Annual Bridge of Flowers Race

We’re so grateful to the runners and volunteers who helped support The Academy as a charity partner for the 2017 Bridge of Flowers Road Race.  Kudos and congratulations to all runners and walkers, and especially to our own Eli Catanzaro for taking 3rd place in the 3K run for his age group. Special thanks to […]

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Fall Exhibition of Student Work & Benefit Dinner

This year’s Fall Exhibition will take place on November 13 at 6:15 PM and feature the work of Academy seniors, as well as 9th grade Biology projects and 8th grade Health projects. There will be a benefit dinner at 5:15 PM. The student group hosting the dinner will be announced. Be prepared to enjoy a […]

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Welcome Kimberly Overtree to The Academy

We are excited to announce that Kimberly Overtree will be joining our math and theater departments next fall. Kimberly has fifteen years of experience teaching courses that range from Algebra 1 to Calculus at Rivers School in Weston, MA, The Ethel Walker School in Simsbury, Connecticut, and Mohawk Trail Regional High School. Kimberly also has […]

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Class Trips: Grade 12

The seniors enjoyed their trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Seizing upon the opportunity to relax after their senior projects were turned in, the Class of 2017 stayed in Edgartown, with easy access to a range of in-town activities. Students shopped for their own groceries in preparation for a potluck meal together, which closed out a beautifully sunny […]

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Class Trips: Grade 11

The juniors visited sites in Concord, Boston, and Salem. Day one was spent in Concord at Walden Pond (where Henry David Thoreau was inspired to write Walden), The Old North Bridge (where the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired), The Old Manse (a National Historic Landmark that became the center of Concord’s political, […]

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Class Trips: Grade 10

The sophomores arrived in New York mid-afternoon on Thursday, and after dropping off our bags at the Vanderbilt YMCA, we headed to the United Nations for a guided tour. We then had the opportunity to visit Mr. Green’s alma mater, the New York Academy of Art, where were given a tour of the entire building. […]

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Registration

All students are asked to come to campus during Registration on August 28 between 2 and 5 PM. The process takes approximately one hour, so students should plan to arrive by 4:00 at the latest. Your experience will be expedited if you arrive with your Registration packet filled in already. Incoming 7th graders are encouraged […]

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Class Trips: Grade 9

After a smooth and beautiful ferry ride, the ninth grade learned about the 18th century naturalist and astronomer Maria Mitchell from one of the association’s historians, took an informative walking tour of Nantucket, and were treated to a great dinner that included some locally sourced foods. We enjoyed a spectacular beach sunset then went to […]

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Class Trips: Grade 8

The eighth graders set off to explore Eastern Mass in connection with their studies in literature and civics. We started off with a personal Q&A with Senator Hinds and followed it with a visit to the Edward Kennedy Institute where students, playing roles as US senators, walked legislation through from inception to becoming a law. […]

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