Providing intensive English language immersion courses in Camden and also online.
Providing intensive English language immersion courses in Camden and also online.
A 136-acre conserved, saltwater farm maintained as a working Belted Gallaway cattle farm and education center owned by Maine Coast Heritage Trust, a statewide land conservation organization Visitors Center opens in summer, farm property only open for events and programs. Beef retail sales available year round Monday-Friday at the farm office located at 70 Russell Avenue. Farm is between Rockport and Ca…
Ashwood Waldorf School, preschool-grade 8, has been offering a rigorous, classical education structured around the stages of human development for over 28 years. Our dedicated faculty is devoted to mentoring, challenging, and engaging students through a curriculum integrating academics with the arts.
Built about 1770 by the Thorndike family, the Conway Homestead is one of the earliest houses in the region and depicts daily life through the 1930s. On the National Register of Historic Places and Maine State Register of Historic Sites. Adjacent museum, barn, sugar shack, and blacksmith shop with educational displays of midcoast life through the centuries. Includes photographs, artifacts, quilts, vintage…
A year-round woodworking school for all levels from novice to professional
Montessori is education for life. Offering toddler, primary, and elementary classes. Tuition assistance available.
Dedicated to providing children ages 2 to 9 and their families the opportunity to explore, discover, and learn through play about the natural world, the arts and sciences, and the diversity of Maine's coast. School group visits; themed birthday parties.
Destination Wellness Midcoast Maine (DWMM) is an organization formed to make health and wellness a mainstay of life in Midcoast Maine. DWMM intends to accomplish its goals by connecting the public to available health and wellness resources through a website, directory and social media; fostering interaction among members to facilitate the exchange of knowledge and coordination of services
Down East Singers is a community chorus performing masterworks from the 17th century to the present twice a year. The artistic director is Bowdoin faculty member Anthony Antolini. May concerts include Mozart Mentors Orchestra and other professional musicians. The group rehearses at Nativity Lutheran Church in Rockport on Tuesday evenings.
The Five Town CSD administers education to students in grades 9-12 from Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville, and Rockport at its Camden Hills Regional High School campus. Community. Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education is a full-service program including adult literacy, vocational, college transitions and enrichment and is available to anyone.
Five Town CSD Adult & Community Education is an award-winning program and a member of the Maine Adult Education Association (MAEA), providing healthcare and other workforce training, career counseling, high school completion, ESL/ESOL instruction, college academic support, and a wide assortment of enrichment classes to Maine’s midcoast area. Both in-person and online classes are available.
Please stop by our visitor center. We have a short film highlighting the offshore islands and their value to wildlife and introducing the Maine Coastal Islands National Wildlife Refuge. There are also exhibits, a gift store, an art gallery and an outdoor seabird island. We can recommend local hikes and puffin viewing trips. Admission is free.
Herring Gut Learning Center is a non-profit marine education center overlooking a working harbor in the small fishing village of Port Clyde, Maine.
Our mission is to integrate science education, applied research, and leadership development through year-round educational programs and a seasonal, environmentally-sustainable island community.
The Hurricane Island Outward Bound School (HIOBS) is a charter of Outward Bound, a non-profit educational organization and expedition school that serves people of all ages and backgrounds through active learning expeditions that inspire character development, self-discovery and service both in and out of the classroom.
JMG's mission is to identify students who face barriers to education, and to guide each one on to a successful path toward continued education, a meaningful career, and productive adulthood.
The Institute of Workforce Training & Professional Development at KVCC supports a productive and competitive Maine workforce by providing high-quality, relevant training opportunities to the local workforce through customized programs for businesses in the Mid-Maine region and professional development opportunities available to the public.
Promotes chartered public schools with the goal of establishing flexible, innovative, and accountable public schools chosen by parents, students, and teachers, and that are non-religious, free, and open to all students without admissions tests.
Maine Media Workshops + College educates and inspires visual artists and storytellers.
Maine Ocean School is a public magnet high school in Searsport, Maine with an ocean-themed curriculum. Our mission is to provide a theme-based high school education focused on Maine's maritime connection, with an emphasis on leadership, work ethic, and the transferable skills associated with careers involving the ocean.
An adult, experiential program that strengthens our leadership network in Midcoast Maine and positively impacts our economic and cultural quality of life by enhancing the professional and personal development of existing and emerging community leaders.
Midcoast Lyme Disease Support & Education (MLDSE) is a nonprofit 501(c)3 charitable organization serving the needs of Maine's Lyme community. The Maine-partner of the national Lyme Disease Association, their efforts are focused on awareness and education, advocating for federal, state and local change while providing free resources and support to those affected by Lyme and tick-borne diseases.
MCMA is a contemporary music school in Rockland offering oustanding private and group instruction on a variety of instruments to students of all ages and skill levels as well as community enrichment programming and event musicians for hire.
