• Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Fourth grade has created maps of mythical places in conjunction with their exploration of Marco Polo and the Silk Road. Third grade has made story teller bags and story beads as part of their study of the Native Americans of the Northeast Woodlands. Second grade has created Inti sun disks patterned after images created by the ancient Incas in South America. First grade has made ring toss games as they have been reading The Rough-Face Girl, a Native American Cinderella story.
      Passport to World Cultures

      Fourth grade has created maps of mythical places in conjunction with their exploration of Marco Polo and the Silk Road. Third grade has made story teller bags and story beads as part of their study of the Native Americans of the Northeast Woodlands. Second grade has created Inti sun disks patterned after images created by the ancient Incas in South America. First grade has made ring toss games as they have been reading The Rough-Face Girl, a Native American Cinderella story.

    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures
    • Passport to World Cultures

Serving Maine, The Seacoast of New Hampshire, and the North Shore of Massachusetts

Berwick Academy, situated on an 80-acre campus just over one hour north of Boston, serves 600 students, Pre-Kindergarten through grade 12, from Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Maine. Deeply committed to its mission of promoting virtue and useful knowledge, Berwick Academy empowers students to be creative and bold. Berwick strives to graduate alumni who shape their own learning, take risks, ask thoughtful questions, and come to understand and celebrate their authentic selves.  Founded in 1791 and rooted in a tradition of college preparation, our culture of innovation prepares students for a complex and dynamic world.