Coronavirus Update

After thoughtful deliberation, The Academy at Charlemont will begin a period of remote learning from Monday, March 23 through at least Friday, April 17. Though we currently have no confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in our immediate Academy community, this decision was informed not only by our priority to protect the health and safety of […]

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2020 Summer Programs

From painting to 3D printing, to Ultimate Frisbee to making marble mazes or music, we’ve got something for every student seeking summer activity!

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Alums Involved in Socially Responsible Investing

Kudos to alumni Wilder McCoy ’15 (second from right) and Nellie Boyd-Owens ’18 (third from left) for their hard work at Sewanee University of the South in fighting for socially- and environmentally-conscious investing, and for being noticed by The New York Times!

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Class of 2019 College Acceptances

A final note of congratulations and warm wishes to the Class of 2019 as they head off to some of the following colleges and universities (acceptance list follows):
Bard College – Barnard College – Beloit College – Carleton College – Champlain College – College of Saint Rose – College of Wooster

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Commencement 2019

What a glorious graduation day we had, complete with heartfelt, humorous, and passionate reflections from members of the Class of 2019. We congratulate these terrific people, our newest alums, and the now-9th graders in the Class of 2023.

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Classroom Close-Up: Biology

Biology students created experiments to test photosynthesis under various conditions. They made leaf disc samples sink in a buffer solution and then timed how long it took the discs to float as a measure of the rate of oxygen production via photosynthesis under various conditions.

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Sports Recap, Week of May 13

Middle school Ultimate played two games this week. After a tough loss at Bement on Tuesday, the team had a thrilling game on Wednesday against Four Rivers. After fighting back from an early deficit, the team nearly climbed out with a victory but eventually lost 15-10. Charlie P had 9 assists and Julien TC scored […]

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Class Trips, 2019: Grade 12

The seniors enjoyed a blissful couple of sunny, breezy days on Martha’s Vineyard. They visited the cliffs and lighthouse at Aquinnah, learning about the cultural and geological history of a unique part of the island that is the reservation for the Aquinnah Wampanoag, who have lived on the island for over 10,000 years. A stop […]

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Class Trips, 2019: Grade 11

On their trip to DC, the juniors visited the US Capitol (where they met  Congressman Jim McGovern), the Museum of African American History, the US Holocaust Museum, the various monuments and memorials along the National Mall, the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, the National Gallery, the Politico offices, and saw a performance of The […]

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Class Trips, 2019: Grade 10

The sophomore class traveled to New York City where a highlight was a guided visit to the United Nations with the support of the Mary Lyon Foundation.  They also enjoyed Times Square and the Met, visited the 9/11 memorial, and  went to the New York Academy of Art, Mr. Green’s alma mater.

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