Proctor's more than 135 academic courses, 30 sports and afternoon activities, 5 term-long off-campus programs, and more than 30 art electives give you the freedom to choose your own path through Proctor. Which path will you choose? 

Visiting Proctor’s campus is the best way to experience “the Proctor magic.” However, if you are unable to travel to Andover or you would simply like to learn more, we have developed a series of virtual admissions events that thoroughly explore our breadth of programming and school culture. Learn about all aspects of Proctor – our community, educational model, and the diverse array of opportunities, both on and off campus, that Proctor affords its students. 

Our virtual events are hosted by faculty and administrators but will FEATURE STUDENT PANELS! Over the course of seven virtual events, you will have the opportunity to ask questions and engage with current Proctor students, parents and faculty.

We hope you will save the dates for our 2022-2023 Admissions Virtual Event Series! Please check back in early September for registration information. In the meantime, check out recordings of our 2021-2022 virtual events and our Virtual Video Experience below.

Save the Dates - 2022-2023 Admission Virtual Events Series

Tuesday, September 27th | 7:00 PM
A Sense of Place: An Introduction to Proctor
Our first virtual event will provide an overview of Proctor's unique living and learning community with broad information on academic programming, off-campus programs, the arts, athletics, and community life.

Tuesday, October 4th | 7:00 PM
Which Path Will You Choose?: An Academic Overview
Proctor’s unique academic curriculum is founded in the belief that academic challenge, overt support systems, and a preference for hands-on, experiential modes of teaching creates enduring learning for students. Each student, with the support of teachers, advisors, dorm faculty, and others, has the ability to create their unique Proctor experience. We will discuss how Proctor establishes a flexible plan that pushes students to reach their potential while supporting individual passions. 

Monday, October 10th | 7:00 PM
Academic Support 101: Proctor’s Learning Skills Program
Proctor is nationally recognized for providing highly targeted learning support to college-bound learners. During this session, we will discuss how we provide individualized academic support and challenge our students, what this programming looks like on a daily basis, and how Learning Skills is integrated into the life of a Proctor student. 

Tuesday, October 25th | 7:00 PM
A World of Opportunities: Proctor's Off-Campus Programs
Proctor is widely recognized for national leadership in experiential education, and our off-campus programs are core to that distinction. To our community, off-campus programs are not separate, but integral to the Proctor experience, providing hands-on learning opportunities that allow students to truly connect to the content they are studying. 70% of Proctor students take part in term-long off-campus programs. These programs are directed by Proctor faculty and are fully funded by boarding tuition. Tune in to learn more about Ocean Classroom, Mountain Classroom, European Art Classroom, Proctor in Segovia, Spain, and Proctor in Costa Rica.

Tuesday, November 1st | 7:00 PM
Outside the Classroom: Student Life at Proctor
This session will take a broad look at student life outside of the academic day. Student life at Proctor is filled with opportunities to engage with the community. We will discuss the role of the faculty advisor, dorm life, weekend programming, student clubs and affinity groups, health and wellness, and campus culture.

Tuesday, November 8th | 7:00 PM
Arts, Athletics and Afternoon Activities
Proctor's robust selection of arts, athletics and afternoon programming will be presented, including our facilities and people who support our students' pursuits. After the end of the academic day, students can choose to participate in competitive team sports, outdoor activities, performing arts and community service opportunities.

Tuesday, November 15th | 7:00 PM
Parent to Parent: A Conversation with Proctor Parents
This session will provide the opportunity for parents to ask those questions that might not get answered by the Admission Office! What is it really like to have a boarding or day student? When can I visit campus? Who is watching out for my child? No question is out of bounds for our parent group!

2021-2022 Virtual Session Recordings

A Conversation with Brian Thomas, Head of School

A Sense of Place: An Intro to Proctor

Outside the Classroom: Student Life at Proctor

Learning Skills 101

Arts at Proctor

Athletics and Afternoon Activities

Which Path Will You Choose? An Academic Overview

Proctor's Off-Campus Programs

A Sense of Place: An Intro. to Proctor (Dec 2021)

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
p. (603) 735-6000   f. (603) 735-6300