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Open House
October 23rd

At MGA, girls become confident thinkers, compassionate leaders and purposeful change makers.

Upcoming Events

Sep 30
Homecoming Potluck, Dance-off and Powderpuff Football 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

All students, prospective students, siblings, parents, grandparents, friends, alumnae, faculty and staff are invited! Gather your group and come and share your school spirit! Bring your favorite dishes to our ‘Tailgating’ pot-luck supper in The Maine Girls’ Academy parking lot.

Enjoy singing, dancing and laughter at the song and dance competition between the Classes of 2017, 2018 and 2019, 2020. (There is usually a guest appearance by some faculty and staff, as well).

Then onto the main event on The Maine Girls’ Academy ‘Football’ Field- the Lions’ Bowl! Featuring the Juniors/Seniors vs Freshman/Sophomores. This is our 10th Annual Powder Puff Football Game and first as The Maine Girls’ Academy Lions, under the Friday Night Lights!!

Oct 05
Girls Who Care, Girls Who Lead 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join the MGA Community for our first Community Evening.

Girls’ Who Care, Girls Who Lead will be discussing girls’ leadership and youth activism. Speakers include Colby professor, activist and author Lyn Mikel Brown who writes extensively on the relational lives of girls at the intersection of race, class, and gender, the impact of media, and girls’ creative forms of activism.

Our discussion speakers will also include local girl activists Emma and Charlotte Spies of Lemonade Stand of Angels and Julia Hansen founder of The Yellow Tulip Project.
 
This event is FREE and open to the public. LynMikel Brown’s new book “Powered By Girl: A field guide for supporting youth activists” will be available for purchase and signing.
Oct 23
Open House 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Join a groundbreaking group of girls! Attend our Open House and experience the All-Girl Advantage for yourself. Program begins at 1PM with an opportunity to experience our signature threads in Girls’ Leadership, Global Citizenship and E-STEAM (Ethics and Arts infused STEM curriculum) through interactive classes with our faculty and students. Ask questions and join in the discussion with our parent and student panels. Plus explore and learn more about our award winning co-curricular activities and championship athletics during the event.

For questions or to register for the event by phone call 207-797-3802 x 2022.

Fall 2016 Open House Registration- October 23rd at 1PM

  • We would love to hear about your interests whether it is extracurricular activities, athletics passion, areas of study or curriculum that are of interest, etc.

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At MGA, girls become confident thinkers, compassionate leaders and purposeful change makers—women who will change the world.

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E-STEAM

Our unique Ethics-infused Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (E-STEAM) program blends collaboration, innovation and creativity with ethical inquiry.

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GLOBAL STUDIES

 The global studies initiative prepares students to contribute to a more peaceful, just and sustainable world.

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LEADERSHIP

The Mercy Matters program expands students’ abilities to give to their community – and the world – in a more meaningful way.

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MGA girls enjoy being a part of the learning process. They speak their minds and write their truths.

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MGA girls like the way their classes challenge them to do their best and reach their full potential.

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MGA girls contribute to an atmosphere of respect. They set the tone at the school and help shape the future.

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MGA girls read and understand challenging material today – preparing for the college challenges of tomorrow.

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