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Pinkerton Academy is distinguished among high schools for its blend of modern and historic facilities. Click here for a virtual tour of Pinkerton.

If you are considering attending Pinkerton Academy, tours are offered every Tuesday at 8:30 a.m. and 3 p.m. from the Visitor's Center, 19 North Main Street, Derry, NH 03038.

To arrange a tour, please email us

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Freshman Field Day 2016

This year's Freshman Field Day will be held on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 (rain or shine).

We are very excited to welcome the Class of 2020 with this awesome Pinkerton tradition!

For all the information you need to know about Freshman Field Day, please click here.

Summer Band Camp

The dates for this year's summer Band Camp have been announced:

Mon. 8/15: Music Rehearsal - 6:30-8:00 pm

Weds. 8/17: Rookie Morning (All new members) - 9:00-11:30 am

Weds. 8/17: Full Band - 1:00-4:00 pm

Th-Fri 8/18-19: Full Band - 10:00-4:00 pm

M-Th 8/22-25: Full Band - 10:00-4:00 pm

Please contact Mr. Adams with any questions!

Congratulations to the Class of 2016!

Pinkerton celebrated the Class of 2016 last night at the Verizon Wireless Center in Manchester, NH. It was a wonderful evening and we wish nothing but the best for all of our graduating seniors. You did it!

Check out some media coverage of the night below:

- Pinkerton graduates 700 in ceremony at Verizon Wireless Arena

- Pinkerton Academy honors Class of 2016

- Eagle Tribune Photo Gallery

Class of 2017 Senior Portrait Information

Attention 2017 Seniors and Parents:

Pinkerton Academy has selected Mark Lawrence Photographers as the official school photographers for the class of 2017 yearbook.  Mark Lawrence will be will be providing photographic coverage of all the important class events that are part of the school yearbook.  

An important part of the senior yearbook is the senior section of the yearbook which contains the portrait of each member of the senior class.  This section goes to the yearbook publisher by early November.  To meet this deadline, you should plan on having your senior photographed during the upcoming summer months.  Mark Lawrence has agreed that all images submitted will be of the proper size, resolution, format, and color and must meet the school’s requirements for clothing attire.

To be included in the Senior section of the yearbook, your portrait must be taken by Mark Lawrence Photographers.  A complimentary, four pose session, will be provided for those seniors who wish to purchase their photos elsewhere. The complimentary session will take place in October at Pinkerton Academy.

Attached is Mark Lawrence’s senior session price list and scheduling information.

Remember, yearbook photos must come from Mark Lawrence Photographers (they are Pinkerton’s official photographer).  Do not delay.  They are offering a Free Yearbook Session (if that is all you want) and the yearbook photo is also free.  We do not want anyone left out of the 2017 yearbook.

If you ever have a question or concern about the Critic (yearbook), please contact me.

Best regards,

Mr. Cain
Yearbook Adviser

Senior Session Price List and Scheduling Information

Girls Lacrosse Wins D1 State Championship!

On Tuesday, June 7 the Pinkerton Girls Lacrosse team beat Bishop Guertin 9-5 to capture the Division I State Championship. Congratulations from the entire Pinkerton community!

Pinkerton Student Earns Service Award

Pinkerton Senior Amanda Thomson has been awarded the President's Volunteer Service Award. She is pictured here receiving her letter of achievement from Associate Dean Roger Konstant and Dean of Students Glenn Ahrens. Congratulations to Amanda!

For more information about the award, please click here.

PA Girls Rowing Has First Winning Boat at Latest Regatta

The Pinkerton Rowing Team's Girl's Varsity Eight swept to a nice win this weekend at the Lebanon/Hollis-Brookline Regatta in Hanover, NH. 

Grace Frary coxed Chloe Panocha, Lexi Baker, Dante Brown, Devahn Dembro, Julianna Woods, Vivianne D'Amico, Alyssa Valledor, and Maddie Gonya down the Connecticut River in blistering ninety degree weather, coming in first at 5:30.9 minutes followed by Lebanon in second at 5:35.2, and Hollis-Brookline at 5:51.7. 

The 45 member team practices five days per week on Lake Massabesic in the Spring and Fall seasons. Registration for summer programming is available at

JROTC and Citizenship Committee Commemorate Memorial Day

On Friday, May 27, JROTC students stood guard over America's White Table, which honors the men and women who served in the armed forces, in and effort with the Citizenship Committee to commemorate Memorial Day in both the Underclassmen and Freshmen Cafes.

