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.
Three rising seniors have been on the Govs campus the past six Fridays working alongside engineering teacher Marcus Soule on a special project. Kyra Steck ’18, Nathan Bargman ’18, and David Wilson ’18 have been working under the guidance of Soule to build a beehive monitoring system. The apparatus, built through wiring, soldering and coding, will have the ab […]
On Sunday, May 28, The Governor’s Academy held its 254th Commencement exercises and watched yet another class of graduates make the jump over the wall. The jumping of the wall, where graduates literally jump over the wall behind the Mansion House, has been our tradition since the 1950's and continues to be a treasured and significant ritual for each gra […]
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 […]