A Bit of Heaven in Hell Week

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Hell Week. Just the phrase itself is enough to strike fear in the hearts of the members of the Old Rochester Regional Drama Club. It means crunch time, and the cast and crew are working diligently together in order to put crucial finishing touches on this fall’s show, A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare. […] Read more »

Tabor Academy to Host Visiting Artist

Tabor Academy has implemented many new safety features to safeguard crosswalks on Front and Spring Street. One of the new features is a sign on Front Street that reflects your speed and flashes if you are traveling above the 25mph speed limit. Photo by Paul Lopes

Tabor Academy’s Art Department will host Cape Cod potter Joseph McCaffery on campus from Wednesday, November 18 to Friday, November 20. Mr. McCaffery has been a working studio potter for over 30 years. In 1987, he opened Narrowlands Pottery, a live/work studio and gallery in Wellfleet, Massachusetts. At Narrowlands, he has developed a range of […] Read more »

ORRJHS Students of the Month

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Kevin T. Brogioli, Principal of Old Rochester Regional Junior High School, announces the following Students of the Month for October 2015. Green Team: Jacqueline Barrett & Stephen Marsten Orange Team: Emma Gabriel & Benjamin Ritchie Blue Team: Abigail Forcier & Steven Carvalho Red Team: Lindsy Durgin & Andrew Coucci Purple Team: Claire Barry & Cole […] Read more »

Making Thanksgiving Better, One Can At A Time

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Halloween has come and gone, with Jack-o-lanterns and ghosts being replaced with orange and yellow leaves that crinkle beneath boots. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and turkeys everywhere are as nervous as us humans are excited for the holiday. And, although many families gather around tables of cranberry sauce and stuffing, there are many […] Read more »

Tabor Cup Fever Strikes Tabor

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As a boarding school, Tabor students are always searching for new, fun ways to spend their weekends. In the past, there was an ongoing “dorm wars” competition in which different dorms were grouped and competed for prizes. This year, however, a new competition replaced this one – the Tabor Cup. Dorms and day students are […] Read more »

New Student Breakfast

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Change is intimidating, even for those who appear to be fearless. For the transfer students at Old Rochester Regional High School, change meant leaving their friends behind and moving into an entirely new school system, completely unsure about what to expect. These students are on a totally different playing field from the incoming freshmen, who […] Read more »

Special Olympics at Tabor Academy

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Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) is excited to announce its newest Young Athletes program. In partnership with Tabor Academy in Marion, MA, this program will bring developmentally appropriate active play to families in the South Coast region. Special Olympics Young Athletes™ is a unique sport and play program for children with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The […] Read more »

Parents’ Weekend

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Parents’ Weekend is an annual event at Tabor Academy that is greeted with much anticipation and anxiousness. The campus itself looks its best with flowerpots on every path and perfect weather. Many parents arrived on Friday night from all over, traveling across the country or even internationally, to visit their children and learn more about […] 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 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 »

Tabor Focuses on Gender Equality

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This year, Tabor Academy has refocused attention on gender equality and providing equal opportunity for both female and male students. Two years ago, Headmaster John Quirk implemented a system of co-heads of school so that one boy and one girl are selected from the senior class to lead the school each year. Subsequently, Student Council […] Read more »