to carefully review these expectations and to adhere to them accordingly. As a basic principle, we believe that the lessons learned from fairly played athletics, whether interscholastic or not, and including games and practices, are of benefit to our students and our school. The following standards are ones we expect all athletes, coaches and spectators to meet.
- NEPSAC Expectations
- Proper Conduct and Good Sportsmanship
- Guidelines for Spectators
- Guidelines for Players
- Expulsion Rule
Athletics exist primarily as an essential part of each student’s overall educational experience. As an educational process, athletics serve these purposes:
- To teach and instruct students in the rules, fundamentals and skills of various individual and team sports, as well as to provide physical training.
- To provide healthy competition and cooperation within and between schools, thus inculcating in each student the best principles of good sportsmanship.
- To develop the other aspects of good sportsmanship which will best serve each student’s education.
- To maintain the spirit of true amateur competition.
- Treat other people as you wish them to fairly treat you.
- Regard the rules of your game as an agreement, the spirit or letter of which you should not evade or break.
- Treat officials and opponents with respect.
- Accept absolutely and without quarrel the final decision of any official.
- Honor visiting teams and spectators as your own guests and treat them accordingly. Likewise, behave as an honored guest when you visit another school.
- Be gracious in victory and defeat. Learn to take defeat well and with class.
- Be as cooperative as you are competitive.
- Remember that your actions on and off the field reflect on you, your family and your school.
- Spectators—whether students, faculty, parents, alumni or friends—bear important responsibilities to the school for the atmosphere and conduct of games, whether home or away.
- Spectators should watch games from those areas defined by each school as spectator areas. They must not run up and down the sidelines, call to players, coaches or officials in an unsportsmanlike manner, go onto the field of play or deface property. Any action which detracts from the ability of coaches, players and officials to do their best is unacceptable and may cause the offending spectator to be excused from the athletic venue.
- The use of alcohol and illegal drugs should not be associated with any athletic event.
- Players shall at all times represent themselves and their schools with honor, proper conduct and good sportsmanship. They shall understand that competitive rivalries are encouraged, but that disrespect for opponents is unsportsmanlike and lessens the values of the rivalries. They shall confine the competitiveness of the game to the field, and in particular behave properly on the sidelines and in the locker rooms before and after games.
- Players shall comply fully with the rulings of the officials. In no way, either by voice, action or gesture, shall they demonstrate their
A player who is ejected from an interscholastic game for “unsportsmanlike conduct” or other flagrant behavior will forfeit their eligibility to play in the next regularly scheduled interscholastic or tournament game.
After considering the circumstances, Hebron may require a multiple game suspension.
Students are expected to attend and be punctual for all of their commitments- academic obligations, athletic practices and contests, school meetings, and any other official meetings scheduled by the school (e.g., college counseling meetings) unless excused by the Dean of Students or the Health Center. Regular attendance for all required commitments in an essential element of a Hebron Academy education. Thus an absence from any mandatory school commitment is counted in the same manner.
All absences from a required commitment are ultimately reported to the Dean of Students. Any class for which a student arrives more than 15 minutes late without an acceptable pass from a faculty or staff member will be considered an absence.
Absences will be counted from the beginning of the trimester and will reset each trimester. Trimesters are defined as: Fall Trimester (Opening of School through Thanksgiving break), Winter Trimester (Thanksgiving break through March break), and Spring Trimester (March through the End of Year).
The following policies were created as a way to provide quick and constructive feedback to a student whose absences may be the root of other issues. Persistent attendance issues are considered a failure to thrive and students should expect the Administration to take measures to help them succeed such as but not limited to: random toxicology testing, mandatory counseling or medical evaluation, breakfast check-ins, various dorm restrictions, and/ or their contract being withheld. Students who miss Friday Night Study Hall will receive an additional Wednesday Work Detail and further consequences.
For any unexcused class absence, the student will receive a zero on any assessments given during the class(es) missed. A teacher may allow the work to be made up if he or she regards it as critical for the student’s learning. In such a case, the maximum grade allowed will be 55%. In addition, the student shall expect an immediate disciplinary response from the Dean of Students Office.
- Unexcused Absences
- Excused Absences
- Excessive Academic Absences
- Leaving Campus
- Special Absences
- Special Senior and Postgraduate Class Absence Policy
Unexcused Absence 1
Warning conversation with advisor and Dean of Students.
