Winter Season Wrap-Up

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In the wintertime, everyone – students and faculty alike – looks forward to home games. The impressive performances of all of the athletes provide a spot of excitement in the cold months where snow and frigid temperatures prevent everyone from going outside. Recently, three of these teams made it to playoffs. Boy’s Hockey had an […] Read more »

Bishop Stang Honor Roll

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The following students have achieved honors at Bishop Stang High School for the second quarter: Henry Ucci of Marion, grade 9, First Honors Olivia Ucci of Marion, grade 11, First Honors Christian Paim of Marion, grade 12, First Honors Noah Gowell of Marion, grade 9, President’s List Julia Winters of Marion, grade 9, Second Honors […] Read more »

Healthy Relationship Week


Tabor has long been a place where you learn about much more than just the information you get in a classroom. Tabor teaches you how to relate with adults and skills like time management and responsibility. Recently, however, social issues have also risen to the forefront of community conversation. Brooke Wakeman, joining this movement of […] Read more »

Area Students Recognized at FA Science Fair


The 28th annual Falmouth Academy Science Fair, featuring 165 student projects and a judging panel of nearly 100 scientists, engineers, physicians, researchers and other experts – several of them Falmouth Academy alumni – was held at the school on February 18. The fair was the culmination of five months of independent research on the part […] Read more »

UCT College Fair


Upper Cape Tech welcomes area high school students and their parents/guardians to attend the annual UCT College Fair on Thursday, March 24 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. Approximately 70 colleges, technical schools, and military representatives will be available to meet with interested students about post-secondary opportunities and admissions requirements. Counselors will be present to assist […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


Chloe Seroussi, Marion resident and a student at the prestigious Pratt Institute, was among more than 1,000 students who made the President’s List in the fall 2015 semester. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute students Edward Costa of Mattapoisett and Austin Salkind of Rochester were named to the Dean’s Honor List for the fall 2015 semester. The Dean’s […] Read more »

SATs: Redesigned for the Better?


For juniors and seniors across America, the SAT is quite possibly one of the most important tests they will take as a first step into their college career. Colleges are looking for increasingly higher scores, and the pressure is on to receive the highest score possible. There is one twist this year, though. Upperclassmen are […] Read more »

John R. Pandolfi Scholarships and Summer Study


The Tri-County Music Association is now accepting applications for college scholarships and summer study grants for musicians who live in the tri-county area: Barnstable, Bristol, and Plymouth counties of Massachusetts. Applications can be found at We offer conditional scholarships to students attending a four-year college or university as a music major. Current college students […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Land Trust Scholarship


The Mattapoisett Land Trust again offers the $1,000 Blanche B. Perry, Scholarship, an award offered to a resident senior graduating by June 2016 from secondary school pursuing an education in the study of environmental sciences or a related field, which covers a wide perspective without specializing. The candidate will be able to meet the scholarship […] Read more »

Writing Workshop Turned Drama at Tabor


The winter drama is always an anticipated event, but this year offers a special twist. The play being performed was written by Mark Howland’s creative writing class and features individual scenes created by each member of the class. Following the spectacular musical Thoroughly Modern Millie, this year’s drama, The Workshop, is a smaller, more intimate […] Read more »