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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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Are you moving to one of the communities in MSAD#11 and want to register your children in school before school starts?
All high school students (grade 9-12) can call (207)582-3150 to register. Ask for Jackie Pare (assistant principal), Chad Kempton (principal), or Jean Powers (guidance).
60 hours of community service is a graduation requirement
- The volunteer work may be completed at one or more of the pre-approved sites listed below.
- If a student wishes to complete hours at other sites, they must get prior approval from their homeroom adviser or an administrator.
Summer Educational Opportunities
As summer approaches colleges send information on Educational Opportunities happening on their campuses for high school students. Below is a listing of some summer programs. All forms needed to register can be found on the college websites or located in the Guidance Office in a binder marked “Summer Educational Opportunities”.
This page is updated as materials are received in the Guidance Office.
Putney Student Travel:
Community service, global awareness, cultural exploration, language learning and pre-college enrichment trips offered around the world plus Alaska & Hawaii at various dates throughout the summer. Scholarships available
The Maine Department of Education (DOE) announced that all high school teachers and administrators would get new laptops this Fall. Along with the new laptops, teachers and administrators will receive professional development and support.
Although funding for the student laptops has not been secured, the DOE hopes to expand the MLTI project for Maine high school students in 2008-2009.
For more information, read the DOE press release below:
21st Century High School Teacher Tools and Resources
Table Of Contents
Mission Statement Page 3
Maine Learning Results Guiding Principles Page 3-4
MSAD#11 Code Of Conduct Page 4
Academic Honor Code Page 4-5
Academic Requirements Page 5
Activities And Organizations Page 5
Adult Education & Extended Day Programs Page 5
Advanced Placement Courses Page 5