Helen A. Arthur Scholarship

SippicanLand Trust

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 2015 and is preferably pursing an education in environmental studies or a related field. Please postmark a completed […] Read more »

ORRJHS Students of the Month


Kevin T. Brogioli, Principal of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School, announces the following Students of the Month for February, 2015: Green Team: Genevieve Grignetti and Ian Friedrichs Orange Team: Madeline Hartley and Logan King Blue Team: Hunter Hanks and Hunter Moreau Red Team: Finneas McCain and Ruth Harris Special Areas: Jillian Higgins and Edward […] Read more »

Student Population Drives ORR Budget


It is not a level service budget per se, if you compare it to last fiscal year, but the FY16 ‘better school budget’ could be considered level service if one takes into account the growing student body at ORR. With class size already a concern of the Old Rochester Regional School Committee, the projected increase […] Read more »

100 Days Dinner


Despite winter weather, senior spring traditions have begun at Tabor Academy. On Monday, March 2, Tabor seniors attended the annual 100 Days Dinner, which marks the beginning of the countdown to graduation. Although its name tells otherwise, the seniors celebrated the beginning of the end of their time at Tabor with even less than 100 […] Read more »

Sweeney Todd Preview


Starting on April 9, the ORR Drama Club will be putting on their final production of the year – an adaptation of the classic musical Sweeney Todd, based on the famous urban legend. The play runs through Sunday, April 12, and as always, is directed by Paul Sardinha. Juniors Kyle Costa and Emily Faulkner play […] 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 »

BWAA Offers Art Scholarships


The Bourne Wareham Art Association has art scholarships available to graduating high school senior art students living in Wareham, Bourne, Buzzards Bay, Onset, Falmouth, Hingham, Brockton, Rochester, Marion, Pocasset, Plymouth, Lakeville, Rehoboth, Taunton, New Bedford, Franklin and Medford who are planning to further their art education. Applications are due by April 1, and applicants will […] Read more »

Academic Achievements


In honor of their outstanding academic achievement, Emmanuel College has named more than 600 students to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2014 semester. To earn a spot on the Dean’s List, Emmanuel students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for a 16-credit semester. Tri-Town students that were named to the […] Read more »

Campus Snow Management


Boston and the surrounding areas have experienced one of the harshest winters in years. These weather patterns have caused Tabor Academy’s administration and Plant Operations to act quickly to ensure the safety and wellbeing of students and campus visitors. Tabor’s Plant Operations has been quick to act after each blizzard that left substantial amounts of […] Read more »

Falmouth Academy’s 27th Annual Science Fair


Falmouth Academy’s Science Fair 2015 brought the scientific community into our halls for our 27th annual celebration of science. One hundred professional scientists from the Woods Hole community and beyond judged this competition, highlighting Falmouth Academy’s signature science program. Scholarships and prizes were awarded to 65 students and more than a dozen students were invited […] Read more »