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

Clubs & Activities

Opportunities abound at Hebron for students to get involved in activities, contribute to the school community, and enhance their leadership skills. Students are encouraged to create new clubs and activities based on their own interests.

Student Organizations

'The Bridge' (Gay-Straight-Trans Alliance)

The Bridge is an all-school organization that promotes equity among all members of the Hebron community, regardless of gender, race, religion, ethnic heritage, or sexual preference. The Bridge sponsors the Day of Silence each April and hosts events, meetings, and off-campus trips open to all throughout the year.

Chinese Club

The Chinese Club is run by Chinese-speaking students who wish to share their culture/language with the general student population. This group gets together for meetings, meals, and general fun activities.

Green Key Ambassadors

Since 1949, Hebron’s Green Keys have been the admissions ambassadors and tour guides who assist with special events throughout the year. All Upper School students are eligible to participate; juniors and seniors are Green Key leaders.

The Hebron Review

The Hebron Review is a student lead newspaper available online and print.

Math Team

Under the guidance of two faculty members and open to all students, the Math Team competes inter-scholastically and is active throughout the entire school year. Hebron mathletes have had strong success in state competitions and several team members have qualified to participate in national competitions.

Outing Club

A part of Hebron’s Outdoor Education Program. The Outing Club offers weekend off-campus trips to canoe, rock-climb, hike, snowshoe, and backcountry ski and ride. Trips are on Sundays and are open to all Hebron students.

The Spectator Yearbook

Hebron’s yearbook is developed by students under the tutelage of a faculty advisor. The group designs and compiles content for The Spectator.

Student Government

Each year, every class elects officers. Officers lead the class in activities focusing on three goals: Spirit, Service, and Fundraising. All class officers meet monthly as a council to discuss their class progress towards achieving these goals. Funds raised are used for class activities and for the senior class gift. Traditionally, the senior class president delivers the commencement address.

Student Mentors

Volunteer students assist new or younger students as they navigate and aspire to success at the school.