Webpages:

Stories:

  • NEWS
    How Lobsters are Keeping Students in School [The Atlantic]
    An experimental marine science track at Deer Isle-Stonington High School, implemented in part by principal Todd West ’00, may be at the forefront of a national movement to cater high school curricula to local community culture.
  • NEWS
    Seeking Abundance After the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster [Babson Blogs]
    In 2016, a prototype college program based on College of the Atlantic was created on the island of Ōsakikamijima, Japan, with the first students designing the future college. The Human Ecology Lab in Ōsakikamijima was both a proof of concept and a demonstration of the ways that students could learn through community-based projects in sustainable energy, food systems, design thinking, entrepreneurship and community activism.
  • NEWS
    Students See Promise in Careers in the Business of Sustainability [Press Herald]
    “Everything we work on is involved in the community. It isn’t theoretical, but real,” Spencer Gray ’17 tells the Portland Press Herald. Many College of the Atlantic students like Gray self-direct their studies, and there are ample opportunities for collaborations with other students and the one-on-one interactions with professors that small colleges afford.

Events:

September 27th, 2017

  • Sep
    27

    Apple picking

    3:00pm, Whale skull Join the Outing Club for an afternoon of apple picking, and admire the changing landscape during Maine’s most evocative season.
  • Sep
    27

    Canoeing

    3:00pm, Whale skull Join us in a calm and relaxed paddle among the tree’s spectacle of changing leaves. 

Faculty: