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Mud Season Schedule

The winter sports season is coming to an end. Depending on playoffs, each varsity sport will end on a different date. Please have your child check with the coach. PE classes ended on Friday, February 14, and Performing Arts classes ended on Thursday,...

Nordic Skiers

Western Maine Champs!

The Forecaster Article Portland Press Herald Article

Learning from Mistakes

Between rounds, we set the robot on the table and prepared to remove the malfunctioning motor. Sticking the hex wrenches into the various crevices of the robot, we unscrewed the motor from the structure and replaced it with the new...

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Berklee High School Jazz Festival Report!

The Waynflete Upper School Jazz Ensemble & Jazz Combo recently spent two nights in Massachusetts in order to attend the Berklee College of Music 46th Annual High School Jazz Festival in Boston.  The 2014 Berklee festival was the largest of its kind...

Girls Swim Team Captures Third Championship

The Waynflete Girls Swim Team captured the South Southwestern Championship for the third straight year! Colby Harvey '14 received the swimmer of the Meet Award. Waynflete swimmers captured:  2nd in 200 medley relay (MacWhinnie, Williams, Silk, I Canning) 1st in...

Caring Participation in the World: Waynflete Faculty and Students “Shoulder to Shoulder” as Global Citizens

The Waynflete mission includes “caring participation in the world” as a core value of the School.  The realities of globalization are calling for a new kind of student preparedness - one that arises from an emphasis on service, empathy, human...

Waynflete Boys Swimming at Southwesterns

Student Athlete Summit

Sports are important in most high school careers. They bring communities together, create new friendships, and make team bonds that can last forever. The Western Class C Student Athlete Summit held annually in the fall is a chance to create...

Miss Maine Basketball Banner

On January 31st the Waynflete Basketball program welcomed 2013 graduate Martha Veroneau back to campus to unveil the Miss Maine Basketball banner.  Martha was chosen by the Maine Association of Basketball Coaches as the recipient of the prestigious Miss Maine...

Hanging out in the Atrium

350.org presents on Tar Sands in the library

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee began as a non-musical play called C-R-E-P-U-S-C-U-L-E, performed by the improvisational group "The Farm." The show was later developed into a fully staged musical but retains several sections that rely on the actors...

Rich Henry Surpasses 100 Wins

Congratulations to Waynflete Varsity Boys Basketball Coach Rich Henry who has recently exceeded 100 wins while at the helm of the Waynflete program.  Rich reached the milestone with a 75-35 win over North Yarmouth Academy on January 11th.  The Waynflete...

Hey Batter, Batter…Swing Batter!

[quote text_size="small" author="Eric Hoffer"] Fear of becoming a has-been keeps some people from becoming anything [/quote] From my 3rd base coaching spot I watch the batter take strike one, looking.  Then strike two, looking.  Come on, come on, here comes another...

Need help? Just A.S.K.!

Those pesky midterm exams have come and gone, and your child may be wondering if there was anything else s/he could’ve done differently to ensure better grades.  Or maybe s/he spent hours on an English paper, only to receive a...

More Poetry Out Loud News

On January 9, eleven 9th graders presented their interpretations of memorized poems at Waynflete’s fourth annual Poetry Out Loud assembly, joining more than 365,000 other high school students in over 2,000 schools across the country in this national recitation contest.  Thalia...

Picture of the Day – January 22, 2014

Picture of the Day – January 21, 2014

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