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’s Offices of Alumni Development and College Counseling hosted the year’s final college to career virtual discussions on May 7 and May 21.
Six Suffield swimmers brought their hard work and talent to bear in support of major Division I swimming and diving programs (Notre Dame, SMU, Dartmouth, Denver, and UConn), continuing a 40-year tradition yielded by the Tiger swimming and diving program.
Suffield’s seniors participate annually in a three-part seminar that serves as a concluding aspect of the school’s Leadership Program.
A time-honored Suffield Academy tradition continued with the annual Kent-Davis Speaking Competition on May 18. The contest inaugurated Suffield’s virtual senior week and showcased excellent oratory skills.
Suffield students enrolled in Justin Pepoli’s 10th-grade US History class spent a few weeks identifying examples within American history that investigate one essential question: Under what conditions, if any, should the freedom of citizens be restricted?
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.