Winslow High School (Maine)
|Winslow High School|
|20 Danielson Street
|School district||Maine AOS 92 - Kennebec Valley Consolidated Schools|
|Superintendent||Eric L. Haley|
|Color(s)||Black and Orange|
|Nickname||Simply the "Raiders"|
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Winslow High School is a four year public high school located in Winslow, Maine. It is a part of Maine AOS 92 - Kennebec Valley Consolidated Schools (formerly of Maine School Union 52) along with the city of Waterville, Maine and the town of Vassalboro, Maine, and is one of two high schools in the School Unit (the other being Waterville High School of Waterville). Winslow serves the community of Winslow and is open to high school students from the towns of Vassalboro, and China, Maine (of Regional School Unit 18) at a tuition cost since there is no public high school in either town.
As quoted by Winslow's former Principal Doug Carville, the school's "philosophy is to tailor education to meet the needs of each individual. We have a safe and friendly school climate where the administration, faculty and staff are committed to students of all ages".
Winslow offers several freshmen, junior varsity, and varsity sports that students participate in throughout the school year. Fall
Boys Ice Hockey
Girls Ice Hockey
Track and Field
Boys and Girls Lacrosse
In addition to offering sports, Winslow offers several extracurricular activities that students can take part it. These activities include,
National Honors Society
The Economics classes also nominate the top eight performers to compete in the State Economics Meet, with the top four as the A Team, and the other four as the B Team.
Music students can also choose to participate in the annual Kennebec Valley Music Festival, All State Music Festival, or Jazz All State Music Festival through an audition.
The Cheerleaders set up the Homecoming Dance. Sophomore students can choose to participate in setting up the Sadie Hawkins Dance, which that class pays for, while Juniors, whose class pays for the Prom, can choose to join the Prom Committee, which takes place in May.
Sung to the tune of the American Navy's Song, Anchors Aweigh, Winslow's school song is, Stand loyal to our school
Our Winslow High
We'll all unite and send our
Cheers up to the sky. Stand back old (opposing team name _______) 1
Stand back or fall
We're coming down your way
And Winslow has possession of the ball.
- Eric L. Haley - Superintendent
- Chad Bell - Principal
- Richard Hendsbee - Assistant Principal
- Jim Bourgoin - Athletic Director