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.
JA'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.
Academy Arts faculty Roseanna Prevost is being featured in Arts Connect at Catamount Arts, a juried exhibition featuring work by 61 member artists from across New England.
The Vermont Agency of Education named two St. Johnsbury Academy seniors Vermont 2017 Presidential Scholars; they are Auguste Benjamin of Peacham and Emily Green of Waterford.
St. Johnsbury Academy boarding students Mario Albaladejo Aguado '17 and Jack Williams '17 pose with some of the gifts collected by St. Johnsbury Academy students, faculty, and staff.
Our Winter Concert will be held on Wednesday, December 14 at 7:00 p.m. at the South Church. It will feature holiday selections from the Hilltones, Chorus, Band, Jazz Band, String Ensemble, and Bell's Angels. The concert is free and open to the public.
As many of you know, our independent schools face a grave threat from the rules being proposed by the State Board of Education. Many of you joined our legislators in writing letters to the Board and to the Inter-Agency Committee on Administrative Rules asking them to revise or withdraw the rules. Your voices were heard, and the Board was asked to take the rules back, do an economic impact study, and get stakeholder input. Now we are being given an opportunity to make our voices heard at a public stakeholder meeting on December 6 in Fuller Hall starting at 6:00 p.m., and I am asking all who support school choice and independent schools to turn out and let your voices be heard. Our students and their families are the primary stakeholders in this case, and I encourage as many as possible to show up next Tuesday night.
The Board of Trustees of St. Johnsbury Academy elected two new board members at their recent meeting: C. Alison Barkley of St. Johnsbury and Paul Simpson '65 of South Burlington, Vermont, and Naples, Florida.
St. Johnsbury Academy will hold a Community Forum on November 15 at 7:00 p.m. in the Stuart Black Box Theater in the Charles Hosmer Morse Center for the Arts.
St. Johnsbury Academy dance students had a unique opportunity to work with a number of dance industry professionals over the last week.
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