- A variety of subjects for a solid foundation
- Depth of courses to focus on your areas of interest
- The ability to write, reason, problem solve, and communicate clearly
Post-AP offerings are available in physics and chemistry as well as three different options for a second year of biology.
AP and Post-AP offerings are available to ensure that students never exhaust our math curriculum.
Favorite Abbey moment? My favorite Abbey moment by far was a snow day my Form IV year. My entire house went out to the sports fields and ran around in three feet of untouched snow. You could hardly see a few feet in front of you and we got soaked but it was a ton of fun!
Favorite Abbey tradition? My favorite Abbey tradition is the house parties! The houseparents and prefects of each house plan something extra special at the end of the year. My Form IV year we all went to the beach and then out for pasta. My Form V year we had food catered by the bay and roasted marshmallows!
Favorite class/teacher? And why? My favorite teacher at the Abbey is Dr. Zins. He is the type of person to always cheer you up and make your day a little better. He is always available for extra help and truly wants every student to succeed. Once in a while he would surprise us on a Saturday morning with Dunkin Donuts to help us finish off the week. Dr. Zins has helped shape me into the student I am today!
Favorite Abbey tradition? Broomball is always my favorite! Everyone goes all out in their house colors for the Raven Cup competition. There’s pizza, cookies, and great music. Whether it’s scoring goals on the ice or cheering from the bench, this event brings everyone together to make the night so much fun.
Favorite class/teacher? And why? US History with Mrs. Micheletti is my favorite. The debates in her class are so much fun. I have learned so much throughout my Form V year. It was always the class I looked forward to having and I didn't want it to end!
Favorite meal? The make your own chili bar in the dining hall is the best!
Favorite class/teacher? And why? French with Ms. Brzys is my favorite. I can tell she is extremely passionate about what she teaches and making sure her students understand everything. She makes learning French fun!
Favorite meal? The homemade pizzas!
Favorite Abbey moment? My best friend and I have an exam week ritual. We order take out and watch the sunset at the gazebo to take our minds off our upcoming exam.
Favorite Abbey tradition? While all of the dances are very fun, I enjoy the preparation before them even more. We play music in the house and run around helping each other with hair, makeup and outfits. It's a fun way for all the girls in the house to spend time together.
Favorite class/teacher? And why? I was obsessed with history even before taking AP US History with Mr. Gittus. His class is not only informative but also intriguing. He presents facts as a continuous chain of interesting stories, while also ensuring us to stay analytical and objective. His class is definitely my favorite.
Favorite Abbey tradition? My favorite Abbey tradition is the VI Form Talks. These students cover their thoughts on a particular topic or they share a personal story. It has been great for me to hear these fantastic and meaningful talks every year because of the diverse perspectives and incredible depth they bring to our community.
Being a part of a team gives you the chance to build friendships, hone skills, and earn leadership positions on campus. Take your skills to the next level or learn something new; athletics at the Abbey gives everyone a chance to win.
With state-of-the-art technology and equipment available, you will find something to pique your interest and set your creativity in motion.
We recommend that you take advantage of our local area while you are in town!