Exciting New Workshops Will Help Students Keep Skills Sharp all Summer Long!
Salem 8th-Grader is First Recipient of Ruby Boyer Miller Scholarship
Peabody 8th-grader Named Penguin Hall’s 2020 Student Life Scholarship Winner
Burlington 8th-Grader Named 2020 Dean of Academics Scholarship Winner
June 1, 2020
Dear APH Community,
The Academy at Penguin Hall Implements Real-Time, Virtual Learning to Ensure Student Studies Continue During COVID-19 Crisis
Led by Penguin Hall Dean of Academics Jan Healy, APH Faculty Come Together to Create Distance Learning Curriculum for Student
The Academy at Penguin Hall Advances to Semi-Finals Round of Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild High School Drama Festival
Penguin Hall advances to the semi-finals round of the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild’s (METG) High School Drama Festival for their mystical performance from Lois Lowry’s “Gossamer."
APH Senior Jennifer Bloom Invites Holocaust Survivor to Campus as part of her Semester-Long “Capturing Oral History” Class
APH Music Department to Perform at Gordon College Chapel
Delpfine Welch of Boston Female Liberation visited The Academy at Penguin Hall — and her niece and student Elise Welch — for two days. This press release originally appeared in the Ipswich Local News on September 27, 2019.
Reading-native and Penguin Hall Senior Angela Mayes’ Artwork will be featured in Regional High School Art Exhibition!
APH Students and Wenham Seniors to Come Together for a Night of Food and Holiday Caroling.
"So, as you can see, it's not school as usual," says Dean Tsouvalas, while stepping onto a balcony overlooking the pristine, lush green grounds of Penguin Hall. No, it’s definitely not school as usual. The resemblance to Harry Potter’s Hogwarts is so obvious that it’s hardly worth mentioning. As Tsouvalas, Penguin Hall’s director of advancement and communication, says, “When you walk through that door, it ups your game.” Indeed, crossing the enchanting threshold into Penguin Hall, through the ornately sculpted front door adorned with a spiderweb and dragonflies, is to step into 1929, into a world created by a confident, independent woman. That woman was Ruby Boyer Miller, a progressive-minded divorcée, who built the magical Wenham place as her summer home. Fittingly, smart girls are now calling Penguin Hall their educational home.