Before he became a science teacher at The Academy at Penguin Hall, Mr. Rivers worked as an EMT in Beverly, a role that has helped shape how he approaches life and work. Read more to learn about Mr. Rivers!
The Academy at Penguin Hall’s new Student Body President for 2020-21 is Nachelle D. ‘21, a spirited rising senior who describes herself as an “open book” and an aspiring surgeon. Read more to learn about Nachelle!
Dr. Gable’s passion for her dreams and goals is a quality that is characteristic of so many APH students and faculty. Read on to find out what fears Dr. Gable had to overcome to arrive at where she is today!
Meet recent APH graduate and alumnae Juliette C. '20, a multi-talented musician and writer who may have found her calling early in life!
Meet Dr. Kimberley, a nature lover, dedicated educator, advocate for strong women and democracy — and so much more. Read on to find out how this Humanities Teacher stays grounded and connected to her community.
Meet APH Student Avery B. '22, who has a knack for finding silver linings in challenging times and unexpected opportunities along the way!
Read why APH Spanish Language Teacher Dr. Barozzi identifies as a global citizen, how she fell in love with languages, and her timeless advice for a life well-lived.
Meet APH Student Kayle W.'22, who shares what she misses most about the APH campus, her talent as a big sister, and much more!
APH shares its top 5 tips for a more organized distance learning experience!
Students at The Academy at Penguin Hall share 6 tips for students participating in distance learning.
Penguin Hall shares 5 tips for parents who have children participating in distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Penguin Hall's Basketball Coaches help unleash players' courage and compassion on the court — and more than just the APH community is paying attention.
Why an all-girls education at Penguin Hall? Freedom to speak ideas, try new things, and form authentic relationships are at the heart of our learning experience.