Two eighth grade students earned recognition in the Beverly Public Library’s 25th annual Teen Poetry Contest.
ABL Space Systems, founded in 2017 by Harry O’Hanley ’03, is nearing its first rocket launch after achieving "unicorn" status in the space industry and winning a large contract with Lockheed Martin.
Students and coaches were thrilled to take the fields again starting March 29 as intramural spring-season practices for lacrosse, baseball, softball, and track and field began.
Heath Cabot ’93 is the recipient of a Chancellor’s Distinguished Research Award at the University of Pittsburgh.
When Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced that it had decided to discontinue publication and licensing of six books by Theodor Seuss Geisel, news organizations around the country turned to Shore alumnus Philip Nel ’84 for insight on Seuss’s work.
A group of fourth grade students placed Black Lives Matter signs on Shore’s campus to demonstrate their support for the movement.
Shore partnered with local nonprofit Beverly Bootstraps for a second time this school year by holding a February food and diaper drive.
February 5, 2021, marked the debut of Acapalooza 2021, a virtual version of Shore’s long-running invitational festival of a cappella performance.