Tabor a Place of Art, Talent

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It’s pretty easy to recognize and appreciate the talented athletes and scholars at Tabor Academy. Students often watch games in the athletic center or out on the fields, and having classes together demonstrates academic abilities. What is not always as obvious, however, is the incredible artistic talent that also resides at Tabor. Not everyone has […] Read more »

Don’t Stress: Students on Reducing Stress

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The calm serenity of winter break has been replaced by the hectic flurry of responsibility as school kicks back into gear. Clubs are reorganizing after the time off, and classes are slowly getting back into the swing of things. The daily rut has begun again, and the stress of school is already looming over the […] Read more »

Falmouth Academy Head of Schools

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Several area students were named to the Head of School’s List for academic achievement in the first trimester at Falmouth Academy. To be named to the list, students must have earned at least three A’s and no grade below B-minus. The list includes: 12th grade Charlotte Van Voorhis of Mattapoisett 11th grade Oliver Russell of […] Read more »

Winter Break at Old Rochester

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Winter break is a time of rejuvenation, a time to bond with family and friends and start anew as the New Year rolls in to hopeful cheers. For the students of Old Rochester Regional High School, Christmas vacation offers more than just a much-needed break from the constant flurry of activity revolving around school. It […] Read more »

A Concert to Ring in the Holiday Season

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The soothing melodies of Christmas flowed through the high school auditorium on Tuesday as the Old Rochester Music Department held its annual Holiday Concert. The ORR Jazz Combo, Jazz Band, Concert Band, and Chorus were all dressed to impress in black and white, ready to perform the pieces they have been preparing since the beginning […] Read more »

Holiday Season Comes to Tabor

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December often sees students’ stress levels rising: the marking period is ending; teachers are cramming in tests before break begins; seniors are starting to get news from colleges; and many are working on applications. Teachers can get overwhelmed as well: deadlines are tight and there is much to grade and much to do. To remedy […] Read more »

For Debate Team, Practice Makes Better

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On Wednesday evening, not an empty classroom could be found at Old Rochester Regional. The debate team was holding the first debate of the year, with nine schools from the local area attending to compete. When all the debaters and the judges were added up, there were over 400 people at the school participating in […] Read more »

Student Diversity Leadership Conference

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On Wednesday, December 9, six Tabor Academy students and six faculty members went to Tampa, Florida to attend the Student Diversity Leadership Conference. The conference, which spanned Thursday to Saturday, divided the students in attendance into family groups (groups of 60) and within those groups there were home groups (groups of 10). Within these groups, […] Read more »

Elks Student of the Month

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The Elks of Wareham Lodge No. 1548 sponsors the Elks Student of the Month and Student of the Year Awards for students enrolled in local area high schools. The criteria used in nominating a student includes a student who excels in scholarship, citizenship, performing arts, fine arts, hobbies, athletics, church, school and community service, industry […] Read more »

Unseen Updates At Tabor

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Some changes, such as new dorms or the institution of Uncle Jon’s in the Beebe, are easily noticeable and appreciated. These changes should of course be lauded, but they are not the only additions to Tabor Academy. There are many unseen changes that affect Tabor life and the school as a whole that may go […] Read more »