Founder’s Day 2013 was a time to celebrate both the past
and the future of The Academy. The day was honored with a
Revolutionary drill reenactment, student presentations, luncheon with
keynote address, fine and performing art open studios, an alumni art
show with opening reception, and a live concert in the evening.
In May, two Governor’s seniors will present their research papers on historical subjects of local interest at the Museum of Old Newbury. Jack Norton ’17 and Lia Swiniarski ’17 will present their papers researched and written for their Advanced Placement U.S. History class with Mr. Quigley. See and hear what high school students can make of history by examini […]
A generous gift from Tim and Emily Collins P’18 has enabled The Governor’s Academy to install solar panels on the Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts. The environmental impact of having solar panels on the Wilkie Center is substantial. They will provide a reduced, more stable, and predictable electricity rate while eliminating harmful carbon emissions and […]
Three Governor’s students won National Medals in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Maeve Corbett ‘18 of Beverly, MA won two National Medals for writing - a Gold Medal for her poem, and a distinctive American Voices Award for a personal essay. Maeve is the only student in Massachusetts to earn an American Voices Award for writing this year. Afoma […]