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 […]

Proctor Embraces Snow Sports Through Skiing Programs

Proctor Ski Area attracts Alpine teams

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Embraces Snow Sports Through Skiing Programs

When you choose to live in northern New England, you can either complain about the winter weather, or embrace it. At Proctor, we choose to embrace it. With over half of our school (more than 190 students) on snow each winter, Proctor’s love for snow sports remains as deep as it has for almost a […]

Proctor Embarks on a Deep Listening Process

Strategic visioning for the school’s future

By Brian Thomas
Proctor Embarks on a Deep Listening Process

When I first moved to Proctor and to Andover, the question I most often received from folks was, “Are you excited?” Pausing, I would drink the question in for a while, just to get my bearings each time and to see if anything had changed for me.  Each time, after carefully thinking it through, I […]

AE/MS Basketball Teams Thank Michael Jensen

COVID made it a challenging season

The 2021-22 AE/MS Eagles boys and girls basketball teams would like to show our appreciation for Michael Jensen, who was not only the boys coach but also the Athletic Director dealing with all of the scheduling and rescheduling of teams and officials with all the COVID challenges this year. 

AE/MS Boys Basketball Played as a Team Through Challenging Season

Focused on good sportsmanship

By Michael Jensen
AE/MS Boys Basketball Played as a Team Through Challenging Season

The 2021-22 AE/MS Boys Basketball team’s season got off to a strong start in December. The boys practiced their skills, learned the offense, and developed their understanding of playing team basketball. The team faced challenges throughout the season. COVID made practices and games difficult, but the team carried on and had a successful season. The […]

Girls Basketball Completes 11-Game Winning Season

Even the losses were near-wins

By Lauren Koron
Girls Basketball Completes 11-Game Winning Season

The 2021-22 AE/MS Girls Basketball team’s season started in early December as the girls got back into gear, polishing off the rust and working on their skills. They came together as a team, coached by Lauren Koron and Katelyn Churchill. The winter play production prevented full-court practice or any home games at the start of […]

Successful Remote Learning Day at AE/MS Proves Practice Makes Perfect

February 4 was first remote learning "snow" day

By Kasey Schoch

Mention the words “remote learning” to any student, parent, teacher, or administrator and there is a solid  chance that you will receive an eye roll or some other negative reaction.  After all, it didn’t seem to be a very successful “experiment” back in the spring of 2020.  It was nobody’s fault. Nobody involved in the […]

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