Locker Cleanout  ⇒ Hallway and athletic lockers have been cleared of student belongings.  We have a Lost and Found table near the main office, just in case anyone is missing something!  We will donate all of the remaining items next Friday, June 24.

Class of 2023 Project Grad Planning ⇒  Hello Parents of Rising Seniors, Class of 2023. It may be summer, but planning for Project Graduation gets started in the fall. If you are interested in being a part of planning the important and fun event for your graduate, please contact Shawna Chigro-Rogers at

Free Saplings ⇒  The Yarmouth community has been the fortunate recipient of 100 trees as part of an initiative, funded by a grant through Dakini Rising, to plant 500 trees in the state of Maine through local youth organizations.  The Yarmouth Tree Community, the Yarmouth High School, Yarmouth Community Services, and the Frank Knight Foundation have all collaborated to make a plan for the saplings.  50 of them will be planted in September through a plan created by high school students under the supervision of YHS Science teacher Bryan Quigley.

The other 50 of these saplings are available to families in our town at no cost.  We have 10 saplings of five different species: Sugar Maple, Swamp White Oak, Spruce, Balsam, and White Pine that are available to anyone to use on their property.  If you are interested in acquiring a sapling, please email If you have any questions feel free to contact Rebecca Rundquist at the above email address or via phone at (207)-712-6430.

Athletic News ⇒  What a spring and year this has been! The Clippers have already captured 7  State Championships so far this year (Boys Soccer, Volleyball, Golf, Boys Basketball, Boys Nordic, Girls Alpine and Boys Tennis), and we have the opportunity to capture 2 more tomorrow (see details below)!

All-Conference Selections: 26 student-athletes earned honors of first team, second team and honorable mention through the Western Maine Conference. 

All-Academic Selections: 44 student-athletes earned this honor by achieving a cumulative GPA of 93 and above through 7 semesters of school.  


#1 Clippers secured a spot in the Class A State Championship Game with a 14-5 win over #2 Falmouth Navigators. This was Coach Holt’s 200th career win. They will play the south #1 seeded Kennebunk Rams on Saturday, June 18th at Fitzpatrick Stadium at 12:30 pm. **Admission will be charged Adults $10, Students/Seniors $5

*At the halftime of the girls game, our YHS SOFTBALL TEAM will be presented with the Class B South Softball Sportsmanship Award!!


#2 Clippers are headed back to the Class B State Championship after an 11-9 win over the # York Wildcats. The Clippers will face #4 Brunswick Dragons on Saturday, June 18 at Fitzpatrick Stadium at 3:30 pm  **Admission will be charged Adults $10, Students/Seniors $5

State Tournament Information

Fitzpatrick Stadium | Portland, Maine

June 17, 2022 | CLASS C

June 18, 2022 | CLASS A & B

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#1 Clippers are your 2022 Class B State Champions with a 3-2 win over MDI. This is the Clipper's 3rd State Championship in a row (since the 2020 season was canceled). The Clippers finished their season undefeated.


Boys Soccer player, and Male Athlete of the Year winner, Steve Fulton, was recently notified that he was named as the Gatorade Maine Boys Soccer Player of the Year!

Congratulations to all of our student-athletes on a successful year!