Academic Achievements


Phillips Exeter Academy is delighted to share that the following Tri-Town student has achieved academic honors during the winter 2016 term. Ty A. Deery, grade 10, of Mattapoisett earned Honors for the winter 2016 term. To qualify for the honor roll, students must maintain an overall average of B, or a grade between 8.0-8.9 on […] Read more »

Our Sisters’ School Visits Tabor


Tabor Academy has the unique privilege of being located on the waterfront. This position allows for a lot of exploration of the local marine ecosystems as well as a lot of sailing opportunities. When welcoming visitors, the waterfront and all of the exciting prospects that it provides is a wonderful introduction to campus and a […] Read more »

GSA: A Safe Place For Any Student


This past week at Old Rochester Regional High School, the stress was almost tangible. Third term ended on Tuesday, April 5, and students pushed through the final stretch, taking tests and quizzes teachers wanted to get in before the end of the term, finishing uncompleted homework, and making sure all their work was in and […] Read more »

Falmouth Academy Head of School’s List


Falmouth Academy has announced its Head of School’s List for academic achievement in the second trimester. Students named to the list have earned at least three A’s and no grade below B-minus for the trimester, which ended March 4. Charlotte Van Voorhis, grade 12, of Mattapoisett Oliver Russell, grade 11, of Mattapoisett Eliza Van Voorhis, […] Read more »

Semi-Formal and TASC Updates


Tabor Academy Student Council, or TASC, in addition to writing legislation, working with the administration, and instituting programs, is in charge of planning and running many school events. One of the most anticipated events is the annual semi-formal dance, which the junior class throws for the upperclassmen. While larger events like prom are exclusive to […] Read more »

Sippican Students Fundraise for South Sudan


Sixth graders at Sippican Elementary School set an ambitious goal to raise $1,000 for the organization Water for South Sudan. WFSS is a nonprofit organization that drills wells for villages in Africa suffering from horrid droughts or bacteria-infested water. Sippican has joined many other schools in the “Iron Giraffe Challenge.” This challenge will help to […] Read more »

ORR Class of 1979 Alum


A reunion of the ORR class of 1979 is being planned for Saturday, July 16 during Harbor Days weekend. We are compiling a contact list. Please share your contact information or anyone you are in contact with from the class of ’79 to or mail to DBW, P.O. Box 771, Mattapoisett, MA 02739. Please […] Read more »

Tabor Students Recognized in the Ceramic Arts

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The National Council on Education of the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) is the leading academic organization relating to the field of ceramic art in the country. NCECA’s membership is nearly five thousand strong and includes artists, educators, historians, scientists, students, dealers, and collectors all of whom share a deep interest in the field of ceramics. The […] Read more »

SLT Scholarship Opportunity


The Sippican Lands Trust is seeking applicants for its “Helen A. Arthur Scholarship.” A monetary award of up to $1000 is available to a Marion resident who is a graduating senior from any secondary school by June 2016 and is preferably pursing an education in environmental studies or a related field. Please postmark a completed […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


Megan Daher and Rachel Brown, both of Rochester, Massachusetts, were named to the dean’s list at Quinnipiac University for the fall 2015 semester. To qualify for the dean’s list, students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 with no grade lower can C. Full-time students must complete at least 14 credits in […] Read more »