Gatorade Names Exodus Ayers Football Player of the Year

First Proctor Academy player to be chosen

By Scott Allenby
Gatorade Names Exodus Ayers Football Player of the Year

In its 38th year of honoring the nation’s best high school athletes, Gatorade today announced Exodus Ayers ‘24 of Proctor Academy is the 2022-23 Gatorade New Hampshire Football Player of the Year.  Ayers is the first Gatorade New Hampshire Football Player of the Year to be chosen from Proctor Academy. The award, which recognizes not […]

Proctor Community Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

A day of workshops, activities, and reflection

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Community Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

On Monday, January 16, Proctor Academy celebrated Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Instead of holding normal classes, the community joined for an all-school assembly, advisory group activities, and an afternoon of service. During the all-school assembly, writer and activist Dariana Guerero shared her lived experiences growing up in Lawrence, Massachusetts and her powerful poetry. During […]

Proctor Invites Spectators to February’s Winter Athletics

Full slate of home games and races

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Invites Spectators to February’s Winter Athletics

Proctor Academy’s winter athletic seasons enter their final month of competition with a full slate of home games and races most Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. All events are open to spectators free of charge. Come out and see some high level hockey, basketball, and skiing in action! Check ProctorAcademy.org/on-campus/athletics for up-to-date game times and locations. […]

Proctor Publishes Winter Athletics Schedules and Spectator Policies

Home games are open to public at no charge

By Scott Allenby

Proctor Academy’s winter athletic season is underway! All home games are open to the public for no charge. Check out a list of December and January varsity home games below: Varsity Boys Basketball: December 9 vs New Hampton School 4:30 PM December 14 vs Brewster Academy 2:30 PM January 11 vs Marianapolis Prep 5 PM […]

Proctor Ski Program Gets Gold Certified Club Recognition; High Honor

"Proctor Academy's identity has been rooted in snow sports."

By Scott Allenby
Proctor Ski Program Gets Gold Certified Club Recognition; High Honor

Since the 1940s and 1950s when all students were required to ski during the winter months, Proctor Academy’s identity has been rooted in snow sports. Today, the school is proud to announce that US Ski and Snowboard has named Proctor Academy a Gold-certified club, the highest honor granted by US Ski and Snowboard. The process […]

Fall Athletic Teams Qualify for Appearance in NEPSAC Tournament

Varsity Football and Girls Varsity Soccer

By Scott Allenby
Fall Athletic Teams Qualify for Appearance in NEPSAC Tournament

After ten weeks of practicing, training, working, and playing, the Fall Athletics season has come to an end for most of Proctor’s teams. For the varsity girls soccer and varsity football teams, their season continues with an appearance in the NEPSAC Tournament. Varsity Football wins NEPSAC Bowl Game for 1st Time in School History! After […]

Proctor Gets a Solid Start to Fall Athletics With Strong Performances

Schedule updates at proctoracademy.org/on-campus/athletics

By Scott Allenby

Proctor Academy’s fall athletic teams are off to a solid start to the fall season. As of October 22, varsity football sits at 3-1, varsity girls soccer is 6-4-1, varsity field hockey 6-3, and varsity boys soccer 3-7-2.  With just a few weeks remaining, teams look to continue their strong performances in the month of […]

Proctor Hosts Annual Fall Art Show; Jazz/Rock Ensemble

November 11, 6 and 7 PM respectively

By Scott Allenby

Proctor’s Visual Arts Department will host its annual Fall Art Show on Friday, November 11, at 6 PM in the Wilkins Meeting House. Student work from woodworking, metal engineering, metal sculpture, studio art, ceramics, and photography will be on display prior to a 7 PM Jazz/Rock Ensemble performance. Both events are open to the public. 

New Proctor Students Complete 52nd Wilderness Orientation

Opportunity to learn about independence

By Scott Allenby
New Proctor Students Complete 52nd Wilderness Orientation

From the earliest moments of parenthood, we learn that life will be filled with contradictions of independence. We simultaneously want our children to stay little forever, and we want them to see the world. Competing emotions weave themselves together into an irreplicable sort of love that helps us find a place like Proctor where our […]

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