Unexcused Absence 2
Conversation with advisor and Dean of Students. Friday Night Study Hall and no weekend trips.
Unexcused Absence 3
Conversation with advisor and Dean of Students. Friday Night Study Hall and no weekend trips.
Unexcused Absence 4
Student has an Attendance Meeting with the Dean of Students, advisor, and Dean of Academics. The Dean of Students will notify student and parent(s) explaining escalating consequences if further absences occur. Friday Night Study Hall and weekend restrictions.
Unexcused Absence 5
Student will meet with the Dean of Students and advisor. Friday Night Study Hall and weekend restrictions. The student will also have Wednesday Afternoon Work Detail. Dean of Students or advisor will notify student and parent(s).
Unexcused Absence 6
Student will have a meeting with the Attendance Board and will likely be placed on Attendance Probation. Students placed on Attendance Probation will have an additional meeting with the Dean of Students and parent(s) highlighting the terms of probation and action plans moving forward.
The Dean of Students will make the final determination of whether or not an absence is or shall be excused. Parents of day students should report absences due to illness to the Dean of Students before their first obligation while boarding students must report to the Health Center prior to their first school obligation.
If a student knows in advance that he or she will miss class, the student must get initial permission from the Dean of Students. Students seeking approval for an excused absence must:
- obtain planned class absence form from the Dean of Students;
- get permission from teachers by asking them to sign a planned class absence form (if not an illness, emergency, or school-sponsored event);
- turn in the planned class absence form to the Dean of Students for final permission 24 hours before departure;
- take responsibility for all work and class material missed;
- complete missed assignments and assessments within the time period allowed by each teacher (teachers will communicate these due dates to advisors for follow-up with students).
Excessive absence, excused or unexcused, may result in a Disciplinary Committee hearing and/or loss of credit for the year as determined by the Academic Affairs Committee. The committee may also determine that it is inappropriate for the student to continue at Hebron. Excessive absence is generally defined as 10% of the seat time for a class, or around 15 class meetings.
During the school day, day students are not permitted to leave campus without the permission of the Dean of Students or the Administrator on Duty (AOD). Day students may leave school when their final commitment of the day is completed.
Boarding students are not allowed to leave campus without the permission of the Administrator on Duty (AOD).
A student may be granted special permission to be away from school outside school vacations only if they have gone through the absence request process found under “Excused Absences”. This request process must be completed before arranging any required transportation. Teachers are not required to meet with the student for extra help in cases of absence due to vacation time. Tests and quizzes missed are to be made up at the convenience of the teacher. Students must be wholly responsible for their own work and not expect special consideration from their teachers to make up for topics or assignments missed for special absences.
The school encourages students to schedule medical appointments and college interviews during vacation time.
Seniors and postgraduates will be allotted a maximum of five (5) school days to be off-campus to explore post-Hebron plans. These days may be used for college visits, revisit days, athletic tryouts, etc. They are not to be used to extend vacations, nor are students required to use them. For all such visits, students must complete the aforementioned planned absence request process. Furthermore, the college counselors must confirm and approve any college-related visits, and details pertaining to each visit must be provided. Our goal is for students to minimize missed class time to maintain good academic standing even while pursuing post-Hebron plans. Students who take advantage of this policy will incur excused absences up to the five-day limit. After that, any absences will be unexcused. Students are not permitted to use the day before or after a scheduled break.
Students are permitted to have and use cellular telephones on campus. However, cell phone use in the learning environment has been shown to negatively affect students’ academic performance. Excessive cell phone use has also been shown to negatively impact young people’s confidence and mental health, and it often disrupts the face-to-face interactions that are so essential to social development and community cohesion.
In order to provide the best possible learning and living environment for our students, Hebron Academy has implemented the following guidelines:
Cell phones (and headphones) should remain out of sight and unused:
- in classrooms
- in the dining hall
- in the chapel
- at formal school events
The above regulations apply to both students and faculty, with the exception of the Administrator on Duty, or in case of a true emergency. Any improper use or failure to comply with the rules regarding cell phones may result in immediate forfeiture of the device for a length of time to be determined by the Dean of Students.
The school reserves the right to discipline any student who demonstrates an unwillingness to cooperate with the school’s expectations.
