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 […]

Proctor Athletics: Local Players Shine in a Successful Fall Season

Boys Soccer posts best school record in 25 years

By Scott Allenby, Proctor Academy
Proctor Athletics: Local Players Shine in a Successful Fall Season

The fall trimester at Proctor saw local students thrive on the athletic fields for the Hornets. With thirty-four Andover residents enrolled at Proctor, 17 of these students competed at the varsity level during the fall season. Proctor’s boys’ varsity soccer team remained a bastion of local talent with 11 of its 19 members as day […]

Proctor Arts: Fall Performances Feature Local Talent

By Scott Allenby, Proctor Academy
Proctor Arts: Fall Performances Feature Local Talent

The end of every trimester provides an opportunity to showcase student artwork and to enjoy performances by jazz/rock, dance and vocal music ensembles, as well as a theater production. Local students played a key role in each of these performances as Ryelle Jenifer ‘20 (dance), Hannah French ‘19 (dance), Hailey Makechnie ‘19 (Jazz/Rock), Tori Braley […]

Wrestling with Privilege

By Scott Allenby, Proctor Academy

Originally published on Proctor Academy’s website on October 24 I was met by pigtail braids bouncing up and down as my daughter sprinted to the door asking me through her gap toothed, kindergarten smile to guess what she learned at school today. Before I could formulate a witty response, she blurted out, “Fair is not […]

Commotion on Fieldhouse Lane

By Henry Bechok, Proctor Academy
Commotion on Fieldhouse Lane

Every day construction equipment continues to flow; a steady stream in and out of Proctor’s campus.  The Farrell Fieldhouse is home to the Proctor Academy basketball courts, fitness center, locker rooms, athletic training room, and athletic equipment room, however, it is getting a brand new look and a new purpose with the addition of seven […]

Proctor Students to Write for Beacon

By Peter Southworth
Proctor Students to Write for Beacon

  Proctor’s first full year journalism class is fortunate to have the support of Editor Steve Foley of the Beacon to develop their writing skills and gain a wider audience for their writing.  In September, Steve came to talk with the class about production of our town paper, ideas for writing, and how Proctor students […]

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