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Student Projects Grow Beyond the Classroom

Student Projects Grow Beyond the Classroom

The opening of the new Science Building and the Student Project Lab housed within has already provided a multitude of learning opportunities for our students, including a work space for robotics, a launch pad for a student-made autonomous glider, and literal...

Science Courtyard Construction is Underway

“Little things seem nothing, but they give peace, like those meadow flowers which individually seem odorless but all together perfume the air.” — Georges Bernanos The winter term at Portsmouth Abbey brought us many wonderful experiences, not the least of which...

Open for Classes

On January 4, 2019, as students and faculty made their way back to Cory’s Lane after a well-deserved Christmas break, the School’s new science building opened for class! The 34,000 square-foot, open design building houses a stunning 7 instructional labs, 7 classrooms,...

Sneak Peek of New Science Building

Before students and faculty departed for Christmas vacation, they were treated to a sneak peek of the School’s new science building. Dr. Stephen Zins, head of the science department, delivered an inspiring Advent message encouraging the community to savor the...

Donor Profile: Timothy Muccia ’87

In the fall of 1986, future Form IV student Tim Muccia was apprehensive about joining the Portsmouth Abbey community. He would be leaving behind a large, co-ed school for a small, all-boys Catholic boarding school two states away. Fortunately, the transition was...

Donor Profile: Andy and Julie Wei P’20

Many parents and graduates often wonder how they can stay connected to their school if they are living far away. In the case of Andy and Julie Wei, “far away” from Portsmouth means roughly 7,000 miles in Beijing, China. That distance, however, does not keep them at...