George Stevens Academy

The parent-school of George Stevens Academy was Blue Hill Academy, the seventh such institution in the District of Maine and the first in Hancock County. In 1803, John Peters, a surveyor and large landowner, rode on horseback to Boston and presented to the General Court of Massachusetts a request for the incorporation of an academy. His request was granted; he returned home in triumph; a building was constructed in the village; students were enrolled the spring of 1803. The wheels of education turned with rapidity.

Overview

 

Grades Offered

9-12

School Type

Co-ed

Support for ADD/ADHD

No

Year Founded

1803

Campus Size

20 acres

Student Body

 

Enrollment

311 students

Percent of Intl' Students

14%

Percent of Boarders

8%

Average SAT Score

1532

Academics and Faculty

 

Saturday Classes

No

Dress Code

Casual

Teacher : Student Ratio

1:10

Number of AP/Advanced Courses Offered

7

ESL

Yes

Finances

 

Tuition(Boarding)

$37,400

Admission

 

Application Deadline

Mar. 1 / rolling

SSAT Required

No

Average Percentile SSAT

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Web Site

http://www.georgestevensacademy.org/

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