Articles By: rardell

Our graduates are going places in 2022!

Waynflete’s Class of 2022 will attend a wide-ranging group of colleges and universities this fall! American University Bates College - 3 Bennington College Boston University - 2 Bowdoin College - 5 Brandeis University Broward College Brown University - 2 Bryn...

Sixth-graders host mini museum

On Monday—the last full day of full classes—sixth-graders hosted a "mini" museum to share projects from their Latin and history classes with the school community. From their Latin classes, the students shared their "Bloom Balls," 12-sided 3-D projects reflecting different...

Angel Ortiz ’22 selected as one of ten “2022 Graduates to Watch”

Congratulations to senior Angel Ortiz for being selected by the Press Herald as one of ten "Class of 2022 Graduates to Watch"! (Press Herald photo) Read the article

Middle schoolers finish up Rainbow Week with a fundraiser

Thanks to our 8th graders in the SAGE group for organizing a great Rainbow Week with a little help from seventh graders! Rainbow Week was a celebration of Pride and aimed to help raise awareness about LGBTQ+ issues. The week...

Upper Schooler authors publication highlighting Maine scientists

Congratulations to Blythe Thompson '22 for authoring "Waynflete PrISM" (Profiles on Inspiring Scientists in Maine), a publication that seeks to highlight the contributions that Maine scientists to their respective fields and to inspire Maine youth who are considering careers in...

Waynflete announces Athletic Hall of Fame inaugural class

Waynflete has announced the inaugural class of our newly established Athletic Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame selection committee has chosen four individuals to receive this special honor and be recognized at a ceremony during Reunion Weekend (May 15,...

“Can We?” partners share vision of a brighter future in Press Herald column

John Suttie, high school principal and superintendent of Old Orchard Beach Schools, and Philip Rossetti, an assistant principal at Windham High School, recently penned an article in the Portland Press Herald on the subject of The Can We? Project. The...

NRCM recognizes Anna Siegel ’24 with 2022 Brookie Award

The Natural Resources Council of Maine has awarded sophomore Anna Siegel with a 2022 Brookie Award for her environmental leadership. The Brookie awards honors Maine’s young environmental changemakers for their leadership, creativity, and positive impact for Maine’s environment. Anna spearheaded...

Waynflete announces 2022 Drake Award and Klingenstein Alumni Award recipients

Waynflete is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Drake Award and the 2022 Klingenstein Alumni Award. We will celebrate these exceptional members of our community during Reunion Weekend on May 13, 2022. Bonnie Docherty ’90 2022 Klingenstein Alumni...

New artificial turf field installed at Fore River Fields!

The brand-new artificial turf surface is now complete on Hall Field at the Fore River Campus! The updated field will be a significant benefit for our lacrosse, soccer, field hockey, and ultimate frisbee programs. No more canceling or postponing games...

Waynflete Middle Schoolers place first in event at regional “Sea Perch” competition

Waynflete Middle and Upper School robotics teams competed Friday at the regional Sea Perch competition in Durham, New Hampshire. The event is jointly hosted by the University of New Hampshire and the US Navy. Our Middle School team competed in...

Waynflete teams take first and second place at 2022 Maine State Science Olympiad

Thirty-two Upper School students participated in the Maine State Science Olympiad tournament on Saturday, April 9 at the University of Maine in Orono. The Waynflete Green team was captained by seniors Blythe Thompson and Henry Wagg. Our White team was...

“Tell it like it is, make it what it can be” – Waynflete hosts sixth annual New England Youth Identity Summit

There was much to be hopeful for as students arrived on campus on a sunny Saturday morning in April. The 2022 New England Youth Identity Summit, presented by Waynflete, Third Thought Initiatives for Civic Engagement, valo, and Seeds of Peace...

New and updated electives coming for the 2022–23 academic year

Waynflete's Upper School faculty and administrators have designed an exciting range of new and updated electives for the 2022–23 academic year! New and revised classes include: Poverty, Marginalization, and Public Service Economics and American Capitalism Global Ethics and Public Policy...

Waynflete hosts sixth annual New England Youth Identity Summit

REPLACED WITH A BETTER VERSION   Waynflete hosted the sixth annual New England Youth Identity Summit on April 2. This year’s event drew almost 200 students, teachers, and volunteers from six states—including at least 15 Maine high schools—for a full...

Waynflete Writers’ Guild publishes all-school edition of Flyer Wire

The latest issue of Flyer Wire is now available, for the first time featuring student artwork and writing from all three divisions! View the latest edition

Bill Nemitz pens op-ed on The Perspective Project

"Bright, motivated high school kids with lots of questions. It doesn’t get any better than that." Portland Press Herald opinion writer Bill Nemitz's article "Deepening their young perspectives, one invite at a time" appeared in the March 27 issue of...

Waynflete’s science olympians seek to extend the streak

Upper School science enthusiasts will soon travel to Orono to compete in the Maine State Science Olympiad. Waynflete teams have won seven of the last eight annual competitions. Read a recent Press Herald article about Waynflete's Science Olympiad program

The Perspective Project welcomes journalist Bill Nemitz

Upper School students recently hosted renowned Maine journalist Bill Nemitz in a discussion focused on "the age of misinformation." Mr. Nemitz’s storied career as a Maine journalist began in 1977, when he first worked as a freelance journalist for the...

Susana Hancock ’03 tackles the Arctic

Susan Hancock '03 was recently the subject of a lengthy profile in the Portland Press Herald. Susana's work in the area of climate change, in addition to her physical fitness developed through decades of rowing competition and coaching, have led...

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