Washington Academy

Maine, USA

Washington Academy was established in 1792, positioning it as one of the United States' most oldest high schools. The institution kindles a fervor for education through vibrant programs that prioritize intellectual inquisitiveness, creativity, and active community participation. Their curriculum empowers every student to explore their academic interests, spanning hands-on offerings in marine technology and computer-aided design, advanced math and literature courses as part of the AP program, and even college-level courses delivered by Washington Academy's faculty in collaboration with our esteemed university partners, both in-person and online.

Washington Academy is one of the oldest high schools in the USA.
Grades: 9-12
Number of students: 340
Teacher-student ratio: 1:12
Year of foundation:: 1792
Type of campus: rural
Summer School: no
Lenght of stay: semester and more

About campus

Campus location is rural, but only 2 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. Our rural location offers a safe and welcoming environment for our students. Our location near the sea offers not only beauty, but also an outdoor lab for experiential learning opportunities.

Interesting facts

Graduates have been accepted to these universities

New York University

Berklee College of Music

University of Southern California

Thornton School of Music

California Institute of the Arts