Thank you to all those involved for this wonderful tribute.

Second Annual Pantene Beautiful Lengths Program

Student Council and Cosmetology teamed up recently to donate hair for a good cause as a part of this year's Pantene Beautiful Lengths program. Congratulations to our students on their great work!

Click here to read the article in the Eagle Tribune.


Destination Imagination Competes in Global Finals

The Pinkerton Academy Destination Imagination team had a very successful trip to the Global Finals in Knoxville, TN, placing 17th of 59 teams (from over 20 countries in addition to many other states) in their challenge!

They were paired with a "buddy team" from Northeast Normal High School in Changchun, China. They shared meals, went to each others' performances, played games, and generally got to know each other over the five-day competition. In addition, our five seniors participated in Destination Imagination graduation ceremonies and recieved a DI diploma for their time in the program. The team represented Pinkerton Academy and Team New Hampshire with pride.

CTE Holds Annual Recognition Program

The CTE Department held their annual Recognition Program in the Stockbridge Theatre during AB periods on Thursday, May 19. 

This is an opportunity to recognize all the level 2 program students for their efforts in becoming career and college ready in their fields of interest. Many students will be leaving Pinkerton with apprentice licenses and various certifications that they can put to immediate use. 

We are extremely proud of all the students and a special thank you to their teachers for guiding them on their paths!

Click here to watch the Recognition Program slideshow

Mr. Cahoon Spends Week as Artist in Residence

Pinkerton Director of Cultural Programming Matt Cahoon spent some of his vacation at the Charlestown Working Theatre, just outside of Boston, working as an artist in residence. Not sure what that means or want to learn more? Read Mr. Cahoon's first person account of the experience on The Crow!

Faculty Spotlight: Mr. Cahoon

Former PA Video Students Net Awards

Three Pinkerton video students from the Class of 2015 were recently honored for work done during their senior year in high school.

Video Production teacher Mr. Lord shared the great news with The Crow in a recent post. Check out the details and congratulations to the winners!

Former PA Students Earn Big Video Awards

Crew Competes at the Lowell Invitational Regatta

On Saturday, May 14, the Pinkerton Crew team competed in the Lowell Invitational Regatta. Ms. Warburton was on the scene and took many fantastic photos. To see the whole gallery, click below!

Lowell Invitational Regatta Photos

Academic Summer Camps Open for Enrollment

Looking to keep your brain active this summer? Pinkerton is offering Academic Summer Camps in Woodworking and Ancient Greek to be held on campus in July!

To read full details about both of these camps and to see the registration form, please click on the link below.

Academic Summer Camps Form

Pinkerton Student Wins Scholarship from Red Sox

Pinkerton is excited to announce that Heather Miller is a New Hampshire Red Sox Service Scholarship Award winner for 2016! Congratulations from the entire Pinkerton community. Read more about the scholarship by clicking below.

About the Scholarship

Heather's Certificate

Student Council Hosts Leadership Day

Earlier in April, the Pinkerton Student Council hosted a leadership day for fifty students from Derry, Hampstead, Chester, and Auburn. These students were participants in their own middle school student governments and got a taste of what being a leader is high school is all about.

Check out this Crow feature on a great event!

Student Council Leadership Day

Pinkerton Students Compete at DECA Nationals

A group of 24 students in the DECA club traveled to Nashville, Tenn. over spring vacation to compete in the National competition. More than 22,000 students and teachers from seven different countries were in attendance.

The Crow caught up with DECA recently to talk about the experience, so click below to read more!

DECA Competes in Nashville, Tenn.

Four Pinkerton Students Win at AIANH Competition

Four Pinkerton students were recognized for their outstanding work after competing at the American Institute of Architecture state competition on April 28. For the full release, please click below.

Giuseppe Puglisi: 2nd Place - Best Design, Overall Superioritiy, in all aspects of Design Solution, Model, and Graphic Presentation

Hayden Pavao and Lindsay Woodward: 1st Place - Best Graphic presentation describing Design Solution

Brenna Whitney: 2nd Place - Best Graphic presentation describing Design Solution; Jurors' Citation for Hand Drawn Sketches

Pinkerton Academy AIANH Winners

Models and Presentation Boards for Winners

O'Reilly Nets 500th Career Win

Brian O'Reilly, Pinkerton social studies teacher and long time boys lacrosse and football coach, earned his 500th career victory as the Astros prevailed with an 11-9 win over Longmeadow (Mass.) on Saturday, May 7.

