Sally Schantz Hapenney, 82, of North Bridgton died Saturday December 16, 2017 after a short illness. Sally was born July 6, 1935 in Berwyn, Illinois, the daughter of Worth and Ruth Hamilton Schantz. She lived in Riverside, IL. until 1942 when her family, including her grandfather Orpheus Schantz, moved to Red Bank, New Jersey. Sally … Continued
In the News
MILTON, MA – Two touchdown passes from Joe Bernard (Bishop Brady HS, NH) were not enough for the Wolverines to overcome as Bridgton Academy dropped its season opener to the Curry College JV 20-14 in Milton on Sunday. Trailing 7-0 midway through the 2nd quarter, Bernard connected with WR Johnny Rosario (Thornton Academy, ME) on … Continued
Chris Webb, Bridgton Academy’s Chief Enrollment and Advancement Officer, has been named to the Board of Directors for the Independent Schools Association of Northern New England (ISANNE). The 11 member ISANNE Board of Directors is the organization’s governing body. ISANNE, founded in the 1970’s, currently has a membership of 62 schools, which employ over 2700 … Continued
NEPSAC Class AAA honorable mention earned by Bobby Planutis and Jack Lesure.
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.
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.
Saturday, August 27th is the official opening of Bridgton Academy’s 209th academic year. There are a few new faces on staff for the Class of 2017, including former lacrosse coach Matt Nutley who returns after 12 years of coaching.
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.
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