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It Takes a Village – Wood Kiln Firing

June 9, 2017
Wood Kiln Firing On Tuesday, May 23, the ceramics Alternative Firing class, along with students in the year-long wheel throwing pottery classes, spent the day firing Gould’s cross-draft, wood-burning kiln. Wood Kiln Firing is an intense process and can…Read More

Athletes of the Month – April 2017

May 16, 2017
Athletes of the Month April was unseasonably cold and gray, but our spring sports teams were just warming up, especially our two Athletes of the Month, Emmett Dorval-Hall ’17 and Amelia McMillan ’20. Emmett Dorval-Hall ’17 Boys’ Varsity Lacrosse…Read More

Student Spotlight – Colby Snow ’17

May 12, 2017
Student Spotlight Colby Snow ’17 came to Gould as a member of the 8th grade Winter Term Program, excited about the potential of blending her love for the mountains with a school that would support her passions.…Read More

Game Design in 17th Century Japan

May 2, 2017
“Imagine you are in 17th century Japan. You wake up in a prison and you don’t know who you are.” – Matt Bennett ’17 Gould twelfth grader Matthew Bennett had his audience spellbound as he introduced…Read More

Ski Racing is the Sport of the Month for March 2017

April 6, 2017
While Gould spends much of March focused on Four Point activities and on break, our on-snow athletes are often just hitting their strides. The two student-athletes we are honoring as Athletes of the Month for March were…Read More

Gould to Construct Giant Sign

April 1, 2017
April Fools Day Gould Academy is pleased to announce the installation of a 45 foot tall, 125 foot wide “Gould” sign on the back side of Barker Mountain, facing campus. “That iconic view of the Mahoosucs from campus…Read More
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