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Fryeburg Academy ($50,535.75)

Fryeburg Academy is a coeducational boarding and day school that serves a diverse population of local day and boarding students in grades 9 through 12. The Academy provides a challenging and comprehensive academic program as well as a variety of courses and English training opportunities for international students. Besides an outstanding academic curriculum, which gives all students ample opportunity for success, the school offers a multitude of athletics, clubs, events, performances, and travel to all who wish to participate. Boarding students at Fryeburg are divided in four dormitories, each having a common area with a TV, DVD player, and computers available for student use. In addition, each room is wired for internet and phone. The city of Fryeburg is a small town of 3,500 inhabitants and an ideal place to live. Life is simple and quiet and the people are very friendly and helpful. The school is located in this traditional New England town setting at the edge of the White Mountains near oceans, rivers, lakes, and 800,000 acres of national forest. Outdoor activities are limitless every season of the year. It's no wonder why Fryeburg Academy, in its 219th year of education, continues to be a source of students, faculty, alumni, and community pride. 


Foxcroft Academy ($43,906.00)

Foxcroft Academy, one of the oldest day and boarding schools in America, is a traditional New England college preparatory school providing a strong and diverse educational program for students, grades 9 through 12. At FA, students will find impeccable support services, a multitude of extracurricular activities, and leadership opportunities. FA provides a rich environment, one that is intellectually challenging in and out of the classroom. The impressive 125 acre campus, on the Piscataquis River, is comprised of playing fields, student residential facilities, a gym, library, and academic buildings. Boarders at FA enjoy benefits of 2 modern dorm complexes with male and female wings that include a large common area with kitchen and laundry facilities, and a fireplace. Bedrooms include a bed, chair, bureau, closet, and wireless internet. Students have either 1 or 2 roommates. With Mount Katahdin, Moosehead Lake, and Baxter State Park nearby, life outside of FA is also very fulfilling. The town of Dover-Foxcroft, a small northern rural community, is known for its old New England traditions of hospitality, safety, friendliness, and neighbors taking care of neighbors. Surrounded by lakes mountains, rivers, and woods, there are plenty of recreational activities for students to discover while attending FA, especially for those who love the outdoors. 


Five Town Community School District

Camden Hills Regional High School within the Five Town Community School District serves students in grades 9 through 12 from Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville, and Rockport. Camden Hills is well-known for having a wonderful faculty, outstanding students, marvelous parents, and an extremely supportive community. It mission states "we are a community of learners that supports students in developing the knowledge and the academic, civic, and social skills that are necessary for excellence in post-secondary education and adult life in an ever-changing world. Camden Hills is located in Rockport, Maine which is a popular tourist destination and art colony. Well-loved by visitors and residents alike, the towns of Camden, Rockport, and Lincolnville are in the heart of mid-coast Maine. The mountains which meet the ocean's edge create some of the best views and hiking opportunities in the state. There are even opportunities to ski nearby at the Camden Snow Bowl, a ski and recreation area on Ragged Mountain. 


Erskine Academy ($46,520.00)

Erskine Academy, located outside the capital city of Augusta, is Maine's second largest independent school, serving nearly 700 domestic and international students. The Academy provides an academic program designed to maximize a student's potential. With over 175 course offerings, the rigorous curriculum fully prepares each student for success in any career path they choose. Comprehensive and diverse, the course offerings not only focus on the skills necessary for academic accomplishment, but also attend to the social skills needed to achieve well in life. Preparation for college is paramount as Erskine offers 11 Advanced Placement courses, as well as multiple opportunities to enroll in a college course while still attending EA. Close relationships with Colby College, University of Maine, and several others allow students the flexibility to earn college credit while still in high school. EA also offers a diverse visual and performing arts program and an expansive foreign language department consisting of study in 8 different languages and culture. Beyond providing the highest quality education experience in the area, Erskine Academy's proximity to the Maine coast, lakes, and mountains offers students ample opportunities for recreation and life adventure beyond the classroom.


Waynflete School ($39,785.69)

Waynflete School offers students a refreshing, unique approach to a college preparatory education. Each component of the program (academics, advising, arts, athletics, co-curricular activities, and community service) is carefully designed to prepare students for success after graduation. Its aim is to instill a love for learning by providing a nurturing setting and incorporating fun, exploration, and individual responsibility into education. WS enrolls the broadest age range of any school in northern New England offering opportunities for cross-age connection and learning. Its commitment to diversity is upheld as WS also enrolls students from many backgrounds. Students benefit from the small classes which foster interactive relationships with the teachers who bring with them an exceptional level of expertise as well as developmental understanding. Perhaps one of Waynflete's most distinct qualities is its strong belief in the power of human development through experiences in nature. Subsequently, its campus offers students the benefits of a rich urban environment with the value of open spaces, wooded trails, salt creeks, as well as mud flats and tidal marshlands along the riverfront. Students make the most of it as they tend to new gardens, prepare for the new school orchard, and attend study groups in nature.


