Seniors Harper (Hoke) Wallace and Benjamin Lahey were selected as Finalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship Competition.
St. Johnsbury Academy senior Alex Lawson was the girls' co-champion at the three-day Eastern High School Nordic Championships held over the weekend.
St. Johnsbury Academy's speaker at the school's 174th Commencement taking place on Monday, June 5th, will be Senator Bernie Sanders.
St. Johnsbury Academy recently received formal recognition of its Continued Accreditation by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges in the form of a letter from the organization. The letter verifies that SJA passed its accreditation visit and remains a NEASC-accredited school.
Gatorade today announced [Sophomore] Sadie Stetson of St. Johnsbury Academy as its 2016-17 Gatorade Vermont Girls Basketball Player of the Year.
Rosie Prevost, chair of the SJA Fine Arts department, will be featured in a solo show called Under the Surface at Catamount Arts from March 18 until April 29.
Dr. Rowena He, a Professor of History at St. Michael's College, will speak on Thursday, March 9 at 7:00 p.m. at the Stuart Black Box Theater.
The Northeast Kingdom ruled on the second day of the Vermont state Nordic championships.
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital's Gray Gallery introduced a new exhibition on Feb. 13 featuring many works by our art students.
St. Johnsbury Academy Fine Arts students won a total of 44 regional art awards in this year's Scholastic Art & Writing competition, the most of any independent school in Vermont.
In Math Madness, the nation's premier on-line mathematics competition, the Academy Math Team ranks 33rd in the entire United States; 4th among New England boarding schools, and is the top school in northern New England.
SJA's Faculty Speaker Series welcomes a special guest speaker: professor, writer, and voice actor, Phil Holland, who will present a talk entitled "Moses, MOMIX, and More," just days after the MOMIX performance at Lyndon Institute. The talk will take place on Monday, February 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the Fireside in the Library at Mayo Center on the St. Johnsbury Academy campus. Holland will also be visiting classes as a guest teacher prior to his talk.
From the Caledonian-Record: Junior Katherine Cowan and senior Ian Clough combined to win seven individual events and the Hilltopper boys and girls swept the team titles...
SJA Junior Quinn Nelson Mayo of St. Johnsbury won the 2017 State of the Union essay contest sponsored by Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders.
Twenty-five SJA creative writing students participated in the first of two day-long workshops this week, facilitated by professional actor and playwright Ethan Bowen of the Flynn Center's Vermont Young Playwrights Project.
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