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State historian explores Blue Hill architect's legacy

Dec 18, 2014 • The Weekly Packet
Clough attended the Blue Hill Academy until age 14, when he went to work at his father's shipyard. He left Blue Hill at age 20 and traveled to Boston, where he studied architecture under George Snell of the firm Snell and Gregerson from 1863 until 1869. More

Vikings upend Howlers, grounded by Eagles in recent play

Dec 18, 2014 • Republican Journal
Searsport — The Searsport boys basketball team is off to a 2-2 record to start the season after splitting its most recent two high school court contests. The Vikings earned a 74-25 win over Penobscot Valley of Howland on Wednesday, Dec. 17 at ... More

Modern opportunities ease rivalries, but matchups remain intense for Maine ...

Dec 4, 2014 • Bangor Daily News
“Last year, our goal was to earn a preliminary spot and have a chance to get to the Cross Center,” said Coleman, whose team debuts Friday night at George Stevens Academy of Blue Hill. “This year, we obviously want to take it a step further. We've been ... More

Musician Ross Gallagher reflects on formative years

Dec 16, 2014 • The Ellsworth American
He became an integral part of an award-winning jazz band and combo at George Stevens Academy and went on to study music and composition and earn his bachelor's degree at New York City's prestigious New School, a mecca for students of the performing ... More

Harland L. Dunham

Nov 21, 2014 • The Ellsworth American
Harland began his teaching career at Patten Academy in 1952. As his career progressed, he taught business education in several Maine high schools before becoming principal of George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill. He finished his career in education as ... More

Adams School News December 12, 2014

Dec 4, 2014 • Castine Patriot
As 4:45 turned into 5, the band took their seats and tuned their instruments awaiting the signal from Mr. Orlofsky, the conductor and band teacher at George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill. As Mr. O stepped onto the conductor's podium, the audience ... More

Penobscot school budget 'okay'; student transfers still a concern

Nov 26, 2014 • Castine Patriot
While Maine does not allow school choice by statute, the climate has changed under the current administration. Governor Paul LePage openly supports a student's right to choose where to attend school, although legislation introduced in 2013 to make ... More

Blue Hill, Maine students attend community service fair

May 19, 2014 • The Weekly Packet
Pastor Rob McCall, of the Congregational Church of Blue Hill, Maine addressed the George Stevens Academy student body. Community service is the “social fabric that gives meaning to our lives,” he said at the school's Community Service Fair on April 17, ... More

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