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Written and compiled by Sarah Gaines Class Notes Summer 2017 Welcome to Bridgton Academy Class Notes, an exclusively digital addendum to the biannual publication of our print newsletter, Bridgton Academy Today! We invite you to read on to see what some of your fellow Bridgton alumni and friends have been up to. Don’t see your … Continued
Written and compiled by Sarah Gaines Class Notes 2016 Welcome to Bridgton Academy Class Notes, an exclusively digital addendum to the biannual publication of our print newsletter, Bridgton Academy Today! We invite you to read on to see what some of your fellow Bridgton alumni and friends have been up to. Don’t see your name? … Continued
Martin J. Mooney has been named Bridgton Academy’s 48th Head of School, completing a six-month, nationwide search to find the right candidate. Mooney will officially assume the position on July 1.
USA Football Master Trainer and Bridgton Academy Interim Head Football Coach Matt Burgess ’88 has implemented, evaluated and monitored Heads Up Football player safety protocols at the Academy. We are also the first postsecondary school to receive such certification.
Tim Rye joins the Bridgton Academy Class of 2017 from Chelsea, in the United Kingdom. Prior to living in the UK, Tim was born in Australia, and he is also a member of the hockey team.
After nine years of leading Bridgton Academy, Headmaster Graydon E. Vigneau, Jr., has announced that he will retire from Bridgton Academy in June of 2017. New Head of School Martin Mooney from the Peddie School (NJ) will be Grady’s successor effective in June 2017.
Brenden Rothwell joins the Class of 2017 from Lynnfield, Massachusetts. Brenden is the Captain of the Wolverine Club.
Amanda Miller, LCSW, Bridgton Academy’s School Counselor, has crafted a fantastic blog to help prepare parents of the incoming members of the Class of 2017 called “How to Prepare Yourself and Your Son for “The Year That Makes The Difference”.
Class of ’07 alumni playing for his share of $1 million. Paris Horne and the Overseas Elite look to win “The Basketball Tournament” for a second year in a row.