This month, with generous support from the Freeman Foundation, Thetford Academy launched a new program focusing on outdoor and project-based learning. The "TA Summer Challenge" builds on the success of the Thetford Outdoor Program's summer wilderness trips, adding new opportunities for students to engage with peers, enhance leadership skills, and...

TA’s musical theater production class will present Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s musical Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat on Saturday, May 22 and Sunday, May 23 at 6:30 p.m. For most of the school year, even this outdoor, socially distanced production seemed improbable. But when Vermont recently revised...

Dear TA Families & Students, Semester 2 is humming along. Here are some key highlights to share, as we reflect back to the first few weeks of February and look ahead to the month of March. ACADEMICS: When we return from break on Monday, March 1, we will fully implement our new schedule...

Students in TA's Advanced Art class spent the first quarter of the fall semester honing their skills both technically and conceptually. They also participated in The Memory Project's Portrait Program, creating portraits of children in Venezuela to serve as memories of their lived experience. This quarter, students focused their...

Thetford Academy Drama introduces its first-ever virtual fall play, the murder mystery "Sorry, Wrong Number." Performed entirely on Google Meet, with post-production support from TA alum and CATV Studio Producer & Education Outreach Coordinator Chico Eastridge, Fall Play students have created something entirely new for their virtual audience. Based on...



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