What's Happening

Watershed Attracts Attention from Harvard University Students   Watershed School in Camden has caught the eye of students at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education.  Over the past few months, graduate school students have journeyed up the New England coast to learn more about the unique educational program offered at the local, independent high school, now in its 12th year.   According to Watershed’s Director, Will Galloway, “they have come to see...
This week, Watershed Seniors heard more good news from 8 top colleges from across the country- Mt. Holyoke, Beloit, Clark University, New College of FLorida, Emerson, Ithaca, University of Maine, and University of New England.  Add these to growing list of schools that may well have Watershed students enrolled next year, inlcuding Wellesley, American University, George Mason, Kenyon College and many others.  Congratulations Class of 2015!
Over 23 skiers participated in Watershed School's 5th Annual Ski-A-Thon held at the Camden Snow Bowl on Sunday, March 8th. Collectively, students, parents, and Board members completed well over 275 runs to raise money for scholarships. A BIG THANK YOU to everyone who supported this event!
Brown University Students Learn from Watershed School   Braving the elements and a four-hour drive in the early morning this past Thursday, three graduate students in education from Brown paid a visit to Watershed School in Camden. Jennifer Kim, Reina Thomas and Wendy Rogers are all enrolled in Brown’s MAT program and are training to become classroom teachers. One aspect of the MAT program is for candidates to spend a minimum of sixty hours observing other teachers in a variety of...