Coach O'Reilly has been at the helm of the boys lacrosse program for 36 years. O'Reilly has also coached the football team for 37 years, racking up 288 wins in the process. Congratulations, Coach!

Class of 2016 Top 10 Announced

Congratulations to these students and the entire Class of 2016!


VEX Robotics Competes at Worlds Competition

Team 241N – Nautilus attended the Vex Robotics World Championship in Louisville, KY from April 20-24. There were 500 high school teams that qualified out of over 10,000 in 30 countries. New entry’s this year included Bahrain and Syria.

This year’s event was officially recognized by the Guinness Book of Records as the largest Robotics competition in the world at 1075 teams from middle school through college.

Out of 10 matches the team went 7-3 and placed 28th in the Engineering division. This was the second year this team has qualified for Worlds.

To read more and see the roster please click here!

Host Families Needed

The Askartza Claret Exchange Program is looking for families in June of 2017. To see all the information, please click below!

Host Family Flyer

Pinkerton Competes in 2016 SkillsUSA Contests


We have one more medal winner to share that was not originally posted. Congratulations to Adam Remillard, who earned a Silver Medal in Telecommunications!


A school record 73 students competed in more than 23 contests this year at the SkillsUSA New Hampshire competitions. Pinkerton students won 36 medals, including 10 gold, which were also school records!

Please click below to read a full recap!

SkillsUSA Contests Results - 2016

Pinkerton FFA Competes at State Convention

Congratulations to all of the students that competed at the New Hampshire Future Farmers of America State Convention the weekend of April 16! Please click below for a full recap!

Pinkerton FFA Competes at State Convention

Mr. Quigley Named 2016 NH Music Educator of the Year

Earlier this month Mr. Quigley, head of the Fine Arts Department, was named the New Hampshire Music Educator of the Year by the New Hampshire Music Educators Association (NHMEA).

Mr. Adams and others in the Fine Arts department wrote a glowing letter in support of his candidacy and Mr. Quigley was recognized at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.

Pinkerton Academy is so thankful for all the Mr. Quigley has done and we are so lucky to have him.

Mrs. Untiet Named 2016 TechEducator of the Year

Earlier this month Mrs. Untiet was named the 2016 TechEducator of the Year by New Hampshire High Tech Council as a part of their Tech Women Tech Girls Awards.

Mrs. Untiet, the Assistant Director of Career and Technical Education at Pinkerton, recognized at a banquet the week of April 11.

We are so lucky to have Mrs. Untiet at Pinkerton and thank her for her continued work!

Pinkertons Hosts ASL/Deaf Culture Workshop

On Saturday, April Pinkerton held its fifth annual ASL/ Deaf Culture Workshop. 200 Pinkerton ASL students attended the all day immersion program, during which they improved their ASL signing skills and developed a deeper understanding Deaf Culture. Students also received academic credit for attending!

The Keynote Speaker, Mr. Peter Cook, is a professor of Sign Language Interpretation at Columbia University in Chicago. He has also traveled internationally putting on public shows and doing workshops. He is a master at body language and facial expressions - two very key components to ASL. In addtion the day featured 20 other presenters, either Deaf or integrally connected to the Deaf World. 

We are so pleased to have been able to do this for the past five years and are looking forward to the next five years!

Pinkerton Math Team Takes First Place

The Pinkerton Academy Math Team took first place for the 4th consecutive year in the Tri-State Math League, besting the second place winner, Dover, by 48 points. This victory follows the team’s second place win in the NH State contest.

Pinkerton senior, Adam DeMio placed second overall for the year, earning him a scholarship from the League.   

Congratulations to our seniors: Eason Cai, Adam DeMio, Brittany Palandra, Michaela Palandra and Amada Thomson. These seniors have competed for four years and have never lost the League title! We will miss them and wish them well.

Picture left to right (click to enlarge):

Back row: Chris Mottola, Billy Garvey, Maggie Vaillancourt

Middle row: Adam DeMio, Michaela Palandra, Brittany Palandra, Miruna Visuian, Eason Cai, Amanda Thomson

Front: Rebekah Arunda, Alanna Plumee

Pinkerton Destination Imagination Wins at States

Pinkerton Academy had two teams compete at the State Tournament and one will be moving on to represent Team NH at Global Finals in Knoxville, TN May 25-28!

