We have a full schedule at Suffield Academy starting with breakfast at 7am and ending with lights out at 11pm Monday through Friday. Saturday classes and athletics events are part of our busy community life.
Suffield Academy held its first spring term remote learning chapel program broadcasted world-wide on April 6. Students, faculty, alumni, and parents tuned in live for a talk hosted by Dean of Academics & Faculty Sara Yeager. She spoke on several significant topics at the forefront of the community’s daily life: camaraderie in isolation, reading and entertainment, friendship and family, and kindness.
The Orangewomen swimmers and divers proved themselves to be a contender once again for regional and national honors in the 2019-2020 season. This was a team, according to Coach Andy Lowe, “that sported a perfect combination of depth and high-flyers, and one whose excellent team dynamic led to great results across the season.”
In these uncertain times artists of all media are discovering inspired ways to alleviate isolation by doing what they have always done: sit still, observe, think, and create.
In an effort to ensure the safety and well-being of its community, Suffield Academy’s Remote Learning Program begins on April 1 with virtual classes extended world-wide. Faculty members are excited and prepared to implement inventive ways of teaching and communicating with their students throughout the spring term.
Suffield Academy continues to monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and will continue to post active updates as more information becomes available.
We embrace an emphasis on the distance traveled by each student during their years at Suffield Academy. We guide them through the roads here and prepare them for the fascinating journeys that lie ahead. We aim to encourage and inspire talented young people and we help them navigate adolescence by building their self-confidence and leadership.