On Wednesday, September 28th, Bridgton Academy is proud to announce that it will be hosting our second annual College Fair. With over 50 schools slated to come to campus, students will be able to research schools they might not have had the opportunity to get to visit, and begin to start the college process.

Jaime Izaryk, Director of College Counseling, is excited about this opportunity for the Class of 2017: “We are so happy to be hosting the second annual Bridgton Academy College Fair. With over 50 schools attending from the United States and Canada, this is a great way for our students to hit the ground running with the college search process. It is so valuable for our students to start making connections with admissions counselors and finding programs that fit their unique college interests. The face to face interactions that our guys will have is extremely beneficial to both the college and the student in the admissions process.”

The College Counseling Office provides feedback, support, and guidance in the postgraduate process. We create opportunities through individualized planning, greater understanding, and collaboration.

Attending Colleges and Universities include:

Assumption College

Bishop’s University (CAN)

Bryant University

Castleton State College

Cazenovia College

Colby-Sawyer College

Concordia University (CAN)

Curry College

Daniel Webster College

Dickinson College

Elmira College

Endicott College

Franklin Pierce University

High Point University

Hobart and William Smith Colleges

Husson University

Ithaca College

Johnson and Wakes

Johnson State College

Keene State College

Lasell College

Lynn University

Maine Maritime Academy

Marist College

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Merrimack College

New England College

Nichols College

Norwich University

Plymouth State University

Roanoke College

Saint Anselm College

Saint Joseph’s College of ME

Saint Michael’s College

Salve Regina University

Seton Hall University

Southern New Hampshire University

Springfield College

St. Lawrence University

Suffolk University

Thomas College

University of Maine

University of Maine, Farmington

University of Massachusetts, Amherst

University of Massachusetts, Boston

University of Massachusetts, Lowell

University of New England

University of New Hampshire

University of Southern Maine

Wentworth Institute of Technology

Western New England University

Wheaton College