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Proctor’s incredible breadth of programming is supported by a campus of 45 buildings, 20 dormitories, two synthetic turf fields, a privately owned and operated FIS ski hill and state of the art facilities. Explore some of our facilities below, and visit our Campus Map to learn more about all of Proctor’s facilities.

Our Facilities

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  • Alan Shepard Boat House

    Boat building has a long, colorful history at Proctor. Starting in the late 1930s hundreds of rowboats, sailing dinghies, canoes and kayaks were built here.
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  • Brown Dining Commons

    The Brown Dining Commons opened its doors in the fall of 2016 as the "greenest" building built to date on Proctor's campus. The first net-zero ready dining facility in New England, the state of the art architecture is matched only by the quality of food prepared by Proctor's Dining Services team. To learn more about the Brown Dining Commons, click here!
  • Elbow Pond

    Home to the Mountain Classroom facility, Elbow Pond is deep and clean, and is fed by both springs and a mountain brook. This is the school's most popular swimming spot, and the location of our weekly polar swim!
  • Farrell Field Complex

    Farmland was excavated in 1957 to provide athletic fields for baseball, soccer, lacrosse and--eventually--field hockey.
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  • Farrell Field House

    Originally built in 1966, the Farrell Field House was completely redesigned and rebuilt in 2018 with a new gymnasium, fitness center, athletic training facility, seven humanities classrooms, offices and counseling center.
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  • Fowler Learning Center

    The Alice and David Fowler Learning Center is the crown jewel of our academic facilities.
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  • Outdoor Center

    Opened in 2020, the 10,000 square foot Outdoor Center is the central hub to all outdoor programming at Proctor.
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  • Peabody Dormitory

    Built in 2008, Peabody House replaced long-standing Morton House as a desirable central location on campus.
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  • Proctor Ski Area

    The Proctor Ski Area is a great asset to Proctor's downhill and cross-country ski programs, while also serving thousands of regional skiers. With top to bottom snowmaking and high efficiency lighting, the Proctor Ski Area is one of the finest privately owned and operated race hills in the country.
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  • Sally B. Dormitory

    Completed in the fall of 2013, Sally B Dormitory provides 16 girls and two faculty families a beautiful new home.
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  • Slocumb Hall

    Constructed as a livery stable for horses that drew carriages from the railroad station to the Proctor House Hotel in the 1870s, this charming building was extensively renovated one hundred years ago by H. Langford Warren, Dean of the Architecture School at Harvard University.
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  • Recording Studio

    Proctor's recording studio is, in the words of the designer, “The finest teaching recording studio in the world.”
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  • Teddy Maloney '88 Hockey Rink

    The Maloney Rink was built in 2002 and dedicated in memory of Teddy Maloney who graduated from Proctor in 1988. Teddy was the starting goalie on the boys’ varsity team and also served as captain his senior year, but tragically lost his life in the World Trade Towers tragedy on September 11, 2001.
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  • Wilkins Meeting House

    "The Meetinghouse" is one of the most architecturally and aesthetically beautiful facilities in central New Hampshire.
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  • Walt Wright '49 Biomass Facility

    In 2009, the Walt Wright Biomass Facility was installed on campus, replacing the oil furnaces that produced the steam necessary to heat the majority of campus for the previous fifty years.
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  • Woodlands and Sugar House

    Busy throughout the months of March and early April, the Johnson Sugar House is an extension of the Forestry Department.
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Located in  Andover, NH,  Proctor Academy is a private coeducational day and boarding school for grades 912. Students benefit from a rigorous academic program, experiential off-campus programs, fine and performing arts, competitive athletics, and a wide selection of extracurricular activities.
204 Main Street  .  PO Box 500  .  Andover, NH 03216
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