Washington Academy ($48,210.00)

For more than 220 years, Washington Academy has been successfully helping young people take the first big step toward achieving their dreams. WA recognizes these dreams are as diverse as the students who attend. Each year, 400 students make a decision to attend WA, coming together to immerse themselves in courses and make use of an environment that is not typically available at other secondary schools. Students at WA will find a program or activity at WA that fits their unique personality, whether it is in the Center for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math or the Field School for Studies in Science, or the Center for Applied Technologies. Once students arrive, they are assigned a long-term advisor and a peer pair who will help them choose their courses, manage their schedule, and adjust to new life at the Academy. With a student-to-teacher ratio of 11:1, it does not take long before teachers know their students on a personal level. The safety of the school's rural area, the involvement of a small Maine community, and the sense of pride and tradition will all come together to prepare students to succeed in their new environment.  


Thornton Academy ($52,200.00)

Thornton Academy, founded in 1811, is one of New England's oldest college preparatory schools. TA is committed to providing a complete academic experience that lives up to its mission statement. A comprehensive high school program offers 140 courses that include 7 foreign languages, 30 arts courses (visual arts, music, theater, and modern dance), and 40 AP and honors courses that span the curriculum. The 80-acre campus is no exception! Facilities include classroom buildings, a theater, an arts wing, a television studio, student and faculty residences, and, finally, plenty of open space. Students living in residence halls will feel at home while also building life-long relationships, developing confidence, and learning responsibility. Brand new dormitories provide spacious bedrooms and common rooms with kitchenettes, full wiring for internet, cable TV, and voice mail in each room, and, finally, there is even a piano in each dorm. The school, located in a coastal town, is only minutes from the Atlantic Ocean, an hour from the White Mountains of Maine and New Hampshire, and 10 minutes from Maine's largest city, Portland, a hub for artistic and cultural outlets. Boston is just 90 minutes away with easy access by train. This is truly a great place to study and spend time for domestic and international students alike. 


North Yarmouth Academy ($50,901.25)

Established in 1814, North Yarmouth Academy is an independent, college preparatory coeducational day school for students in grades 5-12. Just 10 miles from downtown Portland, NYA is located in the center of historic Yarmouth, Maine. NYA's structured and challenging academic program provides students with an exceptionally strong foundation in reading, writing, and quantitative skills. The school's Advanced Placement offers courses in 14 subjects. Approximately 70% of NYA's students take AP examinations each year, many in multiple subjects. In 2009, 55% of the results were score of 4 or 5, and 82% were scores of 3, 4, or 5. NYA students participate in a wide variety of visual and performing arts programs. The school also considers its inclusive and competitive athletic program a point of distinction: students participate in athletics in each of the 3 seasons. During the school year, NYA students give thousands of hours to community service, assisting more than 55 community and civic organizations in the greater Portland area. NYA's ethic defines and articulates the school's commitment to the values of respect, perseverance, compassion, and responsibility. 


Millinocket School Department - Stearns High School ($22,105.00)

George W. Stearns High School is a coeducational public secondary school in Millinocket, Maine and is part of the Millinocket School Department. It serves students in grades 9 through 12 and offers excellent academic programs, athletic opportunities, and clubs and organizations. Highly qualified teachers instruct students in the core academic offerings of Social Studies, Math, Language Arts, and Science. Teachers look to engage students in the class and advance them towards higher levels of thinking. In all curriculum areas, Stearns High School looks to continue to meet each student's individual needs to best prepare for an ever-changing world. Stearns boasts state of the art facilities including a 1,800-seat gym, a 408-seat performing arts auditorium, and a large cafeteria. Students are encouraged to apply themselves and become involved. Stearns High School is adjacent to Millinocket Stream with Mount Katahdin as a backdrop. Mount Katahdin, Maine's highest mountain at 5,267 feet, is located at the center of Baxter State Park and is the beginning of the Appalachian Trail that winds south to Georgia.


Maine Regional School Unit 21

Maine Regional School Unit 21 encompasses the schools of Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, and Arundel. Its mission is to support and challenge every student to develop the skills, knowledge, and character needed to be responsible, productive, and adaptive learners, workers, citizens, and leaders prepared to succeed in our global society. Approximately 2,800 students attend the 6 district schools, where they are prepared for meaningful citizenship through a wide variety of academic and co-curricular programming. Kennebunk High School, the 4-year public high school within this district, is committed to providing a varied and rigorous academic program which includes many Advanced Placement courses as well as the International Baccalaureate program. KHS serves a population of 701 students with 56 full-time faculty members. Forty-five members of the current staff hold masters degrees or higher. Within a safe and caring environment, each student will be encouraged to realize his or her fullest potential and become a lifelong learner, as well as a responsible member of society. Situated on the Atlantic Ocean 30 minutes south of Portland and one and a half hours north of Boston, Massachusetts, students enjoy living in one of New England's most beautiful and accessible locales.