Trudy Bell returns to GSA after eight years to serve as Advancement Associate. She spent three years working at The Bay School as a business manager and five years working at Parker Ridge Retirement Community as administrative coordinator. During her previous ten-year stint at GSA, Bell held several positions, including registrar and director of annual giving. She is the parent of two GSA alums.
Seth Brown is GSA’s new Director of Finance and Operations. He is a ‘98 graduate of Maine Maritime Academy, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in marina/boatyard management, and an ‘01 graduate of the University of Maine, where he earned a master’s degree in management. Brown joins GSA after a 22-year soccer career, which included youth, collegiate and professional soccer. Most recently, he was the director of business development for Gateway Title of Maine. A Searsport native, Brown resides in Frankfort with his wife, Mariko, and three children, Wade, Mayako, and Sachiko.
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Wilson Museum celebrates Bowdoin's centennial
Join the Wilson Museum in celebrating the centennial of Maine Maritime Academy’s schooner Bowdoin, the official vessel of the State of Maine, at programs that revisit Donald MacMillan’s Arctic explorations and delve into the art of shipsmithing.
GSA announces new staffas school resumes
A total of seven new members have been added to the staff of George Stevens Academy, according to a press release issued by the private nonprofit high school. The new staff include faculty and administrative personnel.
Falls Bridge construction project scheduled
Project estimated at $10.5 million
Women's Skillet Toss
Intercontinental & Greater Hancock County Championship Saturday, September 4 , 3:30 p.m., Grandstand Track
The Largest Pumpkin or Squash Contest
Judging Friday, 1 p.m., Exhibition Hall
Wild blueberry pie and muffin baking contest
Enter Saturday before noon, judging 1 p.m., Exhibition Hall
Hundreds attend Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival
BLUE HILL—More than 300 visitors braved the heat and oppressive humidity preceding Tropical Storm Henri on Saturday, August 21, to attend the Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival.
Snow's Cove Road reopens to traffic
Fishway passage restored
Farm animals shine at the Fair
Sheep, oxen, horses and more
Exhibition Hall offers glimpse into farming life
New to the Exhibition Hall this year: the Flower Show!
3 KEYS TO HAVING A STUDENT MINDSET
We all do it. We get comfortable riding what and how we ride. Why bother stretching ourselves? Why try something different, more challenging, and unusual? Because having a student mindset focused on learning and growing will make you a safer rider. And, it’s downright fun!
Alexander Tully named second honor essayist at GSA
Alexander Patrick Tully, Second Honor Essayist.
Eagles, Mariners rock GSA gym in overtime game
Both teams headed to playoffs
GSA girls basketball team falls in prelim
FORT FAIRFIELD—The George Stevens Academy girls basketball team’s season came to an end on February 11, after a 27-54 loss at No. 3 Fort Fairfield in a Class C North preliminary game.
GSA's undefeated season rolls on
Boys basketball team 14-0
GSA Girls Show Promise In Early Losses
BLUE HILL—In their opening games of the 2019-20 varsity season, the Eagles came out on the losing side but with one big reason to celebrate: the promise of better scores to come.
Quarterfinal win historic for GSA volleyball team
BLUE HILL—The George Stevens Academy volleyball team made history on October 26 when they took a 3-0 win over Machias for the program’s first ever playoffwin.
GSA Volleyball Team Aces Jonesport
BLUE HILL—The George Stevens Academy volleyball team wrapped up its regular season with a 3-2 win over Jonesport-Beals at home on October 22, but it was not without drama and a little nail biting.
GSA Volleyball Team Digs In For Comeback Win
BLUE HILL—What takes a team from last place two seasons ago to the top spot in Class C for the 2019 season? For the George Stevens Academy volleyball team, it has taken drive, determination, patience, and a comeback win against Narraguagus on October 7.
Former GSA Standout Sailor On World Tour To Boost Girls' Education
BLUE HILL—“I always found school and sailing to be incredibly empowering,” said Courtney Koos, who was educated at George Stevens Academy and Bowdoin College and sailed for both schools, in an email.