Our Mission is to reduce the rate and consequences of drug addiction in Midcoast Maine. MCRC strives to build awareness to this ever growing epidemic that continues to have a devastating effect on our entire community. MCRC provides programs, education and linkages to other local resources to individuals and families in recovery throughout Knox County, Lincolnville, Waldoboro & Friendship.
The MidCoast Sailing Center, an educational program of the Sail, Power and Steam Museum, provides classroom and onboard sailing experiences, education in seamanship skills, and exposure to the lure of the sea and Maine's maritime history. Our goal is to enrich the lives of residents and visitors through experiential learning, advocating personal and community growth through sailing's legacy.
MCST offers career and technical programs in the following Maine approved CTE programs: Auto Collision, Automotive Tech, Building Trades, Certified Nursing Assistant, Medical Science, Design Technology, Pre-Engineering, Firefighting, EMT, Horticulture, Hospitality, Machine Shop, Marine Technology, Welding, Small Engines, Outdoor Leadership (new for 2019) plus Academic courses, as well.
North Haven is a welcoming community on an off-shore Maine island with just 350 year-round residents and a beautiful coastal landscape. North Haven Community School is the smallest K-12 public school in Maine, with an average of 65 students and a student teacher ratio of 1:5. NHCS is accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges.
OUT Maine supports and empowers LGBTQ youth, building self-esteem and skills through direct youth programs like our weekly youth group, retreats, the Rainbow Ball Weekend and the Haystack School of Crafts Studio weekend; creating welcoming, affirming schools by training staff and supporting GSTAs; weaving a safety net of informed providers through trainings around the state (7000+ providers traine
Foreign language classes, English immersion, International events offered year-round by this non-profit center of language learning and international exchange.
Peopleplace is an NAEYC accredited, not for profit, Reggio-inspired preschool whose mission is to provide family-oriented early childhood education that incorporates parental involvement. School year and summer camp programs are offered for children 18 months to 6 years.
Founded in 1948, The Rockport Boat Club is a non-profit organization whose primary mission is to provide sailing instruction for youth of the community at large. Annual summer programs for beginner to advanced sailors are available from late June to mid August for students under age 16 at the club facility located on Rockport Harbor. Private lessons are also offered. Complete program and club information…
Cultivating the art of gardening together with the beautification of the community. Scholarship fundraisers include the Annual Plant Sale on Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and the Holly Berry Fair on December 4, 2021 from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. See this magazine's Events Calendar for details.
The Study Hall is dedicated to helping students of all ages achieve their academic goals. Our curriculum-based tutoring boosts confidence in the classroom and improves grades. The Study Hall?s standardized test preparation and college counseling programs help simplify the college admissions process. Since 2003, The Study Hall has successfully worked with over 5,000 students. The Study Hall can work aroun…
Rustic group and event rentals surrounded by forest and river, or directly on Maine's coast. Hiking, fishing, birdwatching .... quiet exploration. Retreats, reunions, weddings, mini-conferences, and seminars use our facilities. Cabins, heated dining halls, and meeting spaces, seclusion surrounded by Maine's woods, waters, and wildlife. Camden Hills State Park and Tenants Harbor locations.
The Apprenticeshop is a center for traditional wooden boatbuilding, sailing and seamanship located at 655 Main Street in Rockland’s north end. Since 1972, The Apprenticeshop has been dedicated to inspiring personal growth through craftsmanship, community, and the traditions of the sea. The Apprenticeshop offers sailing from March through October first.
Fostering informed discourse on world affairs through year-round community events, public and student engagement, and an annual weekend conference. Conference is held each February live at the Camden Opera House, with video streaming to locations in other Maine communities. The Community Events Series is a year-round program of free or low-cost community activities focused around the theme of the annual …
Trekkers is a non-profit, outdoor-based six-year mentoring program that connects young people with caring adults through expeditionary learning, community service and adventure-based education. With adult volunteers working throughout the year, Trekkers provides myriad educational, experiential, and cross-cultural opportunities for young people.
Using on-site resources and distance learning technology, The University of Maine Hutchinson Center provides undergraduate, graduate, and non-credit programs for personal and professional development. The Hutchinson Center also offers conference services and meeting spaces to private businesses and community organizations, and shares local artists work throughout the calendar year.
UMA's Rockland Center offers access to university courses, certificates and 20+ full degrees in the mid-coast area. We are known for exceptional student support services. We serve high school students pursuing early college credits, working adults with some college but no degree, and the brand new college student. Popular programs include nursing, business, computing and teacher education.
Watershed School is a small, independent college-preparatory high school in midcoast Maine. The school offers a learning community that cultivates excellence, creativity, respect, and compassion.
Wayfinder Schools was founded in 1973 as Maine's first alternative high school. We provide students with the skills and experience necessary to discover their strengths, connect with their families, practice personal responsibility, and contribute to their communities.