A glimpse at our Class of 2014

Posted on Wednesday July 16, 2014

This year, we graduated 23 students who once thought they might never complete high school.  Now, they are on their way to college and jobs throughout Maine and New England, including working at The Maine Wildlife Park, at a preschool, at a car dealership, landscaping, working in restaurants and more.

Several of our graduates are headed to Southern Maine Community College and several are studying nursing and early childhood education.  Two have received significant college scholarships, and all are headed out into the world with new confidence and skills.

Congratulations all!

camden 14 gradsOur Camden Residential Class of 2014: Back row, L-R: Skyler, Katelyn, Cheyanne, Mitch, Shama.  Middle Row: Emily. Front row: Carlos.

Carlos has just been named our first Mitchell Scholar!

Read more about Carlos’s Mitchell Scholarship here:

 http://wayfinderschools.org/the-school-blog/5077/carlos-andrade-our-first-mitchell-scholar

wa cty Our Washington County Passages Class of 2014: L-R: Niomi, Kayla, Tasha, Monique.

Niomi has just been awarded the John L. Hawkes College Scholarship.

Read more about Niomi’s Passages graduation project here: http://wayfinderschools.org/date/2014/04

Read more about our all of Washington County County graduates here!: WC Passages Graduation 2014

Wayfinder Schools teacher Erica Gates celebrates three  Passages students who graduated on June 14 in Camden. Aimee Barnstein, Dakota Sprague and Ashley Bartlett received their high school diplomas while parenting young children Our Midcoast Passages Program Class of 2014: L-R: Teacher Erica Gates with graduates Aimee, Dakota and Ashley. Aimee’s Passages graduation project was to research becoming a nail technician, Dakota’s Passage focused on public speaking and Ashley’s was to job shadow in an intensive care unit. Ashley is now taking CNA courses and on her way to her dream of becoming a nurse.

Our Opportunity Farm Passages Program Class of 2014: Nicole & Miranda

miranda Miranda. Miranda’s Passages Project was researching a career in hair styling

nicole Nicole. Nicole’s Passages Project was to develop a business plan

Read more about all nine of our Passages Program graduates here!: June14 grad news

And finally, our Opportunity Farm Residential Program Class of 2014!: Zac, Ibraheem, Kalar, Megan, Keyanna, Danielle & Joelle!

2014 graduate zac conley Zac.  Passages Project: The Board Game of Life

KalarZach3 Kalar. Passages Project: The History & Evolution of Flight

ibraheem Ibraheem. Passages Project: Public Speaking                                   joelle Joelle. Passages Project: Videography & Making of Video of her Wayfinder Experience

 

danielle Danielle. Passages Project: The Masks We Wear

megan Megan. Passages Project:  Wrote & Illustrated a Children’s Book                                                                                 keyanna Keyanna. Passages Project: Researched & Made a Presentation on Alzheimer’s Awareness

Congratulations to all 23 Class of 2014 graduates!