Welcome to Winslow High School's Website!                  

Chad Bell, Principal
Richard Hendsbee, Assistant Principal
Winslow High School
20 Danielson St.
Winslow, Maine 04901
Phone: (207) 872-1990
Fax: (207) 859-2450
Chad Bell

Greetings students, parents, staff, and community members.   As the Principal of Winslow High School, I want to welcome you to our website.   The goal of the website is to provide all stakeholders with useful information.  It is also important for us, as a school, to highlight the successes of our students both in and out of the classroom.  Please check the Winslow High School website frequently for updates. Chad Bell, Principal

Winslow High School Principal's Blog

MMTC Local Skills Championships  ​
Congratulations to Winslow High School student champions!​
​ Gold medalists will compete at the State Skills USA Championships
 on March 3 and 4 in Bangor.​ Click here for Sentinel Article.
​Automotive Service Technology: silver-Tyler Pooler
Cabinetmaking: gold-Hillary Libby
Commercial Baking: gold-Harley Fitch; silver-Chyanