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Meet AJ Enchill '12

A.J. Enchill '12 shares what life is like as the founder of a successful non-profit, a community activist, and new parent—and his formula for keeping it all together. I am refocusing now on enjoying "being where my feet are," says Enchill. 

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The Governor's Academy Exhibits “Ink + Pressure = Prints” by Local Printmaker Chris Robinson

The Governor’s Academy is honored to feature the works of local printmaker Chris Robinson on campus this fall. Her body of work, “Ink + Pressure = Prints”, will be on display in the Remis Lobby of the Wilkie Center for the Performing Arts on The Governor’s Academy campus from now until October 7.

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Empowering Young Learners

GovsPLUS (Powerful Learners Unlocking Success), a tuition-free academic and cultural summer program for middle school students from Lawrence, Massachusetts, has proven transformational for young scholars, who often go on to attend Govs and other selective independent schools before heading to colleges and universities like Harvard University, Tufts University, and Northwestern University.

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Breaking Ground Together

On the Friday of Reunion Weekend, more than 120 alumni and friends gathered to mark a historic occasion: the groundbreaking for the Bill ’67 and Peter ’71 Alfond Coastal Research Center, named for trustee and lead donor Bill Alfond and his late brother Peter, and establishment of the Bass Institute, named for lead donors Bob ’67 and Anne Bass.

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