Academic Achievements


Evan Gillis of Marion was named to Emerson College’s Dean’s List for the spring 2016 semester. Gillis is majoring in Marketing Communications. The requirement to make Emerson’s Dean’s List is a grade point average of 3.7 or higher. On Sunday, May 8, Isabel Grover of Marion graduated from Emerson College. Grover earned a BA in […] Read more »

ORRHS Term 3 Principal’s Honor Roll


The following students have achieved honors for the third term at Old Rochester Regional High School: Highest Honors, Grade 9: Elsie Buckley, Julia Cabral, Sara Campopiano, Alexandra Fluegel, Ian Friedrichs, Adrian Gleasure, Amelia Isabelle, Nolan LaRochelle, Rosemary Loer, Michaela Mattson, Claire Noble Shriver, Avery O’Brien-Nichols, Vanessa Ortega, Harrison Riley, Geneva Smith, Gates Tenerowicz, Lily Youngberg; […] Read more »

29 Who Shine

Megan Pierce headshot

Megan E. Pierce of Rochester represented Fitchburg State University when the state Department of Higher Education saluted 29 Who Shine on Monday, May 9 at the Statehouse. The ceremony paid tribute to one graduating senior from each of the state’s 29 campuses of public higher education. An interdisciplinary studies major, Pierce has been a standout […] Read more »

ORR Inducts 54 New Members Into NHS


On Tuesday, May 3, the National Honor Society (NHS) held its annual induction ceremony at Old Rochester Regional, where 54 new members were inducted into the NHS. The ceremony was named in the memory of Dana Dourdeville, an Old Rochester alumnus who graduated in 2011 and began college at Brown University. He passed away in […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences graduated 88 new veterinarians at Gallagher Iba Arena on May 6. Among those earning a DVM degree was Stasia Sullivan, a research scholar from Mattapoisett. Sullivan is the daughter of Jeffrey Sullivan of Mattapoisett and Jeanne Furlani-Sullivan of Fairhaven. Read more »

Conan Leary Chosen as New Athletic Director


The end of the school year marks many goodbyes, including the loss of Mr. Muther, Tabor’s director of athletics. Dick Muther’s choice to leave Tabor after living and working here since 1984 is no doubt a sad one, but the future of Tabor athletics remains secure in the capable hands of Conan Leary. Numerous candidates […] Read more »

Tabor Arts on Display in May


Tabor Academy has several performances this month as the school year winds to a close. The public is invited to join in the celebration of achievement these performances represent. Every year, the month of May brings a ton of talent to Tabor’s stages – our actors perform Spring One Acts in the Black Box over […] Read more »

Hidden in Plain Sight


If you are raising a child, this is an opportunity you do not want to miss. The Bourne Substance Free Coalition, sponsored by the Bourne High School Nye Enrichment Grant, will be hosting a free program called Hidden in Plain Sight at Upper Cape Tech on Thursday, May 12 from 5:00 to 8:00 pm and […] Read more »

Senior Projects


One of the highlights of Tabor Academy’s spring season is always the senior project presentations. This year, a group of seniors spent much of the second semester working to develop new skills, create something, or test out new activities. Soon, their final products will be unveiled, but there is a lot that happens behind the […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


The Association of Private Enterprise Education recognized Marion’s Margaret Tracy (’16) with second place in the Undergraduate Research Competition. Prizes for the contest were awarded on April 5, 2016 at The Association’s International Conference held in Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring keynote speaker Dr. John B. Taylor of the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. The Undergraduate […] Read more »