Waynflete School 360 Spring Street Portland, Maine 04102 207.774.5721



Waynflete's athletic program encourages collective and individual achievement at all three school levels. Physical education in the Lower School allows students to have fun and develop gross motor skills. Middle School students build a foundation for team sports through a variety of competitive and non-competitive sports and activities, such as volleyball, lacrosse and dance.

By the time students reach the Upper School, they can compete at the varsity or junior varsity level. While winning is not paramount, the qualities that create winning teams—hard work, leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship and a never-give-up attitude—are emphasized. Students can also choose to take part in physical education options or develop an independent physical activity program.

Coaches for Middle and Upper School sports are Waynflete faculty members and professionals from the Greater Portland community. The school currently maintains six tennis courts, two playing fields, a practice field and a baseball field at our athletic complex nearby on the Fore River, plus another field and our gymnasium at the main campus. Visit our athletic facilities section for a quick tour.

Waynflete is a member of the WMC (Western Maine Conference) and the MPA (Maine Principal's Association). These organizations sponsor tournaments and post-season playoffs.

Click here to get to Brian Beard's web site. He is our sports photographer and you can go to his site to order photos.

Athletic Contacts
Ross Burdick, Athletic Director
207-774-7863, ext. 1258

Brandon Salway, Assistant Athletic Director
207-774-7863, ext. 1255

Elicia Niemiec, Physical Education Director EC-5
207-774-7863, ext. 1259

Rachel Aguirre, Athletic Trainer

Athletic Events Hotline: 207-774-7863, ext. 1100

Athletic Fields: 207-761-4461

Waynflete School
360 Spring Street
Portland, ME 04102

independent education from early childhood through grade 12