The Farrand Era Begins

Samuel Farrand serves as Headmaster, doing away with the girls’ division and establishing Newark Academy as a boys’ school. Under his leadership, enrollment increases and the Academy’s reputation flourishes.

“For forming the character of a child it is important that his better emotions be continually called into exercise.”–Samuel Farrand, Headmaster, 1859-1865, 1875-1908

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