Three Maine Coast Waldorf High School Students are 2019 Maine Literary Award Finalists Three Maine Coast Waldorf High School Students are 2019 Maine Literary Award Finalists
Friday, May 17, 2019

The Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance recently announced their 2019 Maine Literary Awards Finalists and three Maine Coast Waldorf High School students were among them.  Senior Wilson Haims and sophomore Grace Kessler are finalists in the Youth Fiction Category and sophomore Aniela Holtrop is a finalist in the Youth Poetry Competition.  The winners will be […]

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Maine Coast Waldorf High School Places First in the Maine Drama Festival’s Regional Class B CompetitionMaine Coast Waldorf High School Places First in the Maine Drama Festival’s Regional Class B Competition
Monday, March 11, 2019

Maine Coast Waldorf High School’s one act production, “Metamorphosis,” placed first in the Maine Drama Festival Regional Class B competition on Friday, March 8th, at Bonny Eagle High School. Senior Charles Van West and junior Brenna Moore were both named to the All-Festival Cast. Other cast members  – Carly Blackburn, Lauren Eichler, Ava Teegarden and […]

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High School Teacher’s Poem Nominated for Rhysling’s Best Sci-fi/Fantasy Poem Award High School Teacher’s Poem Nominated for Rhysling’s Best Sci-fi/Fantasy Poem Award
Monday, March 4, 2019

High School Humanities teacher, John Reinhart, had his poem, “Curse of Waccasassa Lagoon,” recently nominated for the Rhysling Award for best sci-fi/fantasy poem published in 2018. Though it originally appeared in Dreams & Nightmares, it has been reprinted online and you can read it here: http://talesmoonlitpath.com/poetry__trashed/reinhart/. According to the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association’s […]

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Nine MCWS Students Participate in MMEA District Instrumental Honors Festival Nine MCWS Students Participate in MMEA District Instrumental Honors Festival
Thursday, January 24, 2019

Maine Coast Waldorf high school students Isla Barmby, Nora Goldberg-Courtney, Aniela Holtrop, Grace Kessler, Louis Walker, and middle school students, Alec Benton, Jack Byrne, Ruby Harrison, and Lydia Sharp traveled to Oxford Hills High School to participate in the District Instrumental Honors Festival on January 11th and 12th. The festival is sponsored by the Maine Music […]

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Maine Coast Waldorf School Student & Faculty Are Winners in Freeport Historical Society Writing Contest Maine Coast Waldorf School Student & Faculty Are Winners in Freeport Historical Society Writing Contest
Monday, January 14, 2019

In December, Maine Coast Waldorf School ninth graders submitted short stories for the Second Annual Freeport Historical Society Writing Contest that focused on the current exhibit’s theme of blacksmiths and shopkeepers. Freshman Wes Teegarden’s story won first place in the high school category, and German and Humanities teacher Ann Coltman took home second place in […]

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The Waldorf® School Postcard Exchange – A Worldwide Collaboration Connecting Students Around the World… with Postcards The Waldorf® School Postcard Exchange – A Worldwide Collaboration Connecting Students Around the World… with Postcards
Sunday, January 13, 2019

 Maine Coast Waldorf School is participating in a worldwide postcard exchange initiative to both broaden the global perspective of students and kick-off the 100-year celebration of Waldorf® Education planned for 2019.  Throughout 2018, students in 1,100 Waldorf schools from greater than 80 countries are sending a postcard to every other Waldorf school in the world. […]

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Our Annual Green-Up Day is Thursday, August 30th Our Annual Green-Up Day is Thursday, August 30th
Monday, August 20, 2018

Parents and children of all ages are invited to Maine Coast Waldorf School’s annual Green-Up Day on Thursday August 30th, from 2:00 – 5:00 pm at 57 Desert Road, Freeport.  Help us celebrate the start of the new school year by working and learning together, as we “green-up” our campus. Meet at the picnic table, by the Grades 1-4 […]

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