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

Hebron Academy Admissions Center
 

 


Welcome to the Hebron Academy Virtual Admissions Hub. 

We hope that the information you find here - and throughout our website - will help give you a glimpse into the unique, supportive, and unforgettable campus experience that our Hebron Lumberjacks are part of every day.

We look forward to welcoming you - either virtually or in person to one of our upcoming Admissions Events.


 

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With the appropriate safety procedures in place we are happy to welcome prospective families to visit our campus. Tours will be of the grounds and outdoor facilities only and can include individual student interviews.

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Learn more about why Hebron Academy provides a different kind of boarding school experience than you might think. This opportunity to chat with our Admissions Director is limited to small groups.

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If you would like to talk to a member of our team individually that's no problem! We're happy to schedule a one-on-one appointment for you/your family to meet with one of our Admissions Counselors.

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Join us for our first ever Virtual Open House!

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The Hebron Academy Virtual Tour Experience

Take a trip around campus with our Interactive Tour

Academics, Athletics & Activities

The 'three A's' cover a lot at Hebron, but for a more in-depth view of subjects and programs click here.
 


The Four Key Principles that guide our Academic Program:
Effective Communicators

We affirm each unique voice by shaping its articulation in writing, speaking, listening, and artistic expression.

At the core of this experience is our innovative four-year curriculum that systematically introduces, challenges, and inspires students as they experiment with different media.

Forming, stretching, and refining effective communication skills equips students to discover the power inherent in trusting both their views and voice while positioning them to participate in and contribute to life’s vibrant spectrum of opportunities.

Adaptable Learners

In a world characterized by dynamic innovation and unrelenting change, those who lead fulfilling lives must be curious, adaptable, confident, and resilient.

In presenting a comprehensive liberal arts and science program, we intentionally expose our students to many different styles of teaching, learning, assessing, expressing, and creating. Our faculty is empowered to explore new pedagogical methods in the classroom, to recognize student uncertainty and use it as a springboard for analysis and discussion.

Our students are encouraged to reach, try, fail, change, and grow. Our approach to inspiring adaptability in our students is purposeful, precise, and proven.

Responsible Citizens

Being connected, engaged, and open to new perspectives are the qualities today’s global citizen possesses and the ones we cultivate at Hebron.

We nurture empathy and a shared sense of responsibility to ensure that our students feel part of a worldwide community here on campus and beyond. We support them as they participate in educational, linguistic, and service experiences that foster awareness, promote environmental stewardship, and create opportunities to become accountable international citizens. We model and reward adopting a global lens to recognize and analyze multiple viewpoints on issues.

The Hebron experience is alive with avenues for students to share their varied backgrounds and experiences in order to expand their perspectives and enrich interactions with each other, the environment, and the world.

girl presents to a table of collaborating students
Poised to Lead

Throughout their tenure here students acquire, cultivate, and hone leadership skills. We guide them in discovering how to identify their individual core values so they can leverage them to engage actively in the classroom, the community, and the world.

We recognize that leadership comes in many forms and encourage students to better understand themselves in order to develop their capacity to take purposeful initiative. Our academic program provides experiences that equip students to test their courage, rise to a challenge, take decisive initiative, learn from failure, face adversity, and embrace resiliency.

These characteristics inspire Hebron students to succeed here and in college and to lead lives of deliberate purpose and meaning for their own benefit and the benefit of others.


Some key facts about our Athletics & Activities Program:
Athletics & Activities for All

Our athletic program offers a wide variety of opportunities to support students in improvement in skill, teamwork, athletic achievement, and new experiences that further the development of a life-long love for being active, fit, and healthy.

We value the diverse interests and abilities of our students.

Whether you are a competitive athlete or sport has a small role in your life, we aim to ensure that the multitude of competitive and non-competitive opportunities at Hebron means there is something for everyone.

Athletic Team Offerings

Hebron Academy offers:

  • 15 Sport Offerings
  • 24 Varsity level athletic teams
  • 13 JV level teams

Recent Highlights:


Boys Varsity Soccer selected to the New England Class C tournament in 8 of the last 9 years, earning back-to-back championships in 2016 and 2017.

Girls Varsity Soccer - selected to the New England Class D tournament in 2016 and 2017, finishing as runners-up in 2016.

Boys Varsity Alpine ski team - won the New England Class C Championship in 2019, and finished in third place in 2020.

Girls Varsity Alpine ski team - New England Class C Championship runners-up in 2019 and 2020.

Athletic Training

Athletic training 
Experienced staff and state of the art facility and equipment support athlete health from injury rehab to routine care. 

Strength and Conditioning
In partnership with the Central Maine Conditioning Clinic, a local fitness specialist, Hebron athletes receive weekly training and program guidance from certified strength & conditioning coaches including physical testing and results for NCAA bound athletes in the recruitment process.

College Bound

Work hard and set your sights on the future and we will work with you to help make your dreams a reality. 

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Wondering what coming to Hebron is really like? 

Get the Inside Scoop from our students and find out what life as a Lumberjack would be like...

Q. What is the teaching style like?
Q. What is the food like?
Q. How much homework do you get?
Q. How much free time is there and what do you do in your free time?
Q. What is the best school spirit event?
Q. What was orientation like and how quickly until you felt like you got to know people?
Q. What’s it like having a roommate?
Q. Are the rules very strict?
Q. How many dances are there and do people like to go?
Q. How cold does it really get?
Q. What are the best things to do on the weekend?
Q. What is the culture around sports?
Q. What’s your favorite class and why?
Q. What’s it like on your best day? How about on your worst day?
Q. What’s the essential “must bring” thing to be sure you have on campus?
Q. Do kids get along or is it cliquey?

Meet The Hebron Academy Admissions Team


 

Contact us via Email

If you would like more information or have questions and are not ready for a call, just send us an email and we'll get right back to you.

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Arrange a Virtual Meeting

Do you have questions?

Contact us to arrange video conference with a member of our experienced Admissions Team 

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Hebron At-a-Glance

1804

Year Founded

250

Students

12

Average Class Size

70%

Students Boarding

5:1

Student-Faculty Ratio

100%

Students going on to college