Welcome to Greely High School

Welcome
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 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 

News and Announcements

  • Weekly Update - Week of 4/27 Please click on this link to view the Weekly Update
    Posted Apr 17, 2015, 8:26 AM by Joanna Foster
  • Weekly Update - Week of 4/13 Please click on the attached link to access the weekly updateWeekly Update - Week of 4/13
    Posted Apr 10, 2015, 12:10 PM by Joanna Foster
  • Weekly Update - Week of 4/6 Click on link to view the weekly updateWeekly Update - Week of 4/6
    Posted Apr 3, 2015, 11:56 AM by Joanna Foster
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Letters from the Principal

  • January 30, 2015 FROM MR. McKEONEGreetings Parents and Guardians, I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. I enjoyed spending time with family and friends. It’s hard to believe that ...
    Posted Jan 30, 2015, 11:48 AM by Joanna Foster
  • November 2014 Greetings Greely Parents, We have had a wonderful first quarter of the school year! Our students have settled in and our teachers continue to do great things in the classroom ...
    Posted Nov 14, 2014, 7:58 AM by Joanna Foster
  • August 2014 Hello Everyone! I hope you have been enjoying the beautiful Maine summer and have had the opportunity to spend time outside with family and friends. I have been able to ...
    Posted Sep 2, 2014, 8:13 AM by Joanna Foster
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CONGRATULATIONS JOSH COYLE!!


Junior Josh Coyle is a runner-up in the NY Times's student persuasive writing contest.  His essay on the faults of pop music placed him in the top 25 out of almost 4,500 submissions!