Every year on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, TA has something fun to be thankful for: the gathering of Thetford Academy alumni of all ages in the Vaughan Alumni Gymnasium for the annual TA Alumni Basketball game. This year, 27 alumni and one "honorary" alumnus (Tim Ouellette, assistant coach for TA's...

Calling all Thetford Academy alumni! Are you in Thetford or nearby for the Thanksgiving holiday? We've got a great way for you to burn off some of that Thanksgiving meal! Join us on Saturday, November 30, 2019 at 12pm in the Vaughan Alumni Gymnasium for our annual Alumni Basketball game....

Soccer Last week, the Panthers celebrated their Varsity Soccer seniors at the final home games of the regular season. At last Tuesday's Varsity Girls game v. Stowe, the Panthers honored Brittany Clifford, Arwen Clayton, Grace Davis, Alexis Gaetz, Jade Jamieson, Lily MacVeagh, Casey MacVeagh, Bethany Maxfield, Ellen Veracka, and Sophie Williams...

The 2019 Woods Trail Run marks the 29th year of TA's renowned cross country event. On Saturday, Oct. 5, Thetford Academy's campus will transform into a vibrant, buzzing event space and host nearly 2,000 people— including runners, coaches, families, and supporters. Over 100 community volunteers help to execute the event... Fall athletics are in full swing at Thetford Academy, with soccer and cross country teams moving from practices and scrimmages to games and meets. The Boys' Varsity and JV Panthers opened up the soccer season in Randolph with back-to-back wins. The varsity team beat Randolph 2-0, with goals from Ryan...

Summer Activities Athletic practices and scrimmages are available for students during the summer months. The general schedule is as follows: Girls Soccer:  Wednesdays 4:30 to 6 p.m. Those interested should email Coach MacVeagh. Boys Soccer:  Starts July 9th - Tuesdays/Thursdays 5:30-7 p.m. Those interested should email Coach Boyce or Coach Thorburn. Girls Basketball:  Tuesdays...



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