Thank you for your interest in Waynflete. We serve students and families from Preschool through Grade 12 by offering a rich, challenging, and inventive curriculum. The school actively seeks students who will contribute to our dynamic community as well as benefit from our program.
We are now accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic year. Students may join the Waynflete community at every grade level, and are encouraged to apply for any grade. The grades expand in Preschool, Kindergarten, Grade Four, Grade Six and Grade Nine.
As a first step, we invite you to explore our website (including a welcome message from Head of School Geoff Wagg) to learn about our superb faculty, close student-teacher relationships, and a curriculum that combines rigor, fun, and a genuine love of ideas. In the Admission pages, you’ll find details about the many opportunities to learn more about Waynflete and everything you need to apply. But the best way to learn about Waynflete is to visit our campus. We invite you to call our Admission team at 207-774-5721, ext. 1224, or complete our information request form to arrange a parent and student visit. For your convenience, we try to schedule these on the same day.
Each applicant receives equal consideration regardless of gender, cultural, ethnic or economic status. Waynflete works to create and sustain an equitable and just environment for all members of our school community. It is school policy not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, sexual orientation or disability.
We believe there is no place for racist or biased language, attitudes, behavior or actions at Waynflete. Thus, we actively confront any form of racism, racist behavior or other bias as part of our effort to foster a safe and respectful learning environment.
This commitment should permeate all programs, actions and relationships at Waynflete: curricular and co-curricular, personal and professional. Waynflete is committed to making it possible for each member of the community to feel valued and to participate in all aspects of school life.