Ben Johnson ’18 (Bow, NH) takes us inside his experience alone in the wilderness Ben Johnson comes to Bridgton Academy from Bow, NH. No stranger to sleeping in a tent (he took a NOLS course in Colorado), Ben knew very well he was in for the challenge of a lifetime when BAXX-Men Director, Ray … Continued
Collin Krauth has been named one of Bridgton Academy’s Triple Threat Award winners for Fall 2017. Each quarter Bridgton Academy selects two to three athletes who have excelled; not only on the playing field, but also in the classroom and throughout the Bridgton Academy community. This award, appropriately named the “Triple Threat Award,” is something … Continued
Welcome to MindBodyWolverine.blogspot. This is a BA Family Wellness Connection Post, written by Amanda Miller, LCSW, who serves as The School Counselor at Bridgton Academy. As the School Counselor, I am committed to partnering with families to foster wellness and growth in the students of Bridgton Academy. This blog is a resource to families of … Continued
Jake Griffin from Kingston, New York is a lineman on the football team. He has big aspirations of taking his game to the Division I level.
Brenden Williams ’17 is from Milan, New Hampshire. Williams is a goalie on the hockey team and was quoted in saying: “The thing that stood out to me was how much guidance I receive at BA…”
Liam Riehs from Holderness, New Hampshire joins the class of 2017. “I chose Bridgton Academy because this one year would give me the opportunity to learn more about myself, improve my grades, and grow both socially and athletically.”
CJ Reid from Irvine, California is a member of the Wolverine Club. CJ is the grandson of George Reid ’67, who was his inspiration behind joining the Class of 2017.
Mitch McCabe joins the Class of 2017 by way of Chelmsford, Massachusetts. Mitch is an infielder on the baseball team.
Declan Donahue joins the Class of 2017 by way of Hanover, Massachusetts. Declan is a pitcher on the baseball team. “Embrace the grind, everyday brings a new challenge.”
William “Gage” Chenard joins the Class of 2017 from right down the road in Windham, Maine. Gage has been quoted by saying “If you want to push yourself to be the best man that you can possibly be, then consider the year that makes the difference.