AE/MS Returns to Greater “Normalcy” Despite COVID Challenges

Masks required indoors, but no distancing

By Dennis Dobe

It has been a very busy and productive fall and winter here at AE/MS.  Despite the many challenges and complications presented by the pandemic (the greatest of which is the disruption caused by COVID-related student and staff absences), I am pleased to announce that we are doing very well at AE/MS.  Amazingly, we find ourselves […]

Students Eagerly Embrace In-School Enrichment Clubs

Students have choice of clubs or recess

By Kasey Schoch

One of the things that was greatly missed during the COVID shutdown of 2020, as well as during the hybrid schooling model that was in place last year, were extracurricular activities and social events.  Knowing this, and wanting to make up for so much lost time, the specialist team at AE/MS (Alex Ager, Alex Bramley, […]

Preschoolers Watch Pavers at Work from School Window

Press release
Preschoolers Watch Pavers at Work from School Window

Happy New Year from East Andover Village Preschool! Some of our favorite learning experiences from 2021 included our enthusiasm to explore nature, coming together during circle time for group conversations, and expressing our love of the seasons through art. As we closed out the year, we celebrated the holidays, learning about different customs and traditions. […]

Women’s Foundation Recognizes Sarah Morgart ’22

Focus on work of suffragist Mary N. Chase

By Scott Allenby
Women’s Foundation Recognizes Sarah Morgart ’22

In October, Proctor senior Sarah Morgart ‘22 presented a portion of her Academic Concentration capstone project during the dedication of the National Votes for Women Trail marker installed on Proctor’s campus in honor of former faculty member Mary N. Chase.  Sponsored by the National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites, the National Votes for Women Trail […]

Proctor’s Fall Ocean Classroom Completes Voyage

Winter Ocean Classroom being planned

By Scott Allenby
Proctor’s Fall Ocean Classroom Completes Voyage

For nine weeks this fall, 22 Proctor Academy students voyaged aboard the schooner Harvey Gamage along the eastern seaboard of the United States. While unfortunate weather patterns prevented the voyage from heading to the Caribbean as originally planned, the student crew had a life-changing experience as they studied Marine Biology, Maritime Literature, and Navigation and […]

Proctor Teams Earn Places in New England Tournament

Qualifying for tournament is a big goal

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Teams Earn Places in New England Tournament

Proctor’s fall varsity athletic teams combined for a 32-16-5 record, with both varsity girls’ soccer and varsity field hockey earning berths in the New England Preparatory School Athletic Conference (NEPSAC) Class C Tournament. Varsity football and varsity boys’ soccer both narrowly missed bids to the tournament, as well, marking the first time in recent history […]

Proctor Academy Winter Athletic Season Schedule

Spectators allowed to watch in person

By Scott Allenby

Proctor Academy’s winter athletic season is underway, and for the first time in nearly two years, spectators will be allowed to watch hockey and basketball games. All spectators must be masked, however, while observing games. Check out a list of December and January varsity home games below: Varsity Boys Basketball December 1, St. Paul’s School, […]

Proctor Acknowledges AE/MS’s Work with $5,000 Gift

Strong show of support for Andover community

By Scott Allenby

Proctor is fortunate to have opportunities to contribute to the community in ways that advance and strengthen the relationship between Proctor and Andover Elementary/Middle School. Proctor is excited to further that relationship with a gift of $5,000 to AE/MS in support of the important work begun in 2017 providing middle school mental health counseling and […]

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