NEWS

Winch roots forever: Bill Blackham ’71

Bill Blackham ’71 put his second company, Condor Hospitality Trust, Inc., on the New York Exchange recently while proudly wearing his gold Winchendon School lapel pin. Bill’s next goal is to put a third company on the exchange before spending more time relaxing.   Condor Hospitality Trust is a publicly-traded real estate investment trust that…

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Delaney F. '17

My favorite memory from this year was going to see "High School Musical" because it was great to see each individual's personalities shine through the roles of the characters and feel the energy from the audience. Knowing all of the songs and screaming to the music was so much fun.

Linet C. '20

I love The Winch because of the friendly environment. All of the students are so compassionate and determined, and all of the teachers go out of their way to make this school the best that it can be.  

EVENTS

The “Let’s Chat” Series at TWS

As Jarid B. ’17 described it, it’s fitting that the “Let’s Chat” series of personal, semi-autobiographical lectures from both staff members and students is conducted from the podium in the communal Dining Hall, just under the banner that reads: Courageous. Jarid was just the latest Winchendon School speaker in the series— and the first student to present after…

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Corcoran ’18 Gets The Call

Over the past few years, The Winchendon School’s hockey program has seen tremendous growth both on and off the ice. With the help and support of both our alumni and current parents, we are a major competitor in the prep school hockey world, and have been fortunate enough to have some world class athletes on our teams.…

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EVENTS

The Future Hoops AAU Tournament livens up The Winchendon School Campus

On June 17th and 18th,  The Winchendon School hosted a basketball tournament sponsored by The Future Hoops AAU program, a local non-profit organization based in Gardner, MA. Twenty-three teams, with players aged 10-18, descended on campus for two days of intense competition. Families in attendance reported that it was a lively tournament, and at least…

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