Morgan Fusco '21 Named Triple-Impact Competitor Finalist

Congratulations to Morgan Fusco '21 on being named a top 15 finalist for the Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship program by Positive Coaching Alliance/New England (PCA/NE).

A Triple-Impact Competitor is an athlete who works to improve oneself, teammates, and the game as a whole. These individuals play a special role in aligning with the Positive Coaching Alliance’s mission to create positive programs, better athletes,
and better people.

Fusco plays for the soccer and softball team at Fryeburg Academy and has earned a position as a goalkeeper and a catcher, respectively. She has been instrumental in developing a positive team culture, inspiring her teammates with her work ethic and encouragement. 

"For me, sports are more than just games we play," says Fusco. “Sports are a way that kids and adults, including myself, express themselves, their character, and values in life.” To learn more about the Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship program, click here.
 
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List of 5 news stories.

  • Seniors Named College Board National Recognition Scholars

    Five Fryeburg Academy seniors have been named College Board National Recognition Scholars,  scoring in the top 2.5% of  2019 PSAT/NMSQT test takers and identifying as one or more of the following: African American, Hispanic American, Latinx, Indigenous, or attending school in a rural area and/or come from a small town. These students are Kyleana Carbone, Ava Chadbourne, Kaia DeVries, Quang Nguyen, and Andrii Obertas. 

    Additionally, the College Board has recognized Kaia DeVries as a Commended Scholar for achieving a score that was among the highest 50,000 scores on tests taken. 1.7 million students nationally took the 2019 PSAT/NMSQT.
  • Engaging Maine High Schoolers in Cube Satellite Development

    Lanba, Asheesh. University of Southern Maine, October 9, 2020, "USM Voices: Engaging Maine high schoolers in Cube Satellite development."

    Despite trying times with the current pandemic, science must go on. On Saturday, Sept. 26th, the University of Southern Maine kicked off a series of workshops intended to engage Maine high school students in Cube Satellite development.
    CubeSats are small research satellites that are made up of multiples of 10 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm, that have ushered in a new era of space research, allowing high-schools and universities to participate in this one very niche field. The workshop had prestigious speakers that included an award-winning educator, engineers work at NASA and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), a commercial CubeSat kit company and USM faculty.
  • FA's Opening Week

    The academic year at Fryeburg Academy is in full swing with in-person learning for over 450 day students and 60 resident students who hail from 16 different countries (China, Vietnam, Canada, Kenya, Ivory Coast, Spain, South Korea, Turkey, Rwanda, Ghana, Morocco, Ukraine, Cyprus, Japan/Russia, Nepal, and the United States).  Additionally, another 40 day students have opted to attend the Academy remotely, and 14 international students are participating in the Academy's newly launched remote learning program — World Classroom@FryeburgAcademy.
  • Fryeburg Academy's Fall Sports

    After a long-awaited green light from the Maine Principals' Association, FA student-athletes have finally been able to take to the fields to participate in their respective sports. 
  • Morgan Fusco '21 Named Triple-Impact Competitor Finalist

    Congratulations to Morgan Fusco '21 on being named a top 15 finalist for the Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship program by Positive Coaching Alliance/New England (PCA/NE).

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