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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Poetry Out Loud

GAHS English students have been busy memorizing their poem selections for the Poetry Out Loud classroom contests which will be held this week! The school wide contest will be Thursday, December 17th at 5pm in the Little Theatre. Thank you to Aaron Montell for designing the POL poster!

Mr. Klofas, Sidney Bartunek and Katelin Malinowski reciting their poems in the Library Commons.

Tristan Hebert and Mrs. Gingras looking over a poem.

Aaron Montell's POL poster.

College Essay Writing Workshop

Thank you to our GAHS guidance counselors, Mrs. Pelton and Mrs. Folsom, and the English Department for hosting the "College Essay Writing Workshop" held in the Library Commons.

Students got assistance with their college essays as well as filling out the Common Application. Our own Lindsey Greenleaf officially applied to three colleges today! Way to go Lindsey and all seniors who took advantage of this great opportunity.

"No Shave" November

The GAHS Library Commons is supporting "No Shave November" for cancer awareness.
Thank you to Devon Maschino, Jake Folsom, and Cam Bell for showing their support!

Gardiner Area High School's Drama Club proudly presents, The Diary of Anne Frank.

The GAHS Drama Club (in conjunction with our Civil Rights Team and the Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine) proudly presents The Diary of Anne Frank, a show students have been working on since early September.

Devon Hall is featured in the title role, along with cast mates Chase Tomberlin (portraying Otto Frank, Anne's father), Melanie Mansir (Mrs. Edith Frank), Sara Blair (Margot Frank), Olivia Turner (Mrs. Van Daan), Cole Alberti (Mr. Van Daan), Pierce Kempkes (Peter Van Daan), Tyler Quirion (Mr. Dussel), Emily Allen & Brooke Moloney (Miep Geis), and Michael Martin (Mr. Kraler). Our Tech. Crew is led by seniors Ian Fyfe, Jillian Moore, Matteo Ortiz, and Abby Corson, along with Drew Gordon, Lilly Lancaster, Lauren Mathews, Alli Dumond, & Leah Woodard.

Tickets for next week's performances will be available outside the Little Theater Oct. 27, 28, & 29 from 3:30 until 7pm, or via email request to Christina Benedict:
Tickets will also be sold at the door. Adults tickets are $8, Student & Senior Tickets are $5.

Our group is honored to have been asked to perform this powerful story at the Holocaust & Human Rights Center on November 9th, the first high school group in Maine to stage a production there.

Gardiner Area High School's Drama Club proudly presents, The Diary of Anne Frank.

A Play in Two Acts
November 4th at 3pm
November 5th, 6th, and 7th at 7pm
GAHS Little Theater

November 9th at 7pm
Holocaust & Human Rights Center of Maine, Klahr Center

Cost is $5 for students & senior citizens, $8 for adults.

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