Our Staff Therapist, Rebecca Henry, was recently on Maine Public Radio’s “Maine Calling” program, describing how Carlisle Academy works with... View Article
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Get a taste of Carlisle’s annual student riding show:
A great piece about Eli Gray and his time at Carlisle Academy in the Reporter. Follow the link to read... View Article
Join us on Friday, Aug 18th Veterans Family Farm Day – 10am-1pm at Carlisle Academy. We are welcoming all veterans... View Article
Thank you Gillian of the Portland Press Herald for a nice write up on Joe Reidy. He has come a... View Article
Carlisle’s partnership with UNE on was featured in a 207 story on WCSH6 recently. Watch or read the story here: http://www.wcsh6.com/news/local/207/une-students-learn-the-benefits-of-equine-therapy/370168986
Staff writer Faith Gillman wrote an in-depth article on Carlisle’s Veterans program in November’s issues of The Village magazine. Read a... View Article
Thank you to Tory Ryden and Channel 6 News for putting this piece together! We hope to spread the news about para-equestrian sport opportunities for veterans.
Head of School, Sarah Armentrout speaking with Tory Ryden on Positively Maine Podcast.
Carlisle Academy has received a federal grant from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Adaptive Sports Program to increase and expand para‐equestrian sport opportunities to disabled veterans and their coaches.
Great Young Rider Para-Dressage camp this week! International Paralympic Coach Clive Milkins put everyone through their paces and all riders... View Article
Carlisle Academy is proud to be named one of the first USEF/USPEA National Para-Equestrian Dressage Centers of Excellence! Read more... View Article
Our Therapy & Adaptive Program Director Susan Grant was recently on MPBN’s Maine Calling Radio show. Sue answered some tough... View Article
This is a nice piece by the Portland Press Herald and writer Susan Kimball – and a great tribute to this... View Article
“This Fall 2014, Sarah Chappell Armentrout was elected to the USEF Para- Equestrian High Performance Committee.” Read the full press... View Article