MCWS Alum Delivers Grandparents Day AddressMCWS Alum Delivers Grandparents Day Address
Thursday, May 25, 2017

Those of you who were lucky enough to be in the Community Hall for Grandparents Day on the morning of May 12th were treated to a wonderful talk by the talented Class of 2012 alum, Liza Simmons. Liza has since graciously shared the transcript of her talk with us and we are including it below.  […]

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MCWS Seniors to Perform “Look Homeward, Angel”MCWS Seniors to Perform “Look Homeward, Angel”
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

For their last artistic collaboration before they graduate, the Maine Coast Waldorf High School Class of 2017 is busily preparing their production of Look Homeward, Angel, based on Thomas Wolfe’s classic coming-of-age novel. Performances will be Tuesday evening, May 30 (an open dress rehearsal), followed by a school performance on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m., and […]

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MCWS Students Attend Maine All-State Music FestivalMCWS Students Attend Maine All-State Music Festival
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Maine Coast Waldorf senior Thomas McLaughlin and sophomore Finn Dierks-Brown attended the Maine All-State Music Festival held at the University of Maine at Orono May 18-20. They were selected by audition from hundreds of students across the state who auditioned for this incredible musical experience. The students had the wonderful opportunity to meet new friends […]

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Maine Model United Nations Conference XIXMaine Model United Nations Conference XIX
Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Seventeen students from the high school attended the Maine Model UN at USM Gorham May 17- 19. Representing the countries of Kiribati, Nepal, Singapore, Argentina, Tunisia, Guinea Bissau and the NGO Greenpeace in a variety of UN committees, the students worked hard to prepare to become delegates accurately representing their country’s positions. Along with 550 […]

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Be Sure to Read David Barham’s Article in RenewalBe Sure to Read David Barham’s Article in Renewal
Monday, May 15, 2017

Maine Coast Waldorf High School Humanities Teacher David Barham has an article in the current issue of Renewal magazine (Spring/Summer 2017). The article entitled, “Teaching Medieval History in Grades Six and Eleven” elucidates what we mean by a developmental approach to education by using the Medieval History block to illustrate how we educate the feeling […]

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Student Poets Honored at Merriconeag Poetry FestivalStudent Poets Honored at Merriconeag Poetry Festival
Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Edward Little High School senior Barrak Abdraba earned the top prize at the Tenth Annual Merriconeag Poetry Festival, held Sunday, April 30 at Maine Coast Waldorf School in Freeport.  Abdraba, born in Iraq, wrote a poem entitled “A Message” that contained Arabic phrases as well as English, describing an immigrant family’s heartbreaking separation.   Second place […]

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Running for BaroqueRunning for Baroque
Tuesday, May 2, 2017

Thank you to all that came out and ran the Coastal Youth Orchestra 5K! “Go for Baroque….out and Bach!” Maine Coast Waldorf School had a great showing with Tucker Pierce winning the race with a time of 17:34.61! Also in the top 15 was Nick Neveu, Eli Gundersen, Matinicus Neveu, Max Waldron, Nord Samuelson (Parent!!!) […]

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