List of 6 news stories.

  • NA Boys’ Tennis Wins Non-Public B State Title

    Newark Academy boys’ tennis won the Non-Public B State Championship, defeating Pingry 5-0 at Mercer County Park in West Windsor, NJ. The win is the ninth straight Non-Public B State Title and 26th in 28 years for NA. Read more about the Minutemen’s amazing title run at
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  • NA’s Classical Musicians Host Evening of Chamber Music

    Come celebrate great music with for an Evening of Chamber Music and hear Newark Academy’s classical musicians will play solos and chamber music on May 30 in the Middle School Common Room at 7:00 p.m. Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Saint-Saens, Borodin, Dont, Sarasate, Gliere, Ibert, and Hovhaness compositions will be featured in this final concert of the year. Admission is free.
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  • Sam Goldenring ’16 Medals at NCAA Championship

    Newark Academy alum and standout golfer Sam Goldenring ’16 finished first at the NCAA Division III Golf Championships. Sam, a junior at Williams College, was an All-State selection while at NA. Read more about the 2019 Medalist.
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  • Alex Kotzen ’19 Wins Essex County Title

    Newark Academy’s Alex Kotzen ‘19 defeated Leo Kupferman of Montclair 6-2, 6-0 in the Essex County Tournament (ECT) singles final at Livingston High on May 18, 2019. Thomas Ito ’18 was the last Minuteman to win the ECT singles crown in 2017, and Chris Paradis ’16 won it in 2016. This is Alex's first ECT title. He was injured the past two years and he played second singles as a freshman in 2016.
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  • NA Boys’ Golf wins the Non-Public B State Title

    The Newark Academy golf team won the Non-Public B State Championship with a score of 335, 14 strokes better than Montclair Kimberly Academy. It’s the first state championship in boys’ golf since 2011.
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  • NA Boys’ Tennis Wins 9th Straight Sectional Title

    The Newark Academy varsity boys’ tennis team won the Non-Public B Sectional Championship for the ninth year in a row, defeating Dwight Englewood 5-0.
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