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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Civil Rights Team

The GAHS Civil Rights Team's annual trip to the Great Impasta in Brunswick! Fantastic young people who represent our community so well out in the world! Thank you to Jillian Moore & Ian Fyfe for being our alumni VIPs, to Mr. Steve Lerette for chaperoning, to Chase Tomberlin for his cameo appearance (dashing down the street from Bowdoin College life), & to Debbie Peacock for driving us with gusto! Wonderful jaunt, indeed!

Senior Internship in progress

Eli Kropp, a senior at GAHS, is working in partnership with the Maine Department of Transportation (MDOT) through our Senior Internship Program. Eli interns with the MDOT every other school day as part of his course work. He is currently surveying the high school parking lot using a Trimble Global Positioning System (GPS) provided by the MDOT. Once completed he will transfer the data he has collected onto a computer and produce a print out of the areas he has mapped. The printout will be used by the school district to improve the traffic flow in the high school parking lot.

Day of Caring Rescheduled

This fall's Day Of Caring, that was scheduled for October 6, has been postponed due to a lack of projects available in the area. We are in the process of re-scheduling this event for the spring of 2017 and will share the date with everyone as soon as we are able to confirm an available date with the United Way Of Kennebec Valley. Thursday, October 6 will now be a regular day of school. We will follow an "O-Day" schedule with classes being shortened to accommodate time for a school-wide rally from 12:45 - 1:55. The change for October 6 will not change any other O or B days. Tuesday, October 11 will still be an "O" day. This schedule will be shared with everyone by Friday, September 23. Thank you to everyone for your anticipated cooperation with this change. Please see Mr. Kempton or Ms. Pare if you have any questions.

Open House

Today, Thursday, September 8, we will be having an “Open House” from 4pm to 7pm to give everyone an opportunity to meet our faculty and help get the school year off to a positive start. As part of this event, Mr. Kempton will be having an informational meeting at 6pm in our Little Theatre for the parents and guardians of our incoming ninth graders and parents of students who are new to our district. The agenda will include information about the graduation requirements for the class of 2020, an overview of our expectations for all students, information about a variety of school events that will be taking place, and an opportunity for people to ask questions.
The Guidance office will also be hosting a College Night Planning & Financial Aid meeting for senior students and their parents. 6pm in the ATM room

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