Tabor Inducts Inaugural Class into Athletic Hall of Fame


This weekend, the inaugural class of former Tabor Academy athletes, coaches, and teams will be inducted into the Tabor Academy Athletic Hall of Fame. These inductees were chosen from many former Seawolves as those who have most left a legacy on Tabor athletics through their leadership, sportsmanship, teamwork, and dedication. The event will commence with […] Read more »

ORRJHS Students of the Month


Kevin T. Brogioli, Principal of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School, announced the following Students of the Month for September, 2016: Green Team: Carey McCollester & Isaiah Andrade Orange Team: Emma Williamson & Evan O’Brien-Nichols Blue Team: Maeve Egger & Ethan Perez-Dormitzer Red Team: Alice DeCicco-Carey & August Ackerman Purple Team: Emma Thorell & Maxwell […] Read more »

No First Time


Upper Cape Tech students will attend the Evan Foundation’s No First Time presentation on Tuesday, October 18 at 12:45 pm in the school’s gymnasium. The presentation provides educational awareness to prevent drug abuse. Statistics show that children are trying drugs at the young age of 13. The consequences can be devastating considering the teen brain […] Read more »

Free Lectures at Tabor This Week


This week, Tabor Academy is offering two free lectures – one on Monday, October 17 and the other on Friday, October 21 – that are open to the public. On Monday, October 17, Tabor’s Science@Work Lecture Series kicks off the year with Marion resident and Woods Hole Oceanographic Scientist, Dr. Michael Moore, presenting his research […] Read more »

National Merit Scholarship Program


Michael C. Devoll, Principal of Old Rochester Regional High School, announced that Colin T. Flynn, Jonathan S. Harris, and Daniel D. Renwick have been named Commended Students in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program. A Letter of Commendation from the school and National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), which conducts the program, will be presented by […] Read more »

Tabor to Host Science at Work Lectures


Throughout the remainder of the year, Tabor Academy will again host “Science at Work” lectures, a series built on the goal of exposing both the Tabor and local communities to scientific leaders from the region and beyond. The series will commence on Monday, October 17, at 6:30 pm at Tabor Academy’s Lyndon South Auditorium with […] Read more »

NHS Received 41 New Inductees


On Friday, September 30, the stage at Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School was set. The chairs were laid out, the lights were up, and the podium stood tall in clear view of the audience. In center stage, a table was decorated with candles and a blue and gold banner reading “National Honor Society.” […] Read more »

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 »