Greely High School serves the communities of Cumberland and North Yarmouth, Maine. Greely strives to offer a personalized educational experience for all students. We offer a variety of student programs and services including AP courses and the International Baccalaureate Program. We invite parents and community members to assist us in our efforts to provide our students with lifelong learning opportunities and the ability to achieve at their highest level. Please be sure to provide us with any feedback related to your child’s educational experience while attending Greely. ~Dan McKeone, Greely High School Principal 


School Announcements

  • Weekly Update - Week of 2/1 Click here to access the Weekly UpdateHave a great weekend!
    Posted Jan 29, 2016, 12:08 PM by Joanna Foster
  • Weekly Update - Week of 1/25 Please click on the link to access the Weekly Update for the Week of 1/25Note that Monday will be a Day C
    Posted Jan 22, 2016, 12:00 PM by Joanna Foster
  • Weekly Update - Week of 1/18 Please click on the link to access the weekly update - WEEKLY UPDATE.Reminder - There is no school on Monday January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Day.Have a great weekend!
    Posted Jan 15, 2016, 12:03 PM by Joanna Foster
  • Weekly Update - Week of 12/14 Click on link to access the Weekly Update - Week of 12/14
    Posted Dec 11, 2015, 12:30 PM by Joanna Foster
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Greely High School Mission Statement
The Greely High School community is committed to creating a safe, caring and ethical learning environment that is responsive to the needs of its learners. In order to prepare for global citizenship in a changing world, students must learn to communicate and collaborate effectively. Students are encouraged to be open-minded toward other cultures and to evaluate multiple viewpoints. The Greely High School community believes that creativity, innovation, critical thinking, and problem solving are integral to contemporary education and for successful participation in twenty-first century society. Our school culture supports the exploration of new ideas, personalization of learning, and educational risk-taking.