DSC_0910

2015 Hebron Academy Cup

Congratulations, Zachary Abisalih ’15 on receiving this year’s Hebron Academy Cup! This highest and most prestigious award is given to that member of the Senior Class who in the opinion of the ...

Closing Convocation-29

Awards for the 2014-2015 Year!

  As part of Hebron Academy’s end of year events, a number of awards are given to bright and exceptional students. Here is a list of the this year’s awards: ...

moosecurtis

FACULTY FEATURE: Mr. “Moose” Curtis

by Darby Tuttle ’16 Many people that visit Maine hope to be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a moose. For the last forty years, students and teachers here ...

Latest News

Class of 2015 Commencement

Class of 2015 Commencement Weekend

Over the beautiful Memorial day weekend, Hebron Academy celebrated commencement, an important rite of passage. We proudly congratulate the class of 2015 in joining the ever-growing family of Hebron Academy alumni. With so many brilliant and creative minds now unleashed into the world, there is no doubt that those of class 2015 will change the world […]

Continue Reading
DSC_0910

2015 Hebron Academy Cup

Congratulations, Zachary Abisalih ’15 on receiving this year’s Hebron Academy Cup! This highest and most prestigious award is given to that member of the Senior Class who in the opinion of the faculty represents the finest spirit of scholastic effort, who has in athletics and all school activities shown a high degree of excellence and who has […]

Continue Reading
Closing Convocation-29

Awards for the 2014-2015 Year!

  As part of Hebron Academy’s end of year events, a number of awards are given to bright and exceptional students. Here is a list of the this year’s awards:   The Milton G. Wheeler Good Fellowship Award is given by George Broudy of the Class of 1929 to honor Milton G. Wheeler of the Class […]

Continue Reading
Berdeja Cortez_Jose Carlos_2016

Meet the 2015 – 2016 Proctors

Jose Carlos Berdeja From: Cahautitan, Mexico Activities: football, music, Heebeegeebees and chorus He wants to be a proctor because “Hebron has done so much for me that I feel it is my turn to give back”.           Nico George From: Roseville, CA Activities: He says he attempts to do hockey and baseball, but […]

Continue Reading

Time to Move On

by Katie Schools ’15 It’s a normal Tuesday morning at Hebron, and I’m walking down the senior path to Sturtevant. Suddenly, a thought hits me. In under a month, I will be gone from this place for good. Once I walk across that stage, get my diploma, and shake hands with Mr. King, I will […]

Continue Reading
spraypaint_banksy

Street Art: More Than Spray Paint

by Makenzie Nainiger ’17 How many times have you seen buildings in your own town painted and designed and covered by spray paint? If you were with your parents, they might have said something along the lines of, “That’s horrible! Why would someone vandalize someone else’s property like that?!” as my parents usually do. While […]

Continue Reading

Get Talking – What interests us

by Krissy Waite ’17 GMOs, genetically modified foods, are created by scientists, not farmers or cooks, who change the natural DNA of the crop to help it withstand certain things like weeds or bugs. There are two types of GMOs: the safe kind where no chemicals are infused into the food and are used to […]

Continue Reading
moosecurtis

FACULTY FEATURE: Mr. “Moose” Curtis

by Darby Tuttle ’16 Many people that visit Maine hope to be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of a moose. For the last forty years, students and teachers here at Hebron have been extremely lucky to have encountered the most special Moose there is: Mr. John “Moose” Curtis. Mr. Moose was born in southern […]

Continue Reading

Boys Varsity B Hockey Week in Review: Jan 18-25

by Noah Berkman After a strong win against Cushing, the Jacks continued to roll in their next four away games. In the first game against New Hampton, Hebron dominated, despite having a handful of penalties. They ended up winning 6-0. On Friday and Saturday, the Jacks took on rival Kent’s Hill and a tough Tilton […]

Continue Reading
YG8A5638

Student Spotlight January 2015: Jon Tuttle

by Sarah Brouwer “Practice clears the head. Complete focus on something beyond words or numbers; it’s exhausting, but it’s like meditation,” Jon Tuttle ‘15 shares about his passion for playing music. “You kind of get swept up into [it], it’s so much larger than life.” Jon began playing the piano at a very young age. […]

Continue Reading
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 32 other followers