Hebron Academy is one of the nation's oldest endowed boarding schools; the school was chartered in 1804 and opened its doors in 1805. From the first, Hebron has been an inclusive, supportive educational community that values individuality and respects individual differences. For more than two centuries our mission and core values have remained consistent with the school's original charter—that our students be taught liberal arts and sciences and educated to revere life and to respect and honor individuality.

In the following pages, immerse yourself in the school's origins, important events, interesting characters, and notable historical figures who spent time at Hebron
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For more than two centuries our mission and core values have remained consistent with the school's original charter—that our students be taught liberal arts and sciences and educated to revere life and to respect and honor individuality.

Bell-Lipman Archives

Selected items from the Bell-Lipman Archives at Hebron are available through the Digital Archives of Hebron Academy supported by PastPerfect Software. Enter the collection by clicking the link here and following directions for searching items pertaining to persons, places, things, or years.
HEBRON ACADEMY | 339 Paris RD P.O.Box 309 Hebron, ME 04238 207-966-2100
Hebron Academy is a small, private, co-ed college preparatory boarding and day school for students in grades six through postgraduate located in Hebron Maine. Students from across the United States and around the world are challenged and inspired to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit through small classes, knowledgeable and caring teachers who provide individual attention, and a friendly, respectful, family atmosphere.