The Dean of Students and Director of the Upper School deal personally with routine matters and will notify the Head of School, who may become involved in the administration of discipline as appropriate.
A student may be assigned Work Detail for a violation of a minor school rule, accumulated absences from commitments, or continued unsatisfactory behavior. If a student does not attend Work Detail at the assigned time, they will be re-assigned during activity/ athletic time. Students who miss a second time will serve an in-house suspension.
A student may be suspended for the violation of a major school rule, accumulated absences from commitments, or continued unsatisfactory behavior.
The term of suspension varies but is usually two to five days. Upon return from the suspension, the student is usually placed on Disciplinary Probation.
Any violation of school policy is seen as a Community Violation and when these violations reach the point of suspension, we feel it is important for the student to leave the community for a period of time. Suspension gives the student some time at home to discuss with parents the commitment involved in living within the school community and the importance of meeting our expectations. If a student is unable to travel home to serve his/her suspension, the school will arrange a home-stay or contract with a suspension service; necessary fees apply. The school may also require that the student attend a suspension program in lieu of a home-stay. Details will be worked out between the Dean of Students or the Director of the Upper School and the student’s parents or guardian. All students must have an English-speaking guardian with whom to make arrangements. The student will be held responsible for all work that has been missed during a suspension.
Another form of suspension is an In-House Work Day. During an in-house work day, a student will engage in community service on campus.
Any make-up work for missed classes, assignments, and tests lost due to suspension should be made up in an appropriate amount of time as determined by the teacher. A student who returns from suspension may not expect special consideration for make-up work. A student suspended from school must expect that suspension may impact his or her grades.
A student may be dismissed from the Academy for the violation of a major school rule, generally unsatisfactory behavior, failure to meet the requirements
for graduation, or other misconduct the Head of School or his designee deems sufficiently serious to warrant dismissal. The Head of School’s decision with respect to dismissal shall be final.
In cases where a senior or postgraduate has been dismissed, the school will send a letter to all colleges and universities to which the senior or post-graduate has applied and/or gained acceptance. The letter will reflect the change in the student’s status. The student’s transcript will be appropriately marked.
Hebron Academy reviews the citizenship of all students in June and reserves the right to deny continuation to any student whose behavior, attitude or disciplinary record is judged by the faculty to be detrimental to the welfare of the school community, whether or not specific major school regulations have been violated.
Disciplinary Probation is the Academy’s response to the student who violates a major rule or whose behavior has continued to be of concern.
Probation is used when it seems that, with some restrictions and perhaps with some additional supervision, the student may be able to continue as a member of the community. It is a period of final trial during which the student is responsible for obeying all the school’s rules, meeting all school commitments, and fulfilling any specific terms of the probation. The student is expected to demonstrate, by cooperative behavior and a positive attitude, that he/she truly wishes to remain a contributing part of the community.
Should all other avenues be exhausted, the Head of School or Director of the Upper School may select one of the following final courses of action:
- Take immediate and final disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, when he or she, in their discretion, determines that such action is warranted, or
- Convene a Disciplinary Committee composed of appropriate members of the student body, faculty, and administration, which shall investigate the facts as it deems appropriate and make a recommendation to the Head of School.
This Committee will be chaired by the Dean of Students. The Committee will be made up of the Dean of Students, Director of the Upper School, the student’s dorm faculty, the student’s advisor, and two student Proctors. A non-voting advocate, chosen by the student from the Hebron faculty, may also be invited to participate on the Committee.
The Head of School has final authority with regard to the disposition of all disciplinary matters. A parent or guardian who disagrees with the Head of School’s decision may request that the Head of School reconsider his decision, but no further appeal shall be permitted.
The dress code at Hebron can be summed up as modest and neat.
Attire at Hebron should project an image of neatness and respect for self and others. This dress code extends through the entire school day and includes breaks, meals and free periods. Any faculty member may judge a student’s attire as inappropriate, and the student will be required to change. If the student misses school obligations because they are changing, they will be marked with an unexcused tardy or absent.
- Must be respectfully removed when entering any building.
- Allowed: slacks, corduroys, khakis/ chinos, capris, Bermuda shorts.
- No denim pants or shorts.
- No leggings, sweatpants, athletic wear, baggy shorts or pajama bottoms.