The technical team, How Many Dragons Have You Fought, finished second in the challenge Pace of Change. The team consists of seniors Andrew Cunningham, Kyle Moran, Cassandra Wright, and Mitchell Williams, all of Derry, and senior Morgan Freeley and juniors Wyatt Hoppa and Maria Soraghan, all of Hampstead.

The team put in a tremendous amount of effort to completely re-do their solution between the Regional and State tournaments. The scientific team did not place and thus will not be advancing, but these juniors consider it a learning experience for next year.

Pinkerton DI has planned a fund-raising yard sale for Saturday, April 16 from 8:00 am - 2:00 pm in front of the Pinkerton Field House. Donations are welcome! Contact any team member or Pinkerton DI Coordinator Martha Pond ( to arrange pick-up, and please stop by the yard sale.

The team will be continuing to refine their solution in preparation for the Global tournament!

Pinkerton's New Tutoring Club Needs Tutors

Pinkerton Academy's hot new club Pinkerton Outreach needs more Pinkerton students to help tutor elementary students. The club currently has open positions at both the Derry and Salem Boys and Girls club.

If you are a Pinkerton student and looking for a chance to make a difference and get out there and do some community service, this is a great opportunity for you.

We currently go to the Derry Boys and Girls club Monday through Thursday from 3:00-4:15 and the Salem Boy's and Girls club Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30-4:15.

If you are interested, contact Andrew Nelson (Pinkerton senior) or email for scheduling information.

Model UN Students Attend First Conference

Pinkerton’s Model United Nations Club went to its first conference on Saturday, April 2, at Bedford High School. The Pinkerton Team competed with over 30 other students from New Hampshire and three Pinkerton members won awards!

Senior Ryan O’Neill, who represented Portugal in the Special Operations on Peacekeeping Committee, received the highest award for Best Delegate. Junior Coco Cai, who represented South Korea in the Special Operations on Peacekeeping Committee, won the award for Best Position Paper for her committee. Freshman Joey Blackey, who represented Portugal in the Legal Committee, also won the award for Best Position Paper for his respective committee.

Overall, Pinkerton was successful at this conference, and the students had a great time participating in it. If you are interested in joining Model United Nations, there are meetings every 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, listen to the announcements for more info!

30 Pinkerton Students Named NHIAA-NHADA Scholar Athletes

Pinkerton is proud to announce that 30 students have earned recognition as NHIAA-NHADA Scholar Athletes.

To earn this recognition, students must: 1) Be a senior, 2) Maintain a B+ or better average throughout their entire high school career, 3) Letter or be currently active in two NHIAA sports, and 4) Be a positive rold model who has participated in community service activities.

Congratulations to these talented and hard working students! To see the full list of names, click below.

30 Pinkerton Students Named NHIAA-NHADA Scholar Athletes

NH Chronicle Features Pinkerton Maple Syrup!

After visiting the sugar house and filming our Environmental Studies and Outdoor Skills students in action, WMUR and New Hampshire Chronicle ran a wonderful feature on Tuesday, March 29.

To watch the video please click below!

Tuesday, March 29: Sugaring Class

Rotary Students of the Month

Since the calendar turned to 2016, three Pinkerton CTE students have been recognized as the Derry Village Rotary Student of the Month. Congratulations!

April 2016 - Megan Donovan (Computer Programming)

March 2016 - Nick Raiche (Welding)

February 2016 - Taylor Garrett (Cosmetology)

FBLA is Best in New Hampshire for Third Straight Year

FBLA students competed at the State Leadership Conference Thursday and Friday of last week. The students in FBLA prepare all year for this event. They plan events, help the community, attend conferences and raise awareness for charities and causes. Led by an amazing trio of senior officers -- President - Madison St. Onge, VP - Community Service - Molly Gray and Executive Vice President - Sarah Kane --Pinkerton Academy FBLA won Gold Seal Chapter for the third straight year.

Chapter Awards

Most Outstanding Chapter - 1st Place

Promotions Week Competition - 1st Place

Scrapbook Competition - 2nd Place

State Officer Project Awards - 1st Place (2), 2nd Place (2)

Individual Awards

American Enterprise Project - Sarah Kane, Alan Mendonca (1st place)

Business Communications - Jake Frubies (4th place)

Business Ethics - Briella Hirch, Lindsay Farland (3rd place)

Client Service - Mark Revis (1st place)

Community Service Project - Molly Gray, Madison St. Onge (1st place)

Computer Applications - Carla Duarte (1st place)

Cyber Security - Ryan Jackson (4th place)

Emerging Business Issues - Brianna Becotte, Evan Duval (1st place)

