Andover’s Vienna Marcus ‘20 Elected School Leader

By Scott Allenby
Andover’s Vienna Marcus ‘20 Elected School Leader

Each year, Proctor Academy’s students and faculty elect a school leader and assistant school leader to serve as representatives of the student body. For the 2019-2020 academic year, Andover’s Vienna Marcus ‘20 has been chosen to serve as School Leader. Vienna and classmate Hitch Graham ‘20 will attend weekly faculty meetings, sit in on disciplinary […]

A Taste of Proctor’s Off-Campus Programs

By Scott Allenby
A Taste of Proctor’s Off-Campus Programs

Thirty Proctor Academy students will study off-campus this fall. More than 90 over the course of  the year, and roughly 85% of all graduating students will have the opportunity to study abroad. All five of Proctor’s off-campus programs (Ocean Classroom, European Art Classroom, Mountain Classroom, Proctor en Segovia, and Proctor in Costa Rica) are transformative, […]

Proctor Athletics September Schedule

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Athletics September Schedule

Proctor Academy’s athletic season will soon be underway. All home games are open to the public and are free of charge. Check out the schedule of home games below for Proctor’s varsity teams, and hope to see you on the sidelines!  Varsity Football: 9/14 vs Nobles & Greenough at 1:00 PM 9/21 vs Portsmouth Abbey […]

The Responsibility of Independence

By Scott Allenby
The Responsibility of Independence

Originally published on www.proctoracademy.org on July 5, 2019 Spending the 4th of July in Andover, New Hampshire should be a prerequisite to understanding the value of small town living. Our little town of 2,000 people bursts at the seams as thousands of visitors flock to the village green in the heart of Proctor’s campus for […]

New Faculty & Staff at Proctor Academy

By Scott Allenby

Just as the annual influx of new students energizes the Proctor community each fall, so, too, do new faculty and staff. This year, Proctor welcomes twelve new hires to the community, with two more hires expected before the start of the school year. Learn more about these new faces below, and welcome them to Andover […]

Proctor Welcomes 130 New Students

By Scott Allenby

On September 3, Proctor Academy will welcome 130 new students to campus for the 2019-2020 academic year. This group of new students hails from 11 different countries and 20 different states, and includes an incredibly diverse set of talents. From soccer players to hockey players to artists to a professional opera singer, the passions that […]

Andover Graduates From Proctor Announce College Plans

Andover Graduates From Proctor Announce College Plans

The following Andover residents, who are graduating from Proctor Academy, have announced their college plans. Matthew Bent, University of New Hampshire Hannah French, Central Connecticut State University Amanda Hinds, Colgate University Julian King, Hartwick University Ezra Jenifer, Wesleyan University Britta Johnson, University of Victoria (British Columbia) Hailey Makechnie, Bentley University Nelson Makechnie, Brigham Young University […]

Andover Athletes to Compete at the Next Level

By Scott Allenby
Andover Athletes to Compete at the Next Level

Each year, roughly 20% of the graduating class at Proctor Academy goes on to compete at the collegiate level athletically. This year’s class follows that trend as more than twenty graduates have committed to NCAA Division 1 and 3 programs. Among those college bound athletes are three Andover natives: Hannah French, Ezra Jenifer, and Ryan […]

Proctor Hosts Spring Innovation Night

By Scott Allenby

Each spring, Proctor’s teachers host an Innovation Night as a public showcase of the academic work taking place in various classrooms. This year’s Innovation Night took place on Tuesday, May 21 in the Farrell Field House as students from Economics, Engineering, AP Environmental Science, AP Human Geography, Introduction to Literature, and World History classes showcased […]

Proctor Academy’s Unsung Hero of Heat

By Eric Nemirovsy, Proctor Academy Student
Proctor Academy’s Unsung Hero of Heat

As we enter the heart of winter, the previously dormant smokestack of the Walt Wright Biomass Plant has begun spewing vapor again, and Proctor Academy will rely on Dana Newton to ensure we all receive heat. If you are ever looking for Dana, the first place you should check is the biomass plant. On top […]

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