- Shorts must have a 5” inseam or longer.
- Belts must be worn if trousers or shorts have belt loops.
- Allowed: blouses, collared shirts, and sweaters.
- No sweatshirts- including “hoodies” and zip-up hooded sweatshirts.
- No tee-shirts of any kind.
- No low-cut plunging necklines.
- No bare midriffs.
- Button-down shirts and unfitted golf shirts must be buttoned and tucked.
- Sleeveless shirts must be work with a blouse or sweater.
- Clean footwear is required.
Skirts and Dresses
- Must be beyond fingertip length.
- Sleeveless dresses must be work with a blouse or sweater.
- No denim skirts.
- Belts must be worn if skirts have belt loops.
- School dress is required in the dining hall during the school day, including free periods.
- Students are expected to change after practice before dinner. Clothing worn at practice is not permitted in the dining hall.
- Sleeves and shoes are required in the dining hall at all times.
Note: students who are not in school dress due to illness should not be eating in the Dining Hall.
There are special occasions throughout the year that require students to look their best. On such occasion, students have several options:
Option 1: Dress slacks, blouse or dress shirt, tie, blazer, and dress shoes.
Option 2: Dressy skirt, blouse or dress shirt, and dress shoes.
Option 3: Dress and dress shoes.
Skirts and dresses of tee-shirt material, flip-flops, casual shoes, shorts and hat are not permitted on dress-up days.
Boarding students may not have cars on campus or in the local area. If unique circumstances arise, a student may be granted permission from the Dean of Students or Director of the Upper School. This privilege is applicable to students in good academic and community standing only. Specific guidelines and expectations will apply.
We recognize that some of our day students will provide their own transportation to and from school.
All day students will receive specific guidelines for appropriate car use. Hebron allows day students the privilege of having cars on campus. However, any violation of the following guidelines may result in revocation of this privilege, for a period of time determined by the Dean of Students or Director of the Upper School.
- Cars must be parked in the Williams Center parking lot.
- Once the cars are parked, they are not to be moved until the student decides to return home. Driving between the school buildings, the dormitories, the playing fields, the gym or into town for any reason is not permitted.
- Under no circumstances are any students, boarding or day, allowed to be transported in any car unless specific arrangements have been made by the student’s parents and the Dean of Students or the AOD.
- Reckless and dangerous driving on campus will void the privilege of driving to school.
- Students may not drive themselves to off-campus Hebron events, even if convenient for them to.
Once again, we remind you that driving is a privilege and this privilege may be revoked due to any violation of the rules.
By enrolling at Hebron, each student agrees to abide by its rules and each parent agrees to support the school’s policies.
These rules apply:
a) any time a student is on campus;
b) any time a student is participating in or attending a school-sponsored event;
c) any time a student is officially representing the school;
d) any time a student is traveling to or from school or on school- authorized transportation;
e) anywhere a student has been transported by the school (airport, bus station, etc.);
f) on day and weekend sign-outs;
g) when hosting a boarding student(s) on day or weekend sign-outs.
The school regards any behavior prejudicial to the best interests of Hebron Academy by anyone in the Hebron community, whether at school or elsewhere while school is in session or during a vacation, as sufficient grounds for a disciplinary response.
- 1. Respect the person, rights, and property of others.
- 2. Respect the religious, ethnic, social, and economic background as well as the sexual orientation of all members of the Hebron Academy community and the Maine community at large.
- 3. Respect school and personal property.
- 4. Be honest in all matters.
- 5. Practice habits that promote healthy living.
- 6. Meet all commitments and obligations.
- 7. Form healthy and growth-enhancing relationships.
- 8. Behave in a way that reflects favorably upon Hebron Academy.
Fighting with, intimidating or threatening other members of the community will not be tolerated. There is to be no hazing, either physical or emotional. Any form of harassment, coercion or abuse, either sexual, physical, emotional or psychological will incur a severe disciplinary response (see Harassment Policy).
Students may not use tobacco, chewing tobacco, e-cigarettes, vapes, alcohol, or other drugs. The purchase, possession, distribution and presence of paraphernalia associated with and/or use of tobacco, alcohol, or other drugs is prohibited, nor should students be in the presence of the aforementioned items. The school reserves the right to require a drug and alcohol screening at any time.
a) Students are expected to be prompt in their attendance at all classes, study halls, extracurricular and athletic commitments and at all school meetings.
b) Students may not leave campus without permission. Anytime a student wishes to leave the main campus, he/she must sign out with the Administrator on Duty.
