- Listing Type: Private Schools
- Residency: Day, Residential
- Type: Private
- Grades Offered: Below 6th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th, PG
- Country: United States
- High School Admission Test: SSAT, Not Required
- Affiliation: The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS)
- CEEB: 200445
- IPED: 563697
- Tution Boarding: $65,000
- Tution Day: $34,600
- Enrollment: $250
- Percent Boarding: $70
- Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Payment Terms
At Hebron Academy, our mission is to inspire and guide students to reach their highest potential in mind, body, and spirit. Hebron Academy, located in Hebron, Maine, is a small, independent, college preparatory boarding and day school for boys and girls in grades six through postgraduate.
Our core values are fundamental to the Hebron experience:
- Hebron Academy is a community of trust, where an individual's word is his or her bond.
- At Hebron we work at instilling intellectual and moral discipline through structure and accountability to high standards.
- At Hebron we honor and promote a unique awareness of tradition, place, and environment.
- Hebron teachers model a passion and dedication to teaching and learning.
Hebron offers a traditional college-preparatory curriculum with several AP and Honors options and with a breadth of offerings in subjects such as religion and philosophy, fine and performing arts, and environmental studies. The school is a member of the Cum Laude Society.
Hebron's offerings in fine and performing arts include design, drawing, sculpture, architecture, painting, photography, pottery, printmaking, studio art, music appreciation, music theory, individual vocal or music lessons, Chorus, Jazz band, and Orchestra. Annual performances include an all-school musical and student-directed one-act plays.
Hebron's competitive sports program includes cross country, field hockey, football, golf, mountain biking, and soccer in the fall; hockey, skiing, basketball, and snowboarding in the winter; and baseball, lacrosse, softball, tennis, and track and field in the spring. Outdoor skills programs are also available each season.
A wide variety of activities include Community Service, Green Key (Admissions volunteers), Entrepreneurial & Leadership Program, Outing Club, Chess Club, Math Team, Spectator (yearbook), Etchings (literary magazine), Gay/Straight Alliance, and participation in a rock band.
Formal leadership roles include class officers, senior proctors, peer tutors and athletic team captains. The Academic Support Center provides assistance to students who have the aptitude to succeed in a traditional school environment but who may have mild learning differences or lack adequate study strategies and organizational skills.