“So faith, hope, love remain, these three; but the greatest of these is love.” 1 Cor 13:13
It is no coincidence that Mount Royal Academy’s Virtue Formation Program features the virtue of charity in December. In the dead of winter, when the world is cast in barren darkness, the Church remembers and celebrates the greatest act of charity in all of history: the Word made flesh. God dwelt among us and revealed the depths of His love. This supreme act of love demands a response. The response takes shape in the kind and merciful acts carried out by MRA students in many ways.
Recently, students from...Read More
Northeast Catholic College is a fellow Catholic institution and Mount Royal Academy wishes to make this wonderful opportunity known to our families and friends:
Northeast Catholic College is pleased to announce that His Eminence Raymond Leo Cardinal Burke will visit the college on April 4, 2016. His Eminence currently serves as the Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta and previously served as the Cardinal Prefect of the Supreme Tribunal of the Apostolic Signatura.
During his visit, the Cardinal will lead sung Morning Prayer, offer several conferences for the students and member...
As excitement begins to build leading up to Christmas, it is appropriate and healthy to pause for a few reasons.
Happy New Year! Advent marks the beginning of our liturgical year. The Church fittingly places a season filled with waiting, expecting, and hoping at the start of a new year. This serves as a reminder that our lives are but a pro-longed period of waiting before we meet our benevolent, magnanimous, and loving Creator. And during the hustle and bustle of what has become an uncomfortably hectic season, it is critical that we all take a moment to reflect on where we are...Read More
Mount Royal Academy Christmas Lessons and Carols with Nativity Tableau at La Salette Shrine, Enfield
A service of Lessons and Carols with accompanying tableau of the Christmas story will be performed by the students of Mount Royal Academy at La Salette Shrine in Enfield, December 19th at 5:15 pm. This meditative service tells the story of redemption through brief scripture readings, carols, and a silent costumed display by the children. “Lessons and Carols gives us a little pause of quiet beauty and joyful expectation within the busy time before Christmas”, said Katherine Yost, one of the ...Read More
Mount Royal Academy has announced Academic Awards for the 1st Quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Thirty-three students earned a position on the Headmaster’s List with a 4.0 average for the 1st quarter.
More than 60% of the student body attained Honor Roll recognition; placing on the Headmaster’s List, the High Honors List (no more than one B), or the Honors List (no more than one C).
Headmaster’s List: Emily Beturne, Lucja Fryckowska, Finn McColgan, Lindsey Smrkovsky, Mary Walsh
High Honors: Paige Hall, Benjamin Harman
Honors: Jackson Barns, Maia Dow, Hope Goyette, Blake La Mothe, S...Read More
The results of the new standardized test were released this week, accentuating a rather divisive conversation among educators, parents, and legislators. Headlines declare the results indicate 44% of graduates are not "college or career ready".
The NH Commissioner of Education went so far as to say the test results are not news; after all, using the results to measure success against Smarter Balance's predecessor - NECAP - is like comparing apples and oranges. The Board of Education is quick to state that these results are not surprising. Virginia Barry and the NH DOE classified ...Read More
Today marked the 8th Annual Veterans Luncheon at Mount Royal Academy. We would like to extend a special thank you to the parent volunteers, students, and teachers. It is true, we should never forget the sacrifices of others, and each year we take this opportunity to commemorate veterans.Read More
This article on the was written by Mitchell Kalpakgian who teaches High School Humanities at Mount Royal Academy.
The Virtue of Foresight
Just as God in His Divine Providence foresees man’s needs and plans for them, man too needs to be provident—to be far-seeing, to think ahead, to be mindful of consequences, and to realize that the outcome of the future depends on the choices of today. Created in God’s image, man imitates God by providing for others and acting with prudence about the future with the virtue of foresight. For example, God’s all-wise plan for life--envisioning a child’s needs-- ...Read More
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 01, 2015
SUNAPEE, New Hampshire - The public is warmly invited to the Gala Celebration of Mount Royal Academy's renewed music program on Thursday, October 15, at 7:30pm in the Saint Joseph Center at Mount Royal Academy. There will be an opera singer, a Chicago-based pianist described by the Wall Street Journal as, "particularly impressive," and a dessert reception. The evening's events are a gift to the public by the music program's benefactors; admission is free to all and no tickets are required.
The arrival of a new grand piano accen...Read More
First off, I just want to thank you all for your patience and positive feedback as we begin another school year. On the first day of school the student body gathered to pray a rosary. As we were praying the rosary, I asked Our Lady for inspiration. It occurred to me that I had nothing prepared to say to the students, and then suddenly it hit me - dynamics and dignity.
No school year is ever the same as before. Each new year features different dynamics: new classroom arrangements, new faces, and new phases of maturation. In spite of outward changes, the inward dignity of each chi...Read More