Academic Achievements

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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 »

Bishop Stang Honor Roll

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The following students have achieved honors at Bishop Stang High School for the third quarter: Daqi (Jennifer) Chen, grade 9 of Mattapoisett, President’s List Noah Gowell, grade 9 of Marion, First Honors Henry Ucci, grade 9 of Marion, First Honors Olivia Ucci, grade 11 of Marion, First Honors Maya Dube, grade 9 of Mattapoisett, First […] Read more »

CSL Drive Supports Local Homeless Students

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Every day, there are students across the South Coast who struggle with poverty, and that struggle has an impact on the quality of education for those homeless students enrolled in Massachusetts public schools. A homeless child is nine times more likely to repeat a grade, and homeless children have twice the rate of learning disabilities. […] Read more »

UCCRTS 3rd Quarter Honor Roll

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Delaney Gosse of Marion and Christopher Rogers, also of Marion, both received High Honors for the third quarter honor roll at Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School. Read more »

Head of School Elections

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Student co-heads of school – the two seniors who represent Tabor, make legislation, and serve as a bridge between students and faculty – are the leaders of the school. Ollie Sughrue and MK McIntire, the current co-heads of school, are currently preparing to pass on this power and responsibility to next year’s senior class. Leading […] Read more »

Destination Imagination Heads to Globals

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At this year’s Destination Imagination Global Finals, Old Rochester Regional High School will be represented yet again. The tournament is to be held at the University of Tennessee from May 25-28, during which the ORR team will compete against teams from 38 different countries. Destination Imagination (DI) is a nonprofit organization that aims to encourage […] Read more »

RMS Presents ‘Twelfth Night’ This Friday

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The Rochester Memorial School students will perform William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on April 29 at 7:00 pm in the Rochester Memorial School Cafetorium. Scripted and directed by Danni Kleiman, the students have been working hard on this year’s annual Shakespeare performance. Tickets are $9 at the door or to reserve tickets in advance, please call […] Read more »

Helen A. Arthur Scholarship

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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 »

Silent for a Cause

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On Thursday, April 21, Tabor Academy’s Gay Straight Alliance hosts the annual Day of Silence. The Day of Silence is a national event started by GLSEN (the Gay Lesbian and Straight Education Network) that is designed to show support for members of the LGBT community who feel they need to keep part of their identity […] Read more »

Elks Student of the Month

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The Elks of Wareham Lodge No. 1548 sponsors the Elks Student of the Month and Student of the Year Awards for the 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, […] Read more »