CA Cookbook In Progress

By: Grace Greene ‘17   Bryn Clarkson ’17 is producing a cookbook to capture the unique flavor of Cheshire Academy. One of the 2016 Rizzolo-Larson Venture Grant recipients, Clarkson was given an endowment to help her reach her goal of producing … Read More

Illustrator Comes to Cheshire Academy

By: Grace Greene ‘17   The Event On April 7, Linda Wingerter, illustrator, puppeteer, and fire-eater, presented pieces from children’s books, greeting cards, and magazines in the Kohn Joseloff Gallery. Ms. Hovasse, art teacher and artist coordinator for the Gallery, … Read More

Cheshire Academy Hosts Annual College Fair

By: Sriyuth Sagi ’17 As a college prep school, Cheshire Academy has always provided great opportunities to students, including the annual College Fair. It allows them to see new colleges and helps them get experience with the admissions process. On … Read More

Varsity Players Present “Comedy Tonight”

By: Gillian Reinhard ‘16   The Cheshire Academy Varsity Players are known for their creative and innovative performances, ranging from musicals to Shakespeare to dramas. Like last spring, when the student actors tackled the hilarious piece “Bone Chiller,” the Varsity … Read More

National Honor Society Inducts New Members

by Gillian Reinhard ’16 Each March, the Cheshire Academy chapter of the National Honor Society selects new members on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. After careful consideration, the Academy’s National Honor Society chapter selected 21 new inductees. Each student … Read More


Spring Break Experiences at Cheshire Academy

By: Kate Davis ‘18 During the Cheshire Academy spring break, several students took the opportunity to travel with their peers to interesting places. Baseball  Players from both the varsity baseball and junior varsity baseball teams, headed down south to Emerson, … Read More

Tucker’s Trials and Tribulations

By: Jonathan Friedman ‘17 Jonathan Friedman recently sat down (on the ground) to have a chat with a good friend of his.  Tucker may only be two years old, but he sure had lots to “say.” Jonathan:  So Tucker, what … Read More

CA Takes Part in International Poetry Contest

By:  Zoe Genden ‘19 This April, the Cheshire Academy Language Department celebrated International Poetry Month by participating in the Connecticut Council of Language Teachers (COLT) Poetry Contest on April 6. The event was hosted by East Haven High School in … Read More

The Entrepreneurship Club at Cheshire Academy

By: Tara Lynch ‘18 The Entrepreneurship Club is one of Cheshire Academy’s newest clubs, led by Science Teacher Raymond Cirmo, Head of School John Nozell and Director of External Affairs Richard Ferraro. All of these men have extensive backgrounds in … Read More