All-Remote Learning Extended
On Dec. 4, 2020, Head of School Tim Seeley sent this letter to parents announcing a one-week extension of all-remote learning due to the public health situation on the Blue Hill Peninsula.
George Stevens Academy is a town academy on the coast of Maine. Founded in 1852, we are the high school for nearly all students from the seven towns in our rural community. We also enroll private-pay day and boarding students from around the world. Our students’ interests, talents, and aspirations reflect the diversity of the communities from which they come.
GSA provides a comprehensive and challenging education for all students, for those who will build futures in surrounding communities and for those who will make lives elsewhere in the world. Our many academic and experiential programs foster a love of knowledge, inspire creativity, instill self-confidence, encourage good character, and prepare each graduate for a purposeful life in a changing world. (Approved by the Board of Trustees on April 25, 2019)
We share our vision here.
OUR STATEMENT OF COMMUNITY
George Stevens Academy is dedicated to providing a safe, equitable environment for all community members, one free from discrimination and all forms of bullying and harassment. We strive to create programs and services which result in an environment that welcomes and celebrates every member of our community, provides opportunities for all to contribute, and provides for the civil rights of all. Our Community Statement and Values poster
REPORTING A COVID-19 CASE
Parents/Guardians, if there's a COVID-19 case in your household, please let us know.
Visit www.georgestevensacademy.org/nurse for information on how to report this CONFIDENTIALLY.
If we are notified that someone associated with GSA has tested positive for the virus, we will inform our staff, families, and students as quickly as possible by email. Names and other identifying information is CONFIDENTIAL.
GSA MATTERS FALL 2020 AND ANNUAL REPORT
Click here to read about the extraordinary efforts that brought us back to school, our social justice curricular initiative, our new faculty, and a new alumni business in town, as well as our 2019-2020 Annual Report.
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