Where learning is doing, and becoming.
About Maine Coast Waldorf School
Founded in 1984 as Merriconeag Waldorf School, Maine Coast Waldorf serves over 270 students from early childhood through high school. Our early childhood-12th grade campus in Freeport offers our students state-of-the-art buildings, as well as 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.
Now offering round trip bus service from Cape Elizabeth, South Portland, Portland and Falmouth!
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Organized and taught by The Resilience Hub, the largest permaculture design and education organization in New England. Co-hosted by Maine Coast Waldorf School on their beautiful 80 acre campus in Freeport. For more information visit maine-pdc.com or call 207-370-7697.
Master of the Bow presented by the 5th grade class.
All parents welcome!
- Moving into the New Music RoomsTuesday, January 9, 2018
Nancy Roderick and Chris Chasse were thrilled to welcome students into the new music rooms this morning. Everyone is happy that the students now have spaces to store their boots and instruments, and classrooms equipped with everything needed to make beautiful music. Many thanks to Nancy and Chris, the Campus Planning Committee members, and Jacob […]Read More »
- Moving into the New CafeTuesday, January 9, 2018
On the first day back from winter break the new cafe was warmly inaugurated at lunchtime by 50 high school students (and homemade cookies). This fall, high school students have been bringing their lunches, and have had the option to purchase food three days a week (pizza and soup provided by middle school classes, and Li’s […]Read More »
- There is a 2 hour delay this morning, January 5thFriday, January 5, 2018
It looks like this blizzard is over and we are able to welcome the students to school today. The volume of snow – coupled with the winds and snow drifts – is requiring us to allow extra time for the school (and, presumably, a number of you) to be plowed. As such, we will begin this […]Read More »