Getting to Know the Proctor Community: Ellie Moore

Apr 9, 2023 8:15:00 AM

Each week in the Friday Parent Page, we profile an employee to help the greater Proctor community get to know the individuals make us who we are. Read more about this past week's profile on Ellie Moore, English Department Faculty, Gulick Dorm, Varsity Soccer, Girls JV Lacrosse coach. 

European Art Classroom: Spring 2023 1st Week in Review

Apr 3, 2023 7:32:25 PM
Upon arriving at Aix, we stopped by Paul for our lunch and proceeded to our home for the term. The moment we saw the house, we were fascinated by the gorgeous exterior and interior design. All of us fell in love with the house. 

The Journey: Only Just the Beginning

Apr 3, 2023 1:51:32 PM

Last Friday, we hosted the first of our three Accepted Student Days. Throughout the day, we offered a window into the Proctor community, answering questions, listening, engaging, and connecting with families who listed Proctor as one of their top school choices in the late stages of looking at high schools. Our efforts to share the best of Proctor makes me reflect on a host of important factors in choosing a school, particularly why it is important to remind our accepted students and their families of why they were initially enthralled by Proctor in the first place.

Mountain Classroom: Stretching Comfort Zones

Apr 2, 2023 10:55:22 AM

Proctor’s spring Mountain Classroom program is underway with a recent trip down the Black Canyon just below the Hoover Dam. The group’s nine week adventure throughout the American Southwest, and eventually back to Andover, NH will be life changing for all involved. Read more from Cass ‘23 and Lily ‘23 in their first post of the term. 

Proctor Athletics: Winter 2023 Awards

Mar 30, 2023 12:19:39 PM

As spring sports get underway on campus, we reflect on the winter athletic season and the tireless efforts of coaches, athletic trainers, athletic staff, ski area crew, hockey rink staff, and students, the winter athletic season requires a remarkable amount of energy and commitment. 

Fresh Starts, Mud Season, and Our Why

Mar 29, 2023 2:32:58 PM

Sunshine and blue skies, with temperatures flirting with 50 degrees, is a good reminder that the stubborn New Hampshire winter is gradually releasing its grip on campus. March is an ugly month around these parts, but as we launch the Spring Term, we jump into classes and spring athletic and afternoon programs with excitement and anticipation. It is a chance to start fresh, and an opportunity to reflect on our “why” as a school. Why do we do what we do, in the way that we do it? 

An Anchor in the Wind: Proctor's Purpose

Mar 27, 2023 8:00:00 AM

During an address to the Board of Trustees on October 9, 1971 in Holland Auditorium second year Head of School David Fowler stated, “Proctor has always been more interested in people and their potential than in test scores. We will continue this policy. What we are trying to make clearer is our personality as a school. Every student must understand what we stand for, who we are, and why we are doing what we are doing.”

The Journey: Coming Out of the Darkness

Mar 24, 2023 8:20:11 AM

For Proctor folks, coming out of the winter months and into spring can be the toughest time of the year. The months of January and February tend to be some of the darkest around because of the way the light recedes from dorm rooms and classrooms, making the nights seem excruciatingly longer. Mercifully, with half of the school on snow, getting out into the natural world gives everyone the shot of energy they need to thrive in a climate that seems to be getting more and more mercurial with every passing year. 



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