Graphic Design - Narrik Orciuch (1st place)

Intro to Financial Math - Matt Newman (2nd place)

Management Decision Making - Molly Gray, Sarah Kane, Madison St. Onge (2nd place)

Marketing - Kyle Cantalupo, Bridget Anthony (2nd place)

Partnership with Business - Patrick Linehan, Alexis Reishus, Julia DeCloux (1st place)

Public Speaking 2 - Alexis Reishus (3rd place)

Sales Presentation - Ben Tripodi (3rd place)

Social Media Campaign - Patrick Linehan, Julia DeCloux, Paige Johnston (2nd place)

Sports Management - Alan Mendonca, Kayla Dobrinski, Derek Wilson (2nd place)

Critic Honored in Annual Jostens Look Book

Jostens announced on Monday that Pinkerton's yearbook -- The Critic -- has earned national yearbook design recognition for the 2015 edition. The Look Book features the "best-of-the-best in yearbook design and coverage" from around the country.

Click below for a full release and congratulations to the staff!


Pinkerton Academy Earns Jostens National Yearbook Design Recognition

Blue Thunder Drill Team & Color Guard Competes

The Blue Thunder Drill Team & Color Guard competed for the fifth and final time this year on March 19 at Pinkerton under the command of Senior Cadet Major David Giblin.

For the regular portion of the meet, our team finished in second place. The individual results are below:

- Armed Color Guard - 1st place under the command of Cadet Davin Curry

- Armed Inspection - 1st place under the command of Group Commander Zac Sullivan

- Unarmed Exhibition - 1st place under the command of Cadet Baylie Scheibert

- Armed Exhibition - 1st place under the command of Group Commander Zac Sullivan

Freshmen Cadets Gelardi, Hamel, and Tirado-Cruz all medaled in the New Cadet Category, while Cadet Casimir medaled in the unarmed category in both the March 19 meet and for the year!

Pinkerton was awared the Runner-Up league champion for the season in the five school league. Thank you to all of the Cadets who worked so hard this year and also to their coach, Chief Porter!

Annual Dodgeball Tournament Had Record Turnout

Mr. Boles had this to say about this year's Dodgeball Tournament:

“This year's tournament was the biggest we've had at Pinkerton (we had 190 students -- 19 teams -- and 10 faculty players for a total of 20 teams and 200 participants). The atmosphere was electric, competitive but most importantly, it was fun. It was great to see the various clubs, groups and athletic teams battle it out but still be so supportive of each other. I look forward to an even bigger and better tournament next year.”

Click here for results and rosters of the top teams!

Pinkerton Attends 36th Annual HOSA State Conference

Pinkerton Academy HOSA attended the 36th Annual NH/VT HOSA State Leadership Conference at the Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH from March 17th to 18th, 2016. The HOSA State Leadership Conference is an invaluable leadership and teambuilding opportunity.

For a complete recap of the event, please click below!

Pinkerton Attends 36th Annual NH/VT HOSA State Leadership Conference

Pinkerton Takes Gold and Silver in Digital Cinema

Pinkerton video students took Gold and Silver in this years Digital Cinema Production contest at Skills USA States.  

In teams of two, students were given the prompt "Digital Zombies: Eating Away at Device Addiction." Then they had 48 hours to script, shoot, edit, and turn in a short film (under 5 minutes) to be scored by the judges.

Gold Medal Winner: "It's a Good Thing Zombies Don't Eat Oranges" by Nicole Porter and Emily Fitzgerald.

Silver Medal Winner: "Forward by Midnight" by Taylor Rae Lancaster and Oriana Theokas

Academy Plan Information

Attention Seniors, if you have an A or H period Study you may be eligible for the Academy Plan. Please click the links below for more information.

Academy Plan Information

Academy Plan Agreement

Pinkerton Academy Welcomes Candia

A message from Headmaster Morse:

"We are delighted to welcome the remainder of the Candia high school students to Pinkerton with today's voter approval of the historic tuition agreement. The many families who have been paying to have their children at Pinkerton have brought the town of Candia and our Pinkerton community together. We have worked and celebrated together their children's many successes at and contributions to Pinkerton.

It is an excellent fit and we know it will be for the 20-year life of the agreement, and well beyond. Our Board of Trustees and the Candia School Board worked well together and in good faith, knowing that we already had a success story to build on so there was no doubt on either side that we were creating a very stable, promising future for the town of Candia and for Pinkerton.

