Where learning is doing, and becoming.
About Maine Coast Waldorf School
Founded in 1984 as Merriconeag Waldorf School, Maine Coast Waldorf serves some 250 students from early childhood through high school. Between our early childhood-8th grade campus in Freeport and our high school at Pineland Farms, our students take advantage of acres of outdoor classrooms and woodland trails.
We foster independent thinking, creative problem solving, and a sense of connection to equip students for future challenges, while inspiring them to create their own opportunities.
At Maine Coast Waldorf School, we offer an education for life.
Join us for a tour of our high school and observe high school classes – U.S. History with David Barham, Anatomy & Physiology with Ellen Labbe and Statistics with Nathan Doan. For parents. To register: 207-865-3900, Ext. 103 or [email protected]
After the play there is a 3:00 pm dismissal for EC afternoon through Grade 12,
- 4th Annual MCWS Student/Alumni Ultimate Frisbee Game is a SuccessTuesday, November 29, 2016
Maine Coast Waldorf School students and alumni fought off the urge to slumber through the weekend after feasting on Thursday and met on the Hunter Road Fields on Saturday morning for the 4th annual student/alumni ultimate Frisbee game. A good time was had by all!Read More »
- Registrations are still open for Foundations Studies at MCWS!Tuesday, November 29, 2016
We are so close to getting our local Foundations Studies class off the ground! So close, in fact, that we are holding registrations open just a bit longer in hopes of filling just a few more spots to make the class feasible. I know it feels especially busy with the holidays at our doorsteps. But, […]Read More »
- David Sloan’s Article on Introverts is Published in RenewalTuesday, November 29, 2016
Congratulations are again in order for High School Humanities teacher David Sloan who has an article published in the new Fall/Winter 2016 issue of Renewal magazine. The article entitled “What about the Quiet Ones?” is about the importance of recognizing the strengths and contributions of introverts in a world that typically rewards extroverts. You can find a […]Read More »