Tabor Academy’s art and literary magazine, Bowsprit, has been recognized as a superior magazine by the 2023 National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) Recognizing Excellence in Art and Literary Magazines (REALM) program.
Empowering the next generation of informed citizens through News Literacy Week at Tabor. On January 23, 2024, Seawolves participated in an engaging webinar with the Washington Post Tik Tok team.
On Monday, January 15, school-wide programming was held in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Alumni Joby Branion ’81, Heather Huszar ’03, and Trinity Monteiro ’17, and former faculty Harold Bost and Carl Lovejoy were honored at the inaugural Martin Luther King Jr. awards.
Girls’ Soccer did not have to look far for their new head coach—Tabor Academy is excited to announce Nicole Fernandes '17 as the head coach of the program.
Building Bridges is a partnership that brings together representatives from independent schools and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs). This year, founding members of the Partner School Network—Tabor Academy, Milton Academy, and St. George’s—hosted their second annual Building Bridges Fall Career Exploration Program.
2023 marks Tabor’s third-annual holiday card contest. This year, a painting by Camryn Hartigan ’25 was chosen for the cover of the card and a digital design by Long Tran ’26 was chosen for the envelope. Their artwork will be shared around the globe with the entire Tabor community for the holidays.
On November 14, 2023, Tabor Academy recognized college-bound scholar-athletes as they signed their National Letters on Intent.
“If you could spend eternity with just one precious memory, what would it be?”—the question at the heart of this year’s Fall Drama performance, After Life.
Dreary weather didn’t dampen our Seawolf spirits! Thank you to our amazing families and alumni for brightening up campus, joining us for Fall Family Weekend and Tabor Day, and celebrating more heartwarming moments amidst the autumn rain.
Twelve seniors at Tabor Academy have been named Commended Students for their performance on a National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. At All School Meeting these students were recognized for this significant achievement.