Author: Patty McIlvaine

The Thetford Academy Drama Department is proud to present the hit musical, Godspell, May 19-21.  Originally written and performed in the 1970’s, Godspell has been updated for a modern audience with contemporary references and exciting new musical arrangements.   Godspell was the first major musical theater work from three-time Grammy and Academy...

Engineers from the Vermont Agency of Transportation were on campus this month to lend their expertise to TA students embarking on a bridge-building unit. AOT's Fianna Barrows PE, Structures Design Engineer, joined Tony Strat-Cortez's Physics class to present on different design techniques for building strong bridges and the variables that...

TA's baseball season opened Saturday with the varsity boys' decisive 11-1 win vs. the Windsor Yellowjackets. Benjamin Rosenberg from the Valley News reported that the team played well together right out of the gate: "Coming off three straight trips to at least the VPA Division III semifinals, the Thetford Academy...

On Tuesday, April 18, from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m., Thetford Academy will host a community conversation about substance use prevention for teens. “How to Talk So Kids Will Listen” is based on the educational sessions from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration's “Talk. They Hear You.” campaign and...

TA senior Madi Mousley was recently awarded the Vermont Basketball Coaches Association's inaugural Eric Ward Memorial Scholarship for Division III and IV. The scholarship, named in memory of Thetford Academy's longtime varsity girls basketball Coach Eric Ward, recognizes a "female student athlete who is a team player, displays good sportsmanship,...



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