As a 501(c)(3) educational institution, Proctor relies on the support of friends to achieve its mission to create a diverse learning community. Learn how you can support our mission.

The Campaign for Proctor

Learning happens best at the intersection of individualized academics and experiential opportunities within a strong, nurturing community. That’s what Proctor does. We are a national model for educating life-long learners in a way that graduates creative, resilient, and knowledgeable problem solvers who care about community. The Campaign for Proctor will raise $30 million to support the construction and renovation of campus facilities, grow the endowment, and strengthen and enrich educational programs central to Proctor’s holistic approach.



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  • Farrell Field House Construction Update

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  • Farrell Field House Renovations: Update

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  • Campaign Surpasses Midpoint

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  • Proctor Dining Commons Opens Its Doors:

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  • West End Dorm Opens November 2016!

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  • Dining Commons Groundbreaking Celebration:

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Why Invest in Endowment?

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  • Investing in Proctor's Endowment

    Investing in Proctor’s endowment is critical to securing the financial future of the school and ensuring the optimal experience for students. Endowment funds help underwrite financial aid, professional development for faculty/staff, and specific programs.

    Endowed scholarships afforded Joanna ‘08 the opportunity to live and learn at Proctor. Joanna studied off-campus for three terms and led her basketball team to a New England Championship during her four years at Proctor. Now an entrepreneur inspiring inner city youth around New England and a member of Proctor’s Board of Trustees, she notes, “I am a prime example of how investing in young people through Proctor’s endowment enhances the experience of everyone on campus. Sharing Proctor’s model with those students who could not otherwise afford must remain central to our mission, and investing in the endowment is a critical step in Proctor’s journey toward this goal.” Read Joanna’s ‘08 story HERE.


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    Completed September 2016
    • Net-zero ready
    • All-electric appliances
    • 40 Geothermal Wells
    • The heart of the Proctor community


    Completed November 2016
    • 11 student beds and 1 faculty apartment
    • Adjacent to Cortland House on the west end of campus
    • Modular, eco-friendly construction


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    Estimated Completion | September 2019
    • 7 New Dynamic Classrooms
    • New Cardio and Weights Fitness Center
    • Refurbished Gymnasium
    • Wellness Studios/Classroom
    - Counseling and Athletic Offices
    • Athletic Training Room
    • Expanded/New Locker Rooms for Athletes and Coaches

    Estimated Completion | September 2020
    • Redesigned classroom spaces for World Language
    • Administrative offices
    • Student Life Offices
    • New Proctor Store and Mailroom
    • Added Student Life community space


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    • Support cultural and socioeconomic diversity within student body
    • Expand access to the Proctor Experience

    • Strengthen understanding of brain-based learning
    • Access to continuing education
    • Guest speakers and community development

    • Ensure sustainability of programs like Project Period, Entrepreneurship Studies, and Learning Skills

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