BA News

Thomas Marhoffer (Scituate, MA) has been named one of Bridgton Academy’s Triple Threat Award recipients for Early Winter 2018. Each quarter Bridgton Academy selects two to three athletes who have gone above and beyond – not only on the selected playing field, but also in the classroom and throughout the Bridgton Academy community. This award … Continued

Bridgton Academy Head Baseball Coach and Director of Athletics and Athletic Recruitment Aaron Izaryk appeared on “The Best Ever You” podcast. You can hear Coach Izaryk speak about his journey, from the suburbs of Toronto, Canada, to the University of Maine and finally Bridgton Academy. Coach Izaryk, a four-year baseball player for the Black Bears, … Continued

Martin Mooney joined Bridgton Academy as Head of School in June, 2017, bringing a wealth of experience to the position, having served many roles in the classroom and on the athletic field during his twenty-five year run as a teacher, coach, and administrator in the independent school community. Mr. Mooney earned his Bachelor’s Degree from … Continued

Written and compiled by Sarah Gaines Class Notes Autumn/Winter 2017-18 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

Academy selects Hampshire Development Corp to renovate historic dormitory on North Bridgton campus NORTH BRIDGTON, ME – After an extensive search, Bridgton Academy has selected Hampshire Development Corporation of Exeter, New Hampshire, to conduct a major renovation project on Cleaves Hall, Bridgton Academy’s largest dormitory. Scheduled to begin on January 24, the work will be … Continued

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

Bridgton Academy Alumni rank study hall very highly when they are asked about the most beneficial aspects of their BA experience. In the thick of it, current students may feel that study hall is both a curse and a blessing. It is helpful because it provides focused time to get the work done, and to … Continued

 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

Antonio Terceros-Downey 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 gone above and beyond – not only on the selected playing field, but also in the classroom and throughout the Bridgton Academy community. This award is appropriately named … Continued

Gavin Admirand 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 gone above and beyond – not only on the playing field, but also in the classroom and throughout the Bridgton Academy community. This award is appropriately named the … Continued