Academics


Seventh grader Michael Fernandez out-spelled thirteen 7th and 8th graders to win Thetford Academy's fifth annual spelling bee, organized by English teachers Joe Deffner and Ray Chapin. Michael won on the twelfth round of the bee, correctly spelling "segregation" and "callous" for the win after classmate Noah Hill (who correctly spelled...


HANOVER, N.H.—Feb. 5, 2018—FUJIFILM Dimatix and Hypertherm, are partnering on a high-tech manufacturing and engineering program for high school seniors at both Lebanon High School and Thetford Academy. In addition to learning career readiness skills, participating students will earn two credits toward graduation, including one full math and half a...


Celebrate the natural world and our place in it by watching this selection of award winning films from the acclaimed Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival. This event is the premier nature film competition celebrating the world’s best science, conservation, wildlife films. Our afternoon will feature beautifully crafted short and medium length...


Astrobiology: Life Among the Stars University of Vermont, Davis Center, Mansfield Dining Room Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. FREE pizza and soda Open to all youth in grades 7-12 Registration required by January 31st Astrobiology, as NASA describes it, is the study of the origin, evolution, distribution and future of life in the...


Sophomore Tim Gray has recently completed a map of all the trails around Thetford Academy for the Thetford Outdoor Program, as a special project for TA's new, half-day Environmental Studies and Outdoor Education course. To complete the project, Tim spent many hours in the woods behind Thetford Academy mapping out the...


On Friday, Jan. 5, Emily Silver’s Creative Writing class presented a sample of the pieces that they have written throughout the semester.  In a special program in the Martha Jane Rich theater, the 15 students presented a wide variety of writing, ranging from long stories to short poems that were...

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Excellence

We set high expectations. we challenge all members of the school community to reach their highest potential.

Commitment

We value initiative, courage and dedication. We take personal responsibility for the goals we set and work hard to achieve them.

Cooperation

We work and learn together. We see teachers as coaches, students as team members, families as partners, and learning as practice and action.

Caring

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Diversity

We respect differences among people. We welcome the contribution of varied perspectives to a rich and flexible school culture.