Bridgton Academy

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Bridgton Academy
Location
North Bridgton, Maine, 04057
United States
Coordinates 44°05′59″N 70°42′02″W / 44.09985°N 70.70065°W / 44.09985; -70.70065Coordinates: 44°05′59″N 70°42′02″W / 44.09985°N 70.70065°W / 44.09985; -70.70065
Information
Motto The Year That Makes The Difference
Established 1808
Dean Ray Stauble
Headmaster Graydon E. Vigneau, Jr.
Staff 60
Teaching staff 24
Grades 12-PG
Gender Male
Age range 17-20
Grade 12 5-10
Grade 13 165-175
Average class size 10
Campus size 55
Color(s) Black and Grey
Sports Football, soccer, golf, basketball, hockey, skiing, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, rugby
Mascot Wolverine
Accreditation NEASC
Yearbook The Stranger
Tuition 47000
Website

Bridgton Academy is an all-male college preparatory boarding school in North Bridgton, Maine. The school offers a true transitional year, to help students who have completed their senior year of high school gain the academic skills, study skills, self-discipline, and self-confidence necessary to succeed in college.

The 55-acre (22 ha) campus hosts twenty four different buildings. The majority of classes are held in the newly constructed state of the art Humanities Center. There are eight dormitories on campus with the capacity to hold 6-40 students. The school's mission "is to provide a program for young men in a unique, one-year postgraduate environment to prepare for the rigors of college and beyond."

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