Students & Staff at Camden Hills

Our Students

A school is only as good as the students who attend it and the students at Camden Hills are very, very good! Below is just a sampling of recent student accomplishments. If you want to be in a school where you will be recognized for your skills, talents and character, join our outstanding student body!

Over the last six years 21 students were National Merit Semi-Finalists, and 6 were National Merit Finalists. A group of students know as the WindPlanners who are committed to the environment have been named the New England Regional recipient of the EPA Presidential Environmental Youth Award. In addition, The WindPlanners’ project “Moving Towards a Carbon Free School” was chosen by Volvo Incorporated as a Finalist in the International Project Adventure Competition.

Over 251 schools from 51 countries submitted applications to Project Adventure. Only 8 teams from across the globe, ours among them, were invited to present their work in Sweden. Our team, the only one from the United States, won 3rd place in this very prestigious competition.

Our Staff

The Camden Hills Regional High School staff is phenomenal. Each year many of them receive local, regional and national recognition. Highlights of their accomplishments show that CHRHS students have access to some of the finest teachers in New England. Ten CHRHS teachers/counselors have earned National Board Certification. CHRHS has more nationally certified teachers that any other school in Maine. In fact, our school has more nationally certified teachers than most school districts in Maine. Three of our teachers are Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science. One of our physics teachers received the Yale-Lynn Hall Teacher Action Research Prize. One of our science teachers was selected for the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Educator Achievement Award and the PASCO STEM Educator Award. Another teacher was selected by the Maine Science Teachers Association for the prestigious Louis P. Lambert Award.  A CHRHS art teacher was selected as the recipient of a special award for distinguished service as a Maine Art Educator.




Type of school: High School

Number of students: 500 to 2,000 students

Male vs. Female students:Male and female

Housing Type: Home stay

25 Keelson Dr
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: 207-236-7800

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