Mudflats, Music and Mollusks: The Seniors’ Hermit Island Trip Mudflats, Music and Mollusks: The Seniors’ Hermit Island Trip
Thursday, September 29, 2016

As part of their zoology block, the Class of 2017 spent all of last week studying marine biology at Hermit Island, along with nearly one hundred Waldorf students from four other Waldorf schools. The week was crammed with activities—joint morning lessons, tide pool explorations, poetry and painting workshops, microscope and dune ecology labs, campfires and […]

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Class of 2018 Travels to Quebec Class of 2018 Travels to Quebec
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Tuesday morning, September 27th, the class of 2018 plus Sereina, our exchange student from Switzerland, packed into a HS van and off we went! Our fearless driver, David Barham, took us safely to beautiful Quebec city, where we arrived some 6 hours later. For the next 4 days, our 11th grade students explored the narrow […]

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And so it begins!
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Here we go!  Warren Construction arrived last week to start up the renovation of Community Hall.  When the porta potty arrived, we knew it was getting real.  And today, the fencing arrived! To catch all of the exciting updates, please follow the progress on instagram:  mainecoastwaldorfschool and for those who love a good tweet: @MaineCoastWald […]

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Middle School Cross Country News Middle School Cross Country News
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

On Friday, 9/30, the middle school team traveled to Smiling Hill Farm in Westbrook for the Scarborough Invitational where 23 teams from across the state converged on the two mile course over fields, trails, and farm roads.  It was a little chilly for spectators but prime conditions for our runners once the races got started. […]

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High School Cross Country News High School Cross Country News
Wednesday, September 28, 2016

You might think with grades 9-12 having been away on trips last week that not much was going on in the world of high school cross country, however it’s turned out to have been a big week.  In the Friday edition of the Portland Press Herald, our own Tucker Pierce received Honorable Mention in the Athlete […]

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Campaign Coverage in the Tri-Town Weekly Campaign Coverage in the Tri-Town Weekly
Tuesday, September 27, 2016

“Maine Coast Waldorf School in Freeport has embarked on a $300,000 fundraising effort, which will cap off a $6.1 million capital campaign for major construction projects – including a new high school just started on the Desert Road campus. . http://news.keepmecurrent.com/waldorf-school-launches-expansion-fundraising/

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Documentary Showing a Success Documentary Showing a Success
Monday, September 26, 2016

On Sunday, September 25, Maine Coast Waldorf School had the honor of co-sponsoring Clennon King’s documentary “Passage at St. Augustine” at Merrill Memorial Library in Yarmouth. The film brings to light the largely forgotten violent events at St. Augustine, Florida in the summer of 1964 that ultimately led to the passage of the Civil Rights […]

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Middle School Cross Country Middle School Cross Country
Monday, September 26, 2016

Thursday the 22nd brought the first day of fall but a last day of summer weather for our middle school races at Cape Elizabeth where we met up with Greely, St. Dominic’s, Waynflete, Jordan Small (Raymond), and our host team.  This course can be a bit tricky with several transitions from narrow trail to open […]

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High School Cross Country High School Cross Country
Monday, September 26, 2016

This past Friday the cross country team raced in Gray with Poland, St. Dom’s and Gray-New Gloucester all running up and then down Libby Hill.  The boys team had an extraordinarily strong showing, with all five scoring runners finishing in the top 10 (Tucker Pierce-1, Dylan Wu-2, Nick Neveu-3, Eli Gundersen-9, Calvin Soule-10), making this […]

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