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.

Announcements in bold & black were added today

Monday 5.22.17

Off Campus Parking-This is a reminder

Parking at:

Hood Commons Plaza, Citizens Plaza, Fieldstone Terrace, Sun View Condominiums or any other surrounding lots without permission, is not allowed.

 The management at these locations will have your vehicle towed at your expense.

Towing is expensive! $$$

Art Club

The Art Club will hold their final meeting as a club today and students should bring a plain white t-shirt in order to take part in the tie dye project we will be doing. See either Mr. Jones or Ms. Root if you have any questions.

Classical Drawing Club

Tomorrow will be the last meeting of the Classical Drawing Club for this school year.

PA Players

PA Players will hold their end of the year party at the Astro Café tomorrow right after school.

JLU members!

Spring is in the air and school's almost over! Come join us after school Thursday May 25th and plant some flowers around the flag pole! We will also make individual planters using ice cream cones.  Please RSVP via email to Ms. Barros, Mr. White, or Mrs. Johnston via email so we are sure to have enough supplies.


Pinkerton Academy Sign Language Club

The Pinkerton Academy Sign Language Club will hold a

FUNDRAISER @ 5 Guys in Derry on Wed, 5/24, from

4-10 pm.

We would love for you to come, have a burger and fries, and support our cause.

Discovering Deaf Worlds is a nonprofit that teaches

Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing people in underserved countries to advocate for themselves – especially for equal access to education and Communication.  Flyers are available in all offices,

Sign Language Club members, and in Room 5327 in the Vocational Building.

Pinkerton National Honor Society

Next week students of Pinkerton National Honor Society will be hosting the biggest search game in the history of the state of New Hampshire.  Every single Pinkerton Student will have their name hung up on paper cutouts in the hallways of main buildings around school starting next Wednesday. You have two days to find your name and bring your paper cutout to a designated drop-box in your cafe to be entered into a raffle for prizes. Each grade has a specific shape and color to look for. Freshman will be on a wave, sophomores will be on a beach ball, juniors will be on an ice cream cone, and seniors will be on a graduation cap. Make sure to look for your name and look for your friend’s names as well to help them find their cut out! Good luck!

Class of 2019-Prom Committee

The prom theme for our junior prom next year will be: Hollywood Lights.  The first Prom Committee meeting will be held on May 31st after school in room 300.

Summer Jobs!

There is a Job Board right in the hallway outside the CTE Office that is updated on a regular basis.  Students do not need to be enrolled in CTE courses or programs to apply.  Some of these opportunities may enable students to obtain Pinkerton Elective Credit! See Mr. Cullen in the CTE Office for additional information.

Fall Sports-Information Meetings-see link below: