Congratulations YHS students, Sebastien Martinez, Jack Janczuk and Annie Vinnakota. They have qualified as National Merit SemiFinalists! #goclippers
Sorry for that error in our first message. It's the 2023 school year! Time flies, but not that fast. Enjoy the day!!
Welcome to the 2033-2024 school year. Please be aware that buses and drop-off lines may be a bit slower than normal these first few days. Have a great year!
Great day with our new teachers/counselors and mentors at YHS today! Excited for the year to begin!
Please VOTE in the Yarmouth town elections and the school budget referendum.
Voting takes place in the YHS gymnasium tomorrow (TUESDAY, JUNE 13).
Polls open at 6:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 p.m.
Yarmouth's electric buses are hitting the road for the first time this afternoon.
Ms. Carlson and Mr. Thompson will be transporting students home in a super-quiet and eco-friendly fashion. Keep an eye - and an ear - out for these blue-trimmed beauties!
Please consider attending tomorrow evening's Town Meeting (Tuesday, June 6), where you will have the opportunity to vote on the proposed Yarmouth School budget for the 2023-2024 school year. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. at YHS. https://www.yarmouthschools.org/page/budget
So Proud- '23 Boyd Award winners Macy Gilroy and Issac Pendleton!
Great work from the Environmental Action Club!!!
Congratulations to Maya Faulstich and the YHS Environmental Action Club for becoming finalists in National Geographic's Slingshot Challenge! This global award recognizes students inspiring positive change in their communities. Their program, "Dishes on Demand", is designed to reduce single-use waste generated by high school team/club dinners.
Yarmouth School Department buses 6 & 12 will be running later than usual this morning due to road conditions in isolated areas. Some areas of Princes Point and Baywood Lane are inaccessible at this time.
Just a reminder that the Day of Hope is tomorrow, Friday, April 7th from 5-6pm. The Day of Hope is a student organized "Ted Talk" style event centered around bringing hope to the community and beyond. This year we have three different speakers from a variety of fields to talk about what brings them hope.
Admission is free! No tickets required. Donations are welcome and all proceeds will go to Partners for World Health.
Check out our website here for more information.
We hope you'll join us!
Congratulations to our Junior Achievement 2023 Titan Challenge State Champions!
Congratulations to our 2023 Class A State Drama Champions!
All Festival Cast Acting awards to: Laim Hackett, Adia Ameswright
Judge's Commendations to: Entire Ensemble, Lighting Execution: Henry Haynes, Annabel English, Rachel Krah, Esme Roux, Set Construction and Scenic Painting: YHS Tech Theatre Class, Costume Design/Wardrobe: Quincy Schnee, Summer Davies, Catelyn Coolidge, Puppetry: Summer Davies, Catelyn Coolidge
Yarmouth High School takes first place at Regionals!
All-Festival Cast Awards went to: Adia Ameswright, Liam Hackett, Bella Farnsworth, and Atticus Prinn. Judges' Commendations went to: Full Cast for Ensemble Work, Catelyn Coolidge and Summer Davies for Puppet Construction, YHS Technical Theatre Classes for Set Construction and Set Painting. The State One Act Play Competition will be held at Lawrence High School on March 24 and 25.
Yarmouth Schools will have a remote school day today – Tuesday, March 14. Teachers will be providing lessons in digital format this morning and our final student day for the year remains Thursday, June 15.
Congratulations, Sadie! Maine's top Senior hockey player!!! You were fun to watch!!
Due to the forecast of a day-long snowstorm, Yarmouth Schools will have a Remote Learning Day on Tuesday, February 28. Students should follow the schedules provided by teachers for today's lessons.