Greely High School
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Greely High School is a public high school for grades 9 to 12 located in Cumberland, Maine, United States. The enrollment is approximately 715 students. It also has a professional teaching staff of 64 and 50% of the teachers have advanced degrees. Greely High School is a part of Maine School Administrative District 51, which serves the towns of Cumberland and North Yarmouth. The school completed a 10 million dollar addition/renovation in 2009. It adopted the highly prestigious International Baccalaureate (IB) program in 2009 to fulfill the needs of its most gifted and talented juniors and seniors ().
Greely students have the opportunity to participate in two Theatre Arts electives and collaborate with professional affiliate artists from Portland Stage Company. In addition, Greely’s Theater Program involves 75–100 students each year in a fall musical and spring production. Students have the opportunity to develop skills in technical theatre as well as in acting, dance, and vocal performance. Greely's theatre program has been run for over twenty years by Audrey Northway, history teacher and resident of Cumberland Center.
Greely’s Vocal Music Program features a 60 voice Concert Choir and an honors Madrigal Choir of about 16 students. Students are encouraged to audition for District and All State Music Festivals, where Greely 's singers have been well represented. The Band Program includes a Concert Band as well as a Jazz Band, Jazz Combo named "So Fresh, So Clean" by Kevin Thibault('11) and Michelle Poulin('11), and Second Jazz Band. Both the Jazz Band and Combo have been well represented at the state level and have received numerous rewards for their performances. Students participate in District and All State Festivals, All New England Band Festival and Portland Youth Wind Ensemble and Orchestra. Advanced Placement Music Theory, Guitar, and Piano are also offered. The Visual Arts Program has had student art displayed in the Congressional Art Exhibit, the Maine College of Art and the Portland Museum of Art. Additionally, student artwork has been published in various local newspapers, and the school literary Magazine, Inkwell. A unique aspect of the Visual Arts Program is Honors Art, which encourages individual growth through advanced studio work and Advanced Placement Studio Art for seniors who wish to develop a portfolio that is representative of a college art program. Unfortunately, due to funding issues Honors Art is no longer a course.
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