Rail Trail Offers EAVP Students Learning Adventures

By Robyn Boisvert
Rail Trail Offers EAVP Students Learning Adventures

As we enter spring, we take advantage of the Rail Trail by going on scavenger hunts searching for items such as animal prints, snow, ice, bodies of water, mushrooms, pine cones, trees, and more. East Andover Village Preschool uses an emergent curriculum supporting our student’s interest along with developmental needs. Enrollment is now open for […]

Jed Hinkley of Andover at Beijing Olympics

Served as Sports Director for US Nordic

By Scott Allenby
Jed Hinkley of Andover at Beijing Olympics

Proctor Academy alumni are no strangers to the Olympic Games. Five Proctor alums have competed in the Olympics, with many others directly involved in the Games through leadership and support roles.  During this winter’s Beijing Olympics, three Proctor alumni were directly involved in supporting the United States’ efforts. Christine (Toriello) Walshe ‘97 serves as President […]

Woodlands Center Poised to Transform Life Sciences at Proctor

Contractors continue to make progress through winter

By Scott Allenby
Woodlands Center Poised to Transform Life Sciences at Proctor

The Proctor Woodlands Center is a project that has been three years in the making. Through the support of generous donors who understand Proctor’s deep connection to the natural world and surrounding woodlands, this building will transform the life sciences at Proctor. With an estimated completion of July 2022, the Proctor Woodlands Center will be […]

Sixth Through Eighth Grade Students Attend Surprise Spring Fling Dance

First dance in two years due to pandemic

By Kasey Schoch
Sixth Through Eighth Grade Students Attend Surprise Spring Fling Dance

The one thing sixth through eighth grade students have been asking for over the last two years is a dance. It is something that they have always looked forward to and typically happens four or five times each academic year. Students were able to attend an outdoor movie night back in October, but the possibility […]

Spring Book Fair and Art Show are Back at AE/MS

April 18 to April 22; Family Night April 21

By Kasey Schoch

Come celebrate reading! The Andover Elementary/Middle School will be having its Spring Book Fair from Monday, April 18, through Friday, April 22. The book fair is a wonderful way to help children get excited about summer reading. On Family Night on Thursday, April 21, the book fair will have extended hours. It will be a […]

Proctor Academy Spring Athletic Schedule

Andover community is welcome at games

By Scott Allenby

The spring athletic season at Proctor Academy is upon us! We encourage all Andover community members to come check out the lacrosse, baseball, softball, tennis, and cycling action on campus this spring.  Below is a list of scheduled home varsity contests for the month of April. There are no admission charges for any athletic events […]

Andover Student Reflects on Mountain Classroom Experience

On site at Big Bend National Park

By Scott Allenby
Andover Student Reflects on Mountain Classroom Experience

For the first time in its history, Proctor Academy is running all five of its term-long off-campus programs this winter. Four Andover students are studying on these programs this winter: Lily Menard ‘22 (Ocean Classroom), Sasha MacKenzie ‘22 (European Art Classroom), Wesley Koziol ‘22 (Mountain Classroom), and Ani McIntyre ‘23 (Mountain Classroom). In a recent […]

Preschool Students Focus on All Things Green for March

Welcome back to Miss Stephanie!

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Preschool Students Focus on All Things Green for March

Despite the cold New Hampshire has brought us this winter, at East Andover Village Preschool (EAVP) we have managed to get outdoors. Our preschoolers love playing in the snow, from making snow angels and snowmen to sledding down the hill on the playground. Often a teacher will sit at the top to give the preschoolers […]