Monthly Archives: March 2017

Arts Integration

Part four in a five-part series of blog posts from Academic Dean Rebecca Redlon discussing the New Academic Vision at The Maine Girls’ Academy. Mercy Matters: Arts Integration Two weeks ago, I took a stroll across the yard to the art studio. The weather was unsettled — sunny in one moment, cloudy the next — and… Read more »

Signature Threads: Leadership, E-STEAM, and Global Citizenship

Part three in a five-part series of blog posts from Academic Dean Rebecca Redlon discussing the New Academic Vision at The Maine Girls’ Academy. Mercy Matters: Incorporating Leadership, E-STEAM, and Global Citizenship Once we had the framework of the Mercy Matters Program in place, we began looking at other educational facets important to our mission, including… Read more »

Skills and Habits of Mind

Part two in a five-part series of blog posts from Academic Dean Rebecca Redlon discussing the New Academic Vision at The Maine Girls’ Academy. Mercy Matters: A Vision for Skills and Habits of Mind When we began building the Mercy Matters Program, one of the things we knew for sure was that we wanted students to… Read more »

A New Academic Vision

Our Academic Dean Rebecca Redlon has led the development and implementation of a new academic vision for The Maine Girls’ Academy and in partnership with our Faculty has developed an innovative research-based curriculum which has been reimagined for the 21st century and tailored for the unique ways girls learn. In a new series of blog… Read more »