Philosophy & the Sea
Geometry of Navigation
3D Art for Marine Careers
The ocean-related theme that makes Maine Ocean School unique will permeate all learning activities in and out of every classroom. The academic program will provide a complete high school curriculum that exceeds state standards in eight content areas: Career & Education Development, English Language Arts, Health & Physical Education, Mathematics, Science & Technology, Social Studies, Visual & Performing Arts, and World Languages. In addition to these core content areas, specialized academic programs focused on Marine Science, Transportation, Engineering, and Management will be individually pursued by Maine Ocean School students based on their interests.
We are building and strengthening many community partnerships in order to offer internships and real-world experiences to Maine Ocean School students. View our growing list of community partners.
Sailing | Kayaking | Small Boat Handling
Swimming | Small Engine Repair | Robotics
*See Academic Program Guide for a complete list of possible courses. This is only a sample.
Entry level Merchant Mariner Credential (MMC)
Transportation Workers Identification Card (TWIC)
USCG-approved Basic Safety Training (BST)
On the 15th of February 2017, Maine Ocean School submitted a plan to the Maine State legislature's Joint Standing Committee on Education and Cultural Affairs. Thank you to all involved who helped make this possible!
Below are links to the information submitted to legislature:
Maine Ocean School
P.O. Box 10, Searsport, Maine 04974