Facilities and Location

Our playgrounds, fields, and trails are also our classrooms. From kindergarten through twelfth grade, students enjoy our state-of-the-art school buildings set on 75 acres in rural Freeport.

We measure our classrooms in acres instead of square feet.

Freeport Campus

Comprised of 75 acres of fields and woodland trails, we are located about three miles from Freeport harbor. Six state-of-the-art buildings are home to our early childhood programs and grades 1-12. Our teachers took an active role in designing the buildings to meet our program needs. Each day-lit classroom has hardwood floors, a sink, and direct access to the outdoors. We are committed to energy efficiency and environmental stewardship, with a vision for a campus that’s a model for a sustainable landscape.

Facilities include a dedicated handcraft building, a woodshop, and a community hall for student performances, assemblies, and school-wide gatherings, as well as events such as public talks, after-school programs, and weekend workshops.

We use our extensive campus for play and study, gardening and camping, cultural events and recreation. Maine Coast has competitive cross-country running and Nordic ski teams; our trails are active across all seasons.

Directions To Our Freeport Campus (57 Desert Road, Freeport):

From Interstate 295, take Exit 20 (Desert Road). Travel 1.2 miles west. The driveway to Grades 1-8 is on the left, just past the school sign. The driveway to the Early Childhood Center and the Admissions Office is on the right, just 25 yards down Desert Road.

High School

 

Maine Coast's new state-of-the-art Waldorf high school building will open fall of 2017 on a 6-acre parcel adjacent to the grade school off Desert Road, just a couple of minutes from Interstate 295. The building will support the high school’s increasing enrollment and the vision to bring the entire student body together on one campus. Briburn of Portland designed the new high school. It is a net zero energy building and will be constructed using sustainable materials and methods. Construction of the new building began fall 2016.