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Sam Majewski Hometown: Brewster, MA Baseball Goals while at Bridgton Academy: My goals coming into Bridgton were to overall improve my grades and to bring up my GPA from high school. Also on the athletic end, I wanted to get faster, stronger and learn from what Coach Izaryk had to offer. And obviously in the … Continued

Long time Bridgton Academy football coach returns to the sidelines for the Wolverines. Rick Marcella from Waterbury, CT continues his legendary career in New England Football.

(North Bridgton, ME- March 7, 2017)— Bridgton Academy is excited to announce the return of Rick Marcella as Head Football Coach. Coach Marcella, who coached at the Academy for 26 seasons from 1986 to 2012, returns after five years away from North Bridgton. A Waterbury, CT native, Marcella has built a legendary career and resume … Continued

Memorial Gymnasium, here on the campus of Bridgton Academy, was the sight of the annual Dorm Wars Dodgeball Tournament. Six dorms competed in a double-elimination style dodgeball tournament. Being one of two Dorm Wars competitions this year, the dorms were playing even harder for bragging rights. Every year certain dorms are believed to be the … Continued

Check out the Fall 2016 edition of Bridgton Academy Today! Featuring the 2016 Annual Report on Giving, this issue also profiles the incredible career of Peter Gately, and introduces you to Koop Field, our new dedicated baseball complex! Once you’ve finished BA Today, check out the Fall 2016 edition of Class Notes!

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.