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Virtual Open House
Join us for a Virtual Open House on Wednesday, April 28 from 6:00–7:00 p.m. For information or to receive a videoconference link for the March virtual open house email: email@example.com or call 207-236-8021. All are welcome!
Ashwood Waldorf School is an independent, pre-K through eighth grade learning community. Ashwood offers a rigorous, classical education structured around the stages of human development. Our professional faculty is devoted to challenging and engaging each student through a curriculum that integrates science and mathematics with literature, history, and the arts. Ashwood graduates are vibrant, balanced and confident individuals with the initiative to learn, adapt, and thrive in a changing world.
Our early-childhood teachers create a warm, caring atmosphere that nurtures each child’s initiative through creative play and fosters healthy social experiences.
Central to Ashwood’s philosophy is a desire to honor childhood and make learning joyful. Individual achievement gives way to the quality of our students’ relationships with their teachers and classmates.
Students in the Writing Club revisited our study of character traits by tagging each other with positive character traits. Left to right: Clementine, Frances, Oliver, Vivian, and Ceri. Giggles abounded and many kind compliments were given!
Several Ashwood upper grades students recently submitted original poems to the Rockland Public Library's "Anything Goes" Poetry Contest in celebration of National Poetry Month 2021. We're proud to announce that, of the three finalists selected in the under 13...
As part of their Waterways/Ways of Water block, Class 1-3 made tiny canoes out of beeswax. Today, they sent them off for their first voyage on the stream. They really float! Science in action.
Photo: Taken on Arthur’s Seat (near Holyrood Park), Edinburgh, Scotland I graduated from Ashwood in 2010, which feels impossibly long ago! I attended Camden Hills Regional High School and graduated in 2014, before moving on to the University of New Hampshire, where I...
The snow is gone, and the plow stakes are no longer needed. It was the perfect opportunity for Class 4-8 to do a little campus clean up while trying out their recent lessons on tangents by building a model of Leonardo d Vinci's fastenerless bridge.