Articles By: rardell

Upper School sisters take the mountains by storm

Congrats to sisters Keegan '23 and Fiona '25 for a fantastic mountain biking season that saw both on the podium multiple times! Read the Press Herald article  

Middle School students visit GMRI

Led by faculty member faculty member Kaya Williams ’14, Middle School students recently visited the Gulf of Maine Research Institute. Students studied live lobsters and the effect of climate change on ocean temperature and habitats for black sea bass and...

Artificial turf installation begins at the Fore River Campus

Waynflete Athletics is thrilled to announce that the installation of artificial turf on Hall Field has begun at the Fore River Campus! The problem of games being cancelled in the spring and fall due to drainage issues and grubs will...

Boys varsity soccer team makes it three in a row

Congrats to our boys varsity soccer team for their 2-1 Class C state championship win over Fort Kent in Presque Isle last weekend! This is the third consecutive state championship for the team and the seventh for coach Brandon Salway....

Artist, educator, and former Chief of the Penobscot Nation Barry Dana visits campus

Students in Waynflete's 2-3 program have been focusing on the Wabanaki of Maine and will continue to do so throughout November. Their study is enhanced by guests from the Passamaquoddy, Penobscot, Micmac, and Maliseet tribes. We were lucky to recently...

Empower Youth Voices: Deliberative Democracy

As the first Nor'easter of the season rained down upon us, a cohort of Upper School students braved the limits of busy lives to connect with peers from across the nation for the Empower Youth Voices: Deliberative Democracy workshop facilitated...

Farm-to-foods study in 4-5

Students in Waynflete’s 4–5 program are currently engaged in a “Farms to Foods” study. Their work focuses on aquaculture, vermiculture, botany, and food systems, along with related climate impacts. Last week, a group of 59 students visited Merritt Island Oyster...

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