Adult Education

We welcome adults in our communities to participate in a variety of learning opportunities.

Office Location:
Gardiner Area High School

The Adult Education Office is located at Gardiner Area High School in the C-Wing.
We welcome visitors. Office hours are:
Monday - Thursday 9:00 - 5:00 pm & 6:00 - 8:00 pm
Friday 9:00 - 2:00 pm

Director: Diann Bailey
Secretaries: Brenda Evans & Mary Lou Sullivan

Also visit: http://msad11.maineadult...

2017 Adult Education Graduates

Congratulations to all 2017 graduates! We had a wonderful graduation ceremony and wish all our graduates the very best.

Equivalency Diplomas were awarded to Mark Barton, Harmony Dickey, John Maxwell, William Peaslee, Trevor Rideout, Richard Ross, Caleb Rossman, Christopher Rossman, Naomi Rossman, Teia Rossman, Kayla Sutter, George Tatsak, and Tiffany Wells.

Scholarships and Awards:

Mary Jane Small Scholarship: Kayla Sutter
Michael J. Carrie Scholarship: Harmony Dickey
Robinson Trust Scholarship: Mark Barton, Tiffany Wells
Gardiner Rotary Club Scholarship: John Maxwell, Kayla Sutter
Highest Achievement Award: Richard Ross
SOAR Award: Harmony Dickey

Pictured in photo: left to right: Christopher Rossman, Teia Rossman, Naomi Rossman, Caleb Rossman, Richard Ross, John Maxwell, Harmony Dickey, Tiffany Wells, and Kayla Sutter. Absent from photo: Mark Barton, William Peaslee, Trevor Rideout, and George Tatsak.

Maine Lighthouse Adventure on June 3!

On JUNE 3, join us for an adventure by land and sea exploring the legends and lore of lighthouses in the Boothbay Harbor area.

Board the passenger vessel Novelty at Pier 8 in Boothbay Harbor for a comfortable 90- minute cruise through inshore waters by Ram Island Light, Cuckolds Lighthouse, Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, Monhegan Light and Seguin Island Light (some locations are weather permitting).

Your voyage then takes a dramatic turn as you make landfall on historic Burnt Island to explore Burnt Island Light, built in 1821 and still a working lighthouse. The group will have exclusive access to the island as your qualified Red Cloak Tour Guide leads you back in time, exploring the historically restored facilities on the island, including the keeper's residence and the lighthouse.

Register online today at

John Ford and Mark Nickerson Coming on April 13!

John Ford is coming back, but this time with his friend, Mark Nickerson.

Join Maine authors, John Ford (retired game warden) and Mark Nickerson (retired Maine State Trooper) for a night that will leave you laughing, while at the same time pointing out the dangers and hazards of being a Maine game warden and Maine State Trooper.

Ford and Nickerson have become two of Maine's favorite storytellers, appearing at libraries and other venues across the state sharing their hilarious "back in the day" stories of law enforcement.

John Ford has authored three books, "Suddenly the Cider Didn't Taste So Good", This Cider Still Tastes Funny!, and Deer Diaries, while Mark Nickerson has written two books, Blue Lights in the Night, and Behind the Blue Lights. Their books will be available for purchase at the end of the presentation.

Their author talk will run from 6:00-8:00 p.m. in the ATM Room at Gardiner High School.

Registration fee is $10.

Click on this link to register: https://msad11.coursesto...

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