Falmouth Academy is ranked among the top private schools in the September issue of Boston Magazine. At #15, Falmouth Academy’s test scores, student-to-teacher ratios and class sizes put it among the elite of Boston-area schools. We’re proud to have such public recognition of the high-quality education we provide every day.
Read more in September’s Boston Magazine.
Cultivating lush grounds, pesticide-free, is a challenge, but Falmouth Academy has the wisdom and experience of Richard Sperduto, director of buildings and grounds at the school. He and his wife, part-time science teacher Ginny Edgcomb, both practice a sustainable lifestyle and reap the benefits of their gardening efforts every day at the dinner table. The two were highlighted in the summer edition of Edible Cape Cod Magazine.
Read about Richard and Ginny here, at Edible Cape Cod.
Starting this summer, ‘The GAM’ has new features, more stories and a fresh, colorful look. Read “In their own Words,” featuring students’ hopes for Falmouth Academy’s new meeting hall and a Q&A with FA alumni Kurt Achin ‘87, who’s traveled the world as a CNN producer and bureau chief for Voice of America. See the view from “A Distant Shore,” a photo essay from Belize by Tasha Garland ‘16 and read our cover feature, “Why I Teach” by Olivann Hobbie, who retired in June.
We hope you enjoy the new format of our traditional magazine.
Read The GAM here.