While we recognize the development of sexual curiosity occurs as one transitions from childhood to adulthood, students are to abstain from sexually intimate behavior. Should interactions occur, they need to be consensual and respectful. Public displays of affection that compromise the comfort of others are not acceptable behavior. Visitation between students in exclusive and exclusionary relationships in dorm rooms is also not allowed. The Academy reserves the right to take disciplinary action if a student refuses to follow this policy on sexual intimacy.
Our counselors and nurses are available to discuss issues of sexuality and reproductive health. Discussions will also take place
in Community Meetings, LIFE meetings, and Advisory meetings.
Disciplinary responses include, but are not limited to:
- work detail
While there are not fixed sanctions linked to individual infractions of school rules, specific disciplinary guidelines are consistently followed. Usually, no single violation of rules necessarily results in expulsion from school.
However, some offenses may result in a recommendation for immediate dismissal. Such infractions include, but are not limited to:
- using, distributing, and/ or possessing drugs and alcohol;
- cheating or lying;
- taking physical or emotional advantage of another;
- abuse based on racial, religious or ethnic background;
- abuse based on sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression or the preception of the above;
Hebron Academy is enriched by the diversity of its community members. The school recognizes and respects individual differences in background which include but are not limited to culture, race, ethnic origin, religion, gender, and sexual orientation.
In order to provide an environment of mutual respect, tolerance, and sensitivity, it is important that every member of the community recognize certain guidelines for appropriate behavior.
Inappropriate behavior, either verbal or physical, that disregards the self- esteem of others is unacceptable. Such behavior includes unwelcomed physical advances, unwarranted verbal remarks, derogatory statements or discriminatory comments, and can occur between any two individuals or groups of individuals. This includes any electronic communication, whether on campus or off.
Listed are some examples of inappropriate behavior:
- uninvited pressure for sexual activity whether explicit or implicit;
- obscene or suggestive remarks or jokes, verbal abuse, insults;
- display of explicit, offensive or demeaning materials;
- hazing, threats;
- comments which are demeaning with respect to race, religion, ethnic origin or gender.
- Seek adult assistance.
- Let the offending person or people know you want the behavior to stop. Say NO firmly! Look directly at the person with a straight face to give a clear message about how you feel. Do not apologize.
- Keep a record of when, where and how you have been mistreated. Include witnesses, direct quotes, actions, evidence and any written communication.
- If you do not feel comfortable confronting the person alone, take a friend along or write a letter.
- Promptly contact someone at school about the situation: advisor, faculty member, administrator, supervisor or Health Center staff.
A response from the school to the situation may be made in consultation with the person making the complaint. One or both parties involved may be asked to leave campus until an investigation is completed or a conflict is resolved. Each person at Hebron Academy has the right to participate fully in the life of the school without harassment.
Complete integrity in all matters of school life is expected of both the student and the parents. Truthfulness, even in the face of social pressure, is a value that the school is determined to maintain.
Academic honesty is fundamental. Students are expected to demonstrate integrity by never cheating, plagiarizing or misrepresenting themselves on tests, quizzes and assignments, including all work done on computers, as well as not infringing upon copyrighted materials. Students should never misrepresent themselves, their work or their own or others’ actions.
In cases of academic dishonesty, the faculty member will discuss the situation first with the student and the Department Chair. The Department Chair, in consultation with the faculty member, will decide the appropriate response. That response may include turning the matter over to the Dean of Academics, Dean of Students, Director of the Upper School and/ or Head of School for further disciplinary action.
In cases of intentional academic dishonesty, appropriate disciplinary action will be taken. That response may include, but is not limited to: a warning, probation, suspension or a Disciplinary Committee meeting to discuss the student’s continued presence at Hebron.
Hebron Academy expects individuals in its community to be responsible users of technology and the internet. Some of the material on the internet may be inaccurate, objectionable, sexually explicit, criminal, and unethical. Students must be vigilant in their choice of sites to consider opening, and efficient in their exit of inappropriate sites. Students shall not access material that is profane or obscene, that advocates or condones the commissions of unlawful acts or that advocates or condones violence or discrimination towards other people.
