Gardiner Area High School

Nestled on a hill along the banks of Maine's Kennebec River, GAHS serves 660 students from the surrounding towns of Gardiner, Pittston, Randolph, and West Gardiner. Our school is part of Maine School Administrative District #11 which maintains the schools in the Gardiner area.

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2014-2015 Student mailings

This year's summer mailing will be going out tomorrow, Tuesday, August 19th. This mailing will include all paperwork needed for the start of school including first semester schedules.

GAHS Student Selected for Boys Nation!

Exciting high school news... Adam Fortier-Brown has been selected to attend Boys Nation. He was at Boys State the week after school finished and will now head to Washington very soon!

Below is his picture (far left) with the other Maine delegates. Adam will be a senior this fall.

Student Attends Meeting at Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine

As the top student in her Holocaust & Civil Rights English elective, GAHS Senior Shelby Gianelli was invited to attend the annual meeting of the Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine, held June 1st at Bates College. She is seen here pictured with Holocaust survivor Ed Benedikt and his wife Ruth. Ed escaped from the Nazis via the famed "Kindertransport" and was sheltered in England for five years before being reunited with his parents. Both he and Ruth, a retired teacher, impressed Shelby with their dedication to tolerance education.

Lace Up for Life 5K

Every year the National Honors Society of Gardiner Area High School comes together for multiple community service activities, such as an annual blood drive as well as serving hundreds of families in need for Thanksgiving dinner. This year however, in order to prepare for the Thanksgiving drive of 2014, the NHS is hosting a 5K to raise money for the baskets. This 5K will be held in Greater Gardiner on Saturday, May 31st. Registration is from 8:30am - 10:00am, with the Children’s Mile Run at 9:30am, and the 5K race at 10:00am. A BBQ will happen at 11:00am with awards at 12:00pm. Registration fees are as follows: $15 for students, $20 for adults, and $35 for family consisting of up to 6 members. The cost of the BBQ is $5 per person. Please come and join the NHS for a fabulous day of exercise, and summer goodness, along with a warm feeling of community. The NHS is looking for donations for this event and anyone interested can contact Mrs.Whitten at GAHS through school email of through school telephone communications. The NHS greatly appreciates your support!

Open House

GAHS will be hosting an Open House on Thursday, May 1, 2014 from 4-7 p.m.

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