Camden Hills Regional High School

Home of the Windjammers


Camden Hills Regional High School is located in Rockport, Maine about halfway between Portland and Acadia National Park, serving approximately 690 students in grades 9 - 12 from the towns of Appleton, Camden, Hope, Lincolnville and Rockport.

Camden Hills Regional High School is the only school in the Five Town CSD. Although a separate district from MSAD #28, which serves the K-8 students of Camden and Rockport, the Five Town CSD and MSAD #28 share the same central office administration and staff including the  Superintendent, Assistant Superintendent, Special Education Director and Business Manager. In addition, members of the MSAD #28 Board of Directors also serve on the Five Town CSD Board of Directors.

Students in Camden Hills Regional High School routinely score among the highest 10% of schools in the state on standardized testing, and the high school has a graduation rate of over 90% with almost 70% pursuing post-secondary degree programs.

Our high school is commonly ranked as one of the top high schools in the state of Maine. In addition to strong academics, we boast:

  • exceptional athletic facilities and teams
  • first-class theater, art and music programs
  • a plethora of extra-curricular activities
  • perhaps the most robust international program in the state
  • a community committed to developing student's minds, bodies, and hearts

Students come to us from Appleton Village School (AVS, K-8) in Appleton, Camden-Rockport Middle School (CRMS, 5-8) in Camden, Hope Elementary School (HES, K-8) in Hope and Lincolnville Central School (LCS, K-8) in Lincolnville.

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