Viewing, printing, downloading or sending objectionable material and unethical or illegal online behavior will be cause for disciplinary action. Please be aware that this includes any behavior, on-campus or off, that has the potential to damage the school’s reputation or is contrary to its mission.
It is important to be aware of copyrights and avoid plagiarism. Downloading computer software, music, movies or any other copyrighted material is illegal. It is your responsibility to determine if the material is copyrighted. The fact that it is available for download does not make it legal to do so.
Communication on the internet reflects on the Academy. Use a tone that is appropriate in an educational setting. Do not use obscene, profane, lewd, vulgar, rude, threatening or inflammatory language. Do not make personal attacks or discriminatory statements or defame a person or organization.
Your personal safety and that of others are matters of concern to the school. There are organizations and individuals on the internet who might take advantage of you personally or financially. Do not reveal personal information about yourself or others.
Any attempt to access any part of the school network that you have not been given explicit permission to access is a violation of the Acceptable Use Policy. Respect other users’ work; do not destroy or alter anyone else’s data. Do not attempt to enter other computer systems and disrupt their functioning capacity or seek classified or private information from them.
School lab computers are an educational resource. Students working on a school project have precedence over those using the devices for personal interest. Supervising faculty may set time limits on computer use if there are people waiting for a turn. Participating in online games is not allowed on lab computers.
All electronic mail, records, files, documents and other objects stored on Hebron’s computer system are the exclusive property of Hebron Academy. Any such data may be discoverable in litigation. Therefore, Hebron reserves the right to inspect and/or monitor such data at any time.
All users of our computer systems, including the wireless network, internet and electronic mail systems, should understand that there is no reasonable expectation or personal right of privacy regarding the location, nature or content of any files, messages or data stored there. All users are deemed to have consented to inspection and/ or monitoring of all such data on Hebron’s computer systems.
All users should also be aware that by bringing a computer to school, they are consenting to inspection of that computer, regardless of whether that computer is used on the school network. Inspections and/or monitoring will be at the discretion of the Head of School and the Director of the Upper School.
Students shall not use the internet for dissemination or publication of any material which jeopardizes the good name of the school, which is detrimental to the common good, or which is harmful or offensive to members of the school community. This includes the posting of inappropriate material on any blog, chat room or website. Such behavior may result in disciplinary action. Users should understand that their electronic correspondence, including the propriety of language and content, will be treated as the legal equivalent of publicly spoken or written words.
The school provides education to students about appropriate online behavior, including interacting with other individuals on social networking websites and in chat rooms and cyberbullying awareness and response. This and CIPA Policy is included in this discussion during our opening school orientation schedule. Technology measures are in place and are used for monitoring all internet access through Hebron’s computer systems.
The Academy will provide transportation to and from Portland and Lewiston at vacation times for transport connections. On weekends when a student leaves campus, the school will only provide transportation when a driver is available; otherwise, the student will have to arrange for a taxi to take them to the bus station or airport and back to campus.
Students are not permitted to use UBER or Lyft at this time.
It is the Academy’s expectation that students will depart for long weekends, winter break and spring break only after their last commitment on that day. Travel arrangements should not interfere with the class day. Missed classes will be considered unexcused.
The school will provide bus transportation at the beginning and end of vacations at the most common intervals to accommodate travel times.
- Departures: to the Portland International Jetport and Concord Trailways on the day the vacation begins as well as an early departure the next morning.
- Returning: students should arrive at the Portland International Jetport and Concord Trailways.
Students will be charged for transportation to or from Lewiston/ Auburn and Portland.
If a student’s needs do not coincide with the departure and arrival times provided, they will need to arrange for their own transportation to or from school via taxi.
If Hebron must provide transportation outside of scheduled times, there will be an additional fee. To make special arrangements for transportation, please call or e-mail the Transportation Coordinator well in advance (207-966-5277 or travel@ hebronacademy.org).
Specific transportation times and fees will be noted to students well in advance of vacation dates.
During long weekends, students have the opportunity to leave campus and to go home or to an approved host residence. If need be, students may also remain on campus in the dormitories.
If leaving campus for these weekends, students are not permitted to stay in hotels without adult supervision, nor are they permitted to stay in college dormitories.