Proctor Athletics: Proctor USSA/FIS Season in Review

Apr 23, 2019 3:49:40 PM

Known as the school on skis throughout the 1940s and 1950s, Proctor’s commitment to snow sports has never been more prominent than it is today. Across all on-snow programs, the quality of coaching, access to a privately owned and operated training/race venue, and flexibility of support within Proctor’s academic curriculum has opened doors to experiences past generations of Proctor students could only dream of having at their fingertips. 

Mountain Classroom: Great Sand Dunes and Moab

Apr 23, 2019 11:48:32 AM
Proctor's Mountain Classroom program continues to wind their way through the American southwest with recent stops in Moab, Utah and Great Sand Dunes National Park. Read reflections from Audrey '19 and Bella '20 in this week's Mountain Classroom blog. 

Mike's Notes: Finding the Sweet Spot

Apr 19, 2019 8:24:34 AM

It’s a good time of year to re-read the Robert Frost poem Two Tramps In Mud Time. You know the one. The narrator splitting wood in his yard, the blocks of straight grained beech falling “spinterless as a cloven rock.” The tramps walk by, not too long from having spent time in a logger’s camp, having slept who knows where, and they squint and measure the man by the way he wields the axe. You know the poem.

Proctor Athletics: Varsity Softball 2019 Team Spotlight

Apr 18, 2019 8:43:02 AM

Proctor’s Varsity Softball team has battled cold temperatures, persistent snow, and plenty of rain this spring, but are finally in action. After graduating two seniors off of last year's Lakes Region Championship team, the remaining pieces are back and a some new talent has made this squad an immediate contender for a repeat title. Wednesday’s convincing 8-2 win over league rival, and perennial power, Tilton School, made a statement in the league that the Hornets are back. We caught up with coaches and players for this week’s team spotlight.  

Spring Family Weekend 2019: Ultimate Guide

Apr 17, 2019 10:24:09 AM

The first half of the Spring Term has flown by, and we are thrilled to welcome families to campus this weekend to discuss student growth, share future direction for Proctor Academy, and celebrate the hard work that has gone into the school year thus far. Read on for all the details, schedules, and links you need to make the most of Spring Family Weekend 2019! 

Proctor Alumni: Meredith (Donaldson) Amenkhienan '02

Apr 16, 2019 9:37:24 AM

During the admissions process, we encourage each Proctor student to design his or her own path; to choose courses and experiences that will spark a lifelong love affair with learning. One of the most significant joys of working at Proctor is staying in touch with alumni across the country who are living our motto: Live to Learn, Learn to Live. Meredith (Donaldson) Amenkhienan '02 never thought she would own and operate her own boutique store in Cambridge, Massachusetts, but the Vermont native is now a successful entrepreneur and owner of Forty Winks. Read about Meredith's journey below.  

European Art Classroom: Vienna in Spring

Apr 15, 2019 2:47:01 PM

From the language, to the food, to the architecture, Vienna was vastly different from our normal stomping grounds of Aix-en-Provence. 

Mountain Classroom: Capitol Reef Exploration

Apr 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM

The adventure of a lifetime continues for Proctor's Mountain Classroom spring group, as the ten students and two instructors explore the American Southwest and begin their journey back to New Hampshire. Asher '19 shares this week's blog post on the group's exploration of Capitol Reef National Park. 

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