Proctor Welcomes 107 New Students

Seven new Andover students enrolled

By Scott Allenby, Proctor Academy

Proctor Academy remains a school in high demand within the boarding school market  school year as its Admissions Team enrolled 107 new students. Proctor’s educational model focused on experiential learning, an integrated Learning Skills program, and five term-long off-campus programs continues to draw families from around the country (and globe), including representatives from 25 states and 13 countries for the upcoming year.
New students will arrive by September 4 before spending five days camping and hiking in the White Mountains as a part of Proctor’s Wilderness Orientation Program. Since 1971, Proctor’s orientation pairs new students with seven other incoming students and two faculty members for a five day backpacking trip on various routes in the mountains of New Hampshire. Throughout the five days hiking and camping, new students learn school rules and expectations while building relationships with their new classmates and teachers. Best of luck to these Andover residents as they head out onto Wilderness Orientation, 2018 and begin their Proctor experience:
Lilly Carlson ‘22
Maura Kelly ‘22
Wes Koziol ‘22
Sasha MacKenzie ‘22
Brynne Makechnie ‘22
Lily Menard ‘22
River Turnbull ‘22