These are times for dramatic fluctuations in birth rates, enrollments, and local populations so this sort of agreement is fundamental to towns and Pinkerton in combating these forces by making education the bedrock of stability for the area. Needless to say, Pinkerton's already compelling educational value improves, just as our commitment to Candia and Candia's commitment to Pinkerton do. We are grateful to the Candia School Board and the people of Candia for trusting in us and making a longer and deeper commitment to a Pinkerton education."

DECA Takes Home 34 Awards at State Competition

Congratulations to the Pinkerton DECA members who competed at the state's conference in Manchester, NH this past February 10-12. Members competed at the conference with over 500 students participants, in role-play style and written events.

Pinkerton left with 34 awards, and 21 members who qualified to compete at the International Career and Development Conference this April in Nashville, Tennessee. Pinkerton DECA also stole the show with chapter awards, having won Most Outstanding for the second year straight! The chapter also got Thrive certified for its community service efforts and promotional recognition.

Special congratulations goes to Jared Bach who not only won his event, but was nominated to the NH DECA State Executive Board!!

For the full release (written by DECA students) please click here!

Important Notice Regarding Hoverboards

Effective immediately: Pinkerton Academy has prohibited the use of Hoverboards or similar devices anywhere on campus as these devices have proven to be a safety hazard for those riding them or for others nearby. 

These devices should also not be brought to the campus due to the potential fire hazard when stored. Students bringing these devices on campus will be referred to the administration for disciplinary action and parents will be required to pick them up as soon as notified.

Passing Time Change for Semester 2

A message from Dr. Chris Harper, Dean of Academic Affairs:

Semester 2 Bell Schedule

With the implementation of the Minimum Standards for School Approval by the New Hampshire Department of Education for 2015 the definition of a school year changed from 180 days to 990 hours. There is currently a grace period for schools to adapt to this new definition; however, Pinkerton Academy is beginning to investigate how to modify the school day to accommodate this new requirement.

Currently we spend 49 minutes of the school day passing between classes. While there are some students who absolutely need seven minutes to move between classes by moving from the most southern end of campus to the most northern end of campus the vast majority of students move between buildings where a shorter amount of passing time would easily meet their needs. During Semester 2 we will be piloting a six-minute passing time and adding one minute to each of the periods B - H making each course 46 minutes.

This change will not alter the time school begins or ends. We are asking faculty to be cognizant of student needs and to allow those students who were coming from the far reaches of campus a little extra time; however, most students should reach their classroom within six minutes. At the end of the semester we will gather input from faculty and students on this change and will use this information to develop a schedule for the 2016 – 2017 school year.

Going forward, you will be able to find this schedule on the Resources page and under Calendars & Schedules.

Course Selection Guide

Below is a thorough guide to assist with the Course Selection process, including level information, requirements for graduation and college, and more. It really is easier than you think! All Pinkerton students, from incoming freshmen to rising seniors, will find this useful. You can also find this guide on the Freshman Academy page under "Freshman Resources."

Course Selection Guide

ANNOUNCEMENT: Parking at Hood Commons and Fieldstone Terrace


Pinkerton Academy Faculty/Staff Recognition

Each month, we will recognize members of our Pinkerton Academy faculty and staff who go above and beyond expectations. As a community, we cannot thank them enough!


4th Annual Sean J. Moran Memorial Golf Tournament

Click here to see the flyer and entry form for the event!

The Crow


Check out the revamped Crow for school news, classroom spotlight, photos, and more!

Check out the new edition of The Tower!

For access to the Student Planner, Course Catalog, The Tower, and The Crow newsletter and other Pinkerton materials, click Resources here or the Resources link at top right of this website. For reunion information, click here. For information on the Critic yearbook, click here.

Pinkerton Academy Weather

Local conditi-+ons and forecast provided by the WeatherBug station in the Ek Science Center at Pinkerton Academy.

Vision Statement

Pinkerton Academy students will gain the critical knowledge, skills, and deeper understanding necessary to develop goals, become thinkers and communicators, and grow as responsible and productive citizens. While celebrating the strengths of our traditions, we encourage innovation in response to a changing world.

Mission Statement

As a unique, independent academy, Pinkerton Academy’s mission is to strive to ensure the growth of all students in a challenging, respectful, and collaborative environment. The Academy fosters a student-centered community with purposefully designed, interactive, and relevant learning opportunities.


Pinkerton Academy

5 Pinkerton St.

Derry, NH 03038

Main Office - (603) 437-5200