Hebron Academy is located in Hebron, ME and is a coeducational college preparatory school for grades 9-12. Chartered in 1804 and opened in 1805, Hebron is one of the oldest boarding schools in the nation. Hebron respects individual differences and is a supportive educational community. With the diversity of backgrounds and perspectives, students learn to recognize their role and connection to something bigger than themselves. College Counseling is available at Hebron and is highly individualized attention to each student. The counselors know and understand their students as they live on campus and serve in a number of capacities. They work with students to identify their goals and talents and assist them in selecting from a range of colleges. They work with the students throughout the whole process beginning with their junior year. Hebron also has an Academic Guidance Center where faculty members work with students towards helping them to become more confident and independent. The student’s learn to become more accountable for their work and who to manage their time. The Guidance Center is involved with every aspect of the academic program. They oversee the Assisted Study Hall which is for boarding student who need more structure and routine in the evenings. The faculty work hard to create a quiet and productive atmosphere so students can focus on their nightly assignments.
Part of every student’s Hebron experience is not only in academics but in the pursuit of athletic excellence, with participation in organized sports. The athletic programs are devoted to encouraging the students to have a lifelong love of physical activity and appreciation for teamwork and fair play. Some of the sports available are: tennis, Lacrosse, baseball, softball, track and field and more.
Hebron provides a well rounded educational experience through academics, sports, and the arts. The arts bring subjects to life and exposes students to a wide range of creativity and talent. The visual arts at Hebron offer regular exhibitions of the work of the students, which may be in photography, painting, sculpture, or pottery. The performing arts program provides an opportunity for students to become actors and actresses. They learn poise, confidence and other public speaking skills. Students may choose to help backstage where they develop knowledge of construction, design and stage management and production skills. Hebron provides a number of opportunities for their student musicians to perform during the year. It could be for a reception on campus, formal dinner or off campus competitions and festivals. There are ensembles to choose from such as chorus, orchestra, jazz band, or string quartet.
Student capacity: 244
Class size: 12
Tuition: $47,900 (room and meals included)
Student/staff ratio: 1:6
Extra Info: Hebron provides small classes, enhanced student-faculty relationship, college placement and shared success.
Phone: 207-966-2100 x225