represented in our student body
miles north of Boston and 5 miles south of Newburyport
varsity sports teams
campus bordered by the Parker River
Scholastic Art Awards in 2019
of students are on financial aid
financial aid awarded annually
student average class size
Scholastic Writing Awards in 2019
year average faculty tenure
states represented in our student body
On Saturday, February 1, 2020, trustees, faculty, parents, students, and friends gathered to celebrate the groundbreaking for the redesign and renovation of the Peter Marshall French Student Center.
Govs arts and writing students once again received plentiful accolades this year in the just-announced Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Govs students won a total of fifty-seven art & writing awards.
On Monday, January 20, the Academy observed Martin Luther King Jr. Day with a full day of programming to honor King’s legacy. A highlight of the day was the afternoon’s keynote address “Dreams Do Come True” by Reverend Sharon Risher, our 2020 Katherine Krall Guy Social Justice Speaker.
Three-time Olympic medalist and professional hockey player Meghan Duggan delivered the first Convocation of 2020 on Tuesday. An accomplished athlete, Duggan is a 2018 Olympic Gold Medalist, seven-time World Champion, and team captain for the the US Women's National Hockey Team. Duggan spoke to students about the importance of having goals, setting intentions, and being a good teammate.
While most high school students are seated in a classroom listening to a teacher lecture, Governor’s students are writing business plans, receiving feedback from successful entrepreneurs, and launching new businesses on campus.
Head of School Dr. Peter H. Quimby announced today, through the generous support of alumni, parents, past parents, and friends, that we will break ground this winter on the renovation and expansion of the Peter Marshall French Student Center.
When Governor’s junior Bimba received the call that she was selected as a YoungArts finalist, she was ecstatic. “To be recognized in this way after such a long process of designing and building is literally a dream come true. I had no idea how to respond when the lady on the phone told me. It just seemed so unreal. I'm incredibly excited to go to Miami and meet some awesome, artistic kids,” says Bimba.
Eleven student athletes from The Governor's Academy signed their NCAA Division I National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. The student athletes and their families gathered with Director of Athletics and Afternoon Programs Claudia Asano Barcomb, administrators, coaches, faculty advisors, and teammates.