Tri-County Music Association Scholarship


The Tri-County Music Association wishes to congratulate the 2016 recipients of the John R. Pandolfi Scholarship. Since 1962, the Tri-County Music Association has been working hard to bring quality music to the community and to assist local youth in achieving dreams of doing the same. Proceeds from ticket sales and generous donations are distributed annually […] Read more »

Tabor Academy Accepted into Independent School League


Last week, Tabor Academy accepted an invitation to join the Independent School League (ISL), the oldest and one of the most competitive independent school athletic associations in the country. The school will officially join the league in the fall of next school year. The ISL was founded in 1948 as the “Private School League,” with […] Read more »

Yaeger Music Scholarships Awarded

Music Notes

In the 53rd year of the Clement L. Yaeger Music Scholarship, the Committee is pleased to announce two awards to help talented music students further their education in music performance, music education or music therapy at the undergraduate or graduate college level at an accredited institution. We respect and admire the dedication of our Chairperson, […] Read more »

Tabor to Host 4th Annual Day of Service


For the past four years, Tabor Academy has held a Day of Service, an event that has allowed the entire Tabor community to interact with Southcoast communities in a more direct and personal manner than ever before. On Wednesday, September 28, the entirety of the student body and faculty – roughly 600 people – will […] Read more »

What Makes a Vocational School?


What makes a school a vocational school? The answer is simple – ‘shop’. Shop is the blessed two weeks when a vocational student is allowed to practice and learn in their field of choice. This week, the freshmen got their first taste of the hands-on learning offered by Old Colony’s many shops. Feelings of excitement […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


Hunter Patrick of Marion was among 65 other cadets in Romeo Company at The Citadel that were recognized for their outstanding academic achievements and peer leadership during the 2015-16 school year earning the 2016 Pearlstine Award. The Milton A. Pearlstine Award is presented annually by The Citadel Alumni Association in honor of Milton A. Pearlstine, […] Read more »

Sippican Adopts Parent Outreach Program


The Marion School Committee and two teacher leaders hope that a new parent outreach program called ANCHOR will connect the school and families who otherwise might not be inclined to visit or participate in school events. Teachers Lisa Dix and Lisa Horan presented the school committee with an outline of the program that aligns with […] Read more »

Committee Favors Fewer Meetings


It did not take much convincing on September 12 for the Mattapoisett School Committee to acquiesce to the school administration’s proposal to consolidate meetings and switch to an every-six-weeks meeting schedule instead of meeting once a month. With very little discussion and relatively few questions, the school committee members unanimously agreed that the proposal was, […] Read more »

Tabor Preseason Starts Under New Leadership


For the first time in two decades, Tabor Academy has started preseason athletics under the direction of a new athletic director. The position was taken over by Conan Leary, a Tabor graduate from the class of 1997, who was chosen for his excellence and enthusiasm in his numerous roles in the Tabor community throughout his […] Read more »

Week One at Old Colony


On Tuesday, August 30, Old Colony was once again filled with new and old faces of both faculty and students. Over the months-long summer break, the school administration has been working hard to begin enacting new policies for the school year. Buses will now drop students off by the cafeteria. Over the summer, new walkways […] Read more »