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Accreditation Organizations in Maine

Accreditation Organizations in Maine


Central Aroostook High School, Mars Hill

                We used NEASC in the past but no longer due to cost and time.


Biddeford High School, Biddeford

                NEASC for now


Gray-New Gloucester High School, Gray

Gray-New Gloucester High School is a member of NEASC and they do our accreditation.  We are also an IB school and we do an IB accreditation through the IB program (International Baccalaureate).


Hampden Academy, Hampden

We use NEASC at Hampden Academy and for both our district middle schools (Samuel L. Wagner and Reeds Brook Middle School).


Hermon High School, Hermon



Kennebunk High School, Kennebunk



Lake Region High School, Naples



Madawaska Middle/High School, Madawaska

                NEASC for now


Mattanawcook Academy, Lincoln

We formerly used NEASC however we withdrew several years ago from NEASC and no longer use any accreditation process or organization.


Mount Desert Island, Bar Harbor


Mt. Ararat, Topsham



Mt. Valley High School, Rumford

We hired an independent consultant to review a modified self-study based on NEASC and State Standards.


R.W. Traip Academy, Kittery



Woodland Jr/Sr High School, Baileyville

                We are currently considering not continuing with NEASC, as a Board supported cost savings.

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