Smith Academy

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Smith Academy
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Smith Academy
Address
34 School Street
Hatfield, Massachusetts, 01038
 United States
Coordinates 42°22′38″N 72°36′01″W / 42.377267°N 72.600403°W / 42.377267; -72.600403Coordinates: 42°22′38″N 72°36′01″W / 42.377267°N 72.600403°W / 42.377267; -72.600403
Information
School type Public School
Established 1872
School district Hatfield Public Schools
CEEB Code 220970
Principal Andrew Mark Berrios
Teaching staff 18.3 (FTE) (as of 2007-08)[1]
Grades 7-12
Enrollment 198 (as of 2007-08)[1]
Student to teacher ratio 10.8 (as of 2007-08)[1]
Mascot Falcon
Team name Falcons
Average SAT scores 519 verbal
501 math
510 writing
1530 total (2014)[2]
Website

Smith Academy, a combination junior and senior high, is a small public school in Hatfield, Massachusetts. It is well known in the area for being one of the smallest schools in the region, and one of the last non-regionalized schools.

History[edit]

The school opened in December 1872, funded by a $75,000 bequest from Sophia Smith.[3]

Campus[edit]

Curriculum[edit]

Extracurricular activities[edit]

The school has an intense rivalry with neighboring small school Hopkins Academy, located across the Connecticut River in Hadley. The Falcons also have a rich athletic history, including state basketball championships in 1990 and 1992, while consistently being one of the smallest public schools in Massachusetts.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "School Detail for Smith Academy". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved 2010-05-15. 
  2. ^ http://profiles.doe.mass.edu/state_report/sat_perf.aspx
  3. ^ Wight, Charles Albert (1908). "Smith Academy". The Hatfield Book. F. A. Bassette Co. Retrieved 2010-05-15. 
  4. ^ Canfield, Owen (1966-05-15). "John Hubbard Recalls Football 60 Years Ago". Hartford Courant. p. 10C. Hubbard's grid career began at Smith Academy in Hatfield Mass where... 
  5. ^ Wells, Bill (2008-09-06). "Judy Strong's efforts paid off as a field hockey Olympian and UMass and Smith Academy notable". The Republican (Springfield, MA). 

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