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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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Congratulations to Mariah Lang from GAHS! She is moving on to the State Finals in the Poetry Out Loud Competition on March 11th at the Waterville Opera House. She emerged as one of five champions from a field of 18 competitors at the Northern Regional POL contest held on February 27th at Hampden Academy! GAHS will send a student on to the state finals for the 6th year in a row. She is one of 2015's 10 strongest POL contestants from over 10,000 young people who began in classroom competitions throughout Maine! Brilliant job, Mariah!
Tristan Richmond, Sam Dolley, and Adam Fortier-Brown came in 1st in our region and 8th out of 110 teams across the state in the Titan Challenge. These students served as the "CEO" of a virtual company and made five key decisions including setting the product's price, production levels, marketing expenses, research & development expenses, and capital improvement expenses. This was an optional opportunity that the boys took advantage of for Ms. McNaughton's entrepreneurship class.
No candy, no flowers no dinner for Valentine's Day....just a "Blind Date With A Book!"
Stop in to see which book is your match!
Receiving Honorable Mention at the state level are:
• Samantha Beneski, for her poetry
• Autumn Fitzmaurice, for her Science Fiction/fantasy story
• Amber Perry, for her flash fiction piece
• Meaghan Williams, for her flash fiction piece
Receiving TWO awards is:
• Isaac Boissenneau, a Gold Key winner for his short story "We Walk" and a Silver Key for his poetry "The Four Sonnets"
These distinguished writers will have their work published in an anthology and will be recognized at an award ceremony at the University of Southern Maine on Friday, February 27. Good luck Isaac as “We Walk” continues on in the national competition.
Special thanks to Curriculum Director, Ms. Joseph, for paying all of our entry fees, to Mrs. DeSoto for mentoring Isaac, and to Ms. Butterfield for shepherding Mrs. Benedict’s Creative Writing Class (and Mrs. B!) through this process.
Good evening, this is Pat Hopkins, Superintendent of Schools for MSAD 11. Due to an unanticipated, significant waterline break requiring immediate repair at the high school, there will be no school Wednesday, February 4 at Gardiner Area High School ONLY.
Again, ONLY the high school will not have school tomorrow, Wednesday, February 4 due to a significant waterline break.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
McGee Construction & Cote Crane & Rigging working at GAHS today. Great job!!!