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Take A Glimpse
Down Main Street and up North Street are former private homes - white clapboard houses with green shutters - that the school has acquired and renovated as small dormitories where our students and teachers live. The village livery stable, Slocumb Hall, built in 1810, now houses our visual arts studio; the old chapel is our Health Center. Proctor's campus is a village within a village, surrounded by playing fields and woodlands extending up the south face of Ragged Mountain.

To the east, you will hear the hum of planers in the woodshop, the rhythm of a lathe in metal shop, guitar riffs in the recording studio and applause during our daily all-school assembly in the Meeting House.

While Proctor boasts an impressive campus with beautiful facilities, students learn that learning is an adventure to be pursued for a lifetime in classroom we ourselves create.
 
When you visit Proctor, you will find the campus sprawling through the village of Andover, New Hampshire. Nestled in the Blackwater Valley between Ragged Mountain and Mount Kearsarge, the town and school have grown together for over 160 years.
The 3,000 Acre Campus
At the base of Ragged Mountain
To the north, you will find forestry classrooms, a steamy maple sugaring house, the hockey rink, and foot trails to The Cabin. To the west, the field house is home to the gym, locker rooms, tennis courts, fitness and training facilities. Through a south-facing sun deck, you will enter a dining room that feels like a ski lodge. To the south of campus, The Proctor Ski Area, our private ski facility, offers groomed, man-made snow, Yarrow's Lodgeand the Norris Ski Jumps.
Brick and white clapboard school buildings house bright, modern classrooms and laboratories. The Fowler Learning Center houses the Technology Center, the hub of our wireless computer network. On the second floor, in the Lovejoy Library, you may see students in a sunny alcove reading the newspaper. On the fourth floor, in Learning Skills classes, pairs of students huddle with learning specialists to work on organization and time management skills.