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9-12|Private
320 students
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School leader:  Timothy J. Seeley
23 Union Street
Blue Hill, ME 04614

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(207) 374-2808
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"Comprehensive program that prepares students for college or workforce."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Dress policy
    Dress code
  • Coed / Single gender
    Coed
  • Facilities
    Art room, Auditorium, Cafeteria, College / career center...
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    General - school does not emphasize one particular subject
  • Arts
    Computer animation, Video and film production, Band...
  • World languages
    French, Latin, Spanish
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Submitted by a community member · February 19, 2014
GSA has a lot of flaws. I sent my first child here, and after the first semester took her out because I could see that there was a lot of bullying by the students, as well as the adults. My child wasn't feeling challenged in any of the classes.... more

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Submitted by a student · January 22, 2014
I am a former student (graduated last year) and I absolutely loved GSA! It was a fantastic environment and the teachers did a fantastic job. The math department and social studies department were phenomenal! Of course there were things that needed... more

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Submitted by a parent · December 29, 2012
All four of my children have attended this school. All have been top performers athletically and academically and were rewarded with excellent college and scholarship opportunities. While GSA faces financial and physical plant challenges, these... more

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Submitted by a student · November 06, 2012
The only positive things about this school are the social studies programs, and the pan program. Other than that, no thank you. I transferred to the other high school in this town about a month ago.

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About this school

Founded in 1803, George Stevens Academy has served as an independent community high school for more than two hundred years. With approximately 330 students from eight "sending towns," other surrounding communities, and fifty international students, GSA is both large enough to offer an exceptional diversity of outstanding programs, and small enough for teachers to know their students and work with them individually as needed.

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Last modified: February 6, 2017
Last modified George Stevens Academy is a Private school that serves grades 9-12
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