View video of the first day of school, September 8, 2020.
  June, 2020 Tour of the New MTAHS During Construction

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Project Updates
  • New School The new Mt. Ararat High School facility is ready for students and staff to occupy. As with any project of this size, there are punch lists and other elements of the project that are still being finalized. A majority of the furnishings have been delivered so we are in good shape to start the year. COVID-19 will require us to hold off on opening the building to the public but it is our hope to provide some opportunities for tours in October.With the school building coming to completion, we will be shifting our attention to the third phase of the project which is the competition field. The competition field will be built on the site of the former ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2020, 10:17 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • Traffic Patterns, Parking, & Student Drop-off The roadways at the front of the school are all one way. The map below shows traffic patterns and parking. Traffic entering the roadways at the front of the school is one way. The parent drop off is no longer in the student parking lot, though some of you may still choose to use that location. Instead, there is a dedicated parent drop off lane that runs next to the bus lane between the main entry of the building and the staff parking lot. There are some parking spaces on this lane so parents can get out of the road to drop their children off. If you are planning to drop your child(ren) off for school, please note the ...
    Posted Sep 11, 2020, 10:10 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • Highlights of the new HS Technology Budget
    Posted May 8, 2020, 10:18 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • Building Construction Update
    Posted Apr 30, 2020, 5:09 AM by Ryan Palmer
  • The Transition to the New High School As construction of the new High School nears completion the District’s construction team is moving to a new phase in the project, planning for the fit-up of the new High School.  This includes the physical move of furniture, equipment, books and supplies and outfitting the new High School with new furniture and technology.The physical move between the two high schools will begin the day after the last day of school, and will happen quickly so demolition of the current school can begin.  The District is now in the process of soliciting proposals from commercial moving companies.  Most of the existing furniture will be replaced with new furniture, similar to other school construction projects (such as Bowdoin Central ...
    Posted Mar 11, 2020, 10:23 AM by Ryan Palmer
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Meetings Calendar
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This is an exciting time in MSAD 75! 

Just recently, the residents of the district voted overwhelmingly to invest in building a new Mt. Ararat High School for the students of Bowdoin, Bowdoinham, Harpswell and Topsham.

The new school will be a state-of-the art learning center for our students, with a modern, energy efficient building designed for 21st century learning. Hundreds of hours were spent to ensure longevity and the best return on our investment. This state/local partnership has been decades in the making and we are ready to get going. 
Our committee’s interest is in enhancing the student/community experience. 
We invite you to share in this exciting plan by supporting some of the most visible components of the project, which include:

  • Dugouts
  • Scoreboards for athletic fields
  • Indoor ropes course
  • Other additional unforeseen project costs approved by the building committee
  • and more....

Mt. Ararat will be a centerpiece for our four communities and draw people from all over. With plans to build top notch athletic facilities, the campus will be a high visibility zone. We’d appreciate an opportunity to tell you more about this exciting project, and all the levels of sponsorship possible in a variety of ways. 
Warm Regards,

MSAD 75 Naming Rights and Sponsorship Committee

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