ORR Turf Video

ORR Turf is proud to release a two-minute informational video with vivid new images of the current poor conditions of the Tri-Town’s outdoor recreational space at Old Rochester Regional High School. Students are featured in the video talking about the challenges of playing in the poor conditions, and we show what an amazing community area […] Read more »

A Christmas Carol a Christmas Hit

The ORRHS Drama Club ushered in the beginning of the holiday season this past week with four spectacular performances of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol. The show opened last Thursday to an auditorium packed with an audience of friends, family, and other community members eager to see the result of weeks of practice, and none […] Read more »

Academic Achievement

The following local students graduated from Roger Williams University in spring 2016: – Ryan McArdle of Marion earned a B.S. degree in Finance – Scott McDavid of Marion earned a B.A. degree in International Relations Read more »

Holiday Traditions Begin Again at Tabor

In the three short weeks between Thanksgiving Break and Winter Break, the Tabor schedule is filled with many long-lasting holiday traditions for all members of the community. The traditions began on Monday night, when all the seniors were invited to the head of school’s house for a class gathering. Each senior decorated an ornament for […] Read more »

Tabor Boy Arrives in Bermuda

While most of us were enjoying the Thanksgiving holiday with family and friends and taking advantage of some time off, the crew of the S.S.V. Tabor Boy successfully completed the first leg of their journey, arriving at the island country of Bermuda on the morning of November 26. Four mornings prior, on November 22, Tabor […] Read more »

Old Colony Heads to Fall Leadership Conference

This past Sunday, November 20, nine of Old Colony’s SkillsUSA members headed to Marlborough, Massachusetts to attend the annual SkillsUSA Massachusetts Fall State Leadership Conference. By 11:00 am, the group was off, accompanied by their two advisers, Norman L’Heureux and Lindsey Couto. The event was held at the Best Western Hotel, which hosted not only […] Read more »

Elks Student of the Month

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 »

Tech Help Desk an Asset to Students, Staff

New to the high school this year, the Student Technology Help Desk has been a beneficial addition to the educational electives available to students and a helpful resource for staff as well. Led by history teacher Michael Linane, student members from all four grades spend one block of their school day at the help desk […] Read more »

Police Instruct Freshmen on ALICE

This week, Old Colony invited in the Rochester Police Department to perform the annual ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate) training. For the past three years, Old Colony has adopted the ALICE policies to handle an active shooter event. Although the likelihood of such an event is miniscule, the school prides itself on being […] Read more »

Tabor Secures Another New England Championship

Tabor Academy Varsity Football emerged victorious in a duel against St. George’s School on Friday night to secure a New England Championship at home. After four, hard-fought quarters of play and much back-and-forth between the teams, the Seawolves edged out a 49-42 win over the Dragons in the Hugh Caldera Bowl. This matchup was one […] Read more »