The Chebeague Island School has a special commitment to nurturing and respecting each student’s individual abilities, while also challenging students to accomplish things they never dreamed they were capable of doing. Through hands-on experiences emphasized by intergenerational relationships from the island community and island resources, the Chebeague Island School will strengthen students’ abilities to contribute to a positive and productive attitude, with respect to others and our environment.
Welcome to the Newly renovated Chebeague Island School and the community of learners that makes this an exciting, safe, and fun place to be.
The Chebeague Island School values social learning, responsibility, pride, quality and mutual respect. The Chebeague Island School encompasses an active, independent, community of learners of all ages, providing resources for unlimited opportunities in a safe, comfortable and inclusive environment. All students are encouraged to develop their natural gifts and academic skills to the highest level possible in a supportive atmosphere that values and respects individuals.
Chebeague Island School
The Chebeague Island School serves all the students and community of Chebeague Island. The Town of Chebeague Island was established July 1, 2007, and at that time a School Committee was elected. The island has one school house which has classes from Pre-K through 5th grade.
Students in sixth grade and older attend schools on the mainland. Sixth through eighth graders attend Frank H. Harrison Middle School in Yarmouth and Freshmen to Senior attend Yarmouth High School.
This website is meant to be a tool for parents and a source of information for the wider community. The links above should help you find information on the school and the school department. Thank you for visiting our website!
The Chebeague School Committee will resume meetings in person
starting with the meeting scheduled for May 18.
The Committee will meet on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 6pm at the Recreation Center gym. Seats will be set 6 feet apart and
face masks will be required until further notice.
We would like to thank the community for being supportive of the zoom meeting
protocols over the past 14 months and we look forward to seeing everyone again.
-Jeff Putnam, chair
Flower Power Fundraiser School Webstore:
Grades 3-5 Class Trip to Bar Harbor, ME - May 19 - 21
Memorial Day - May, 31st - NO School
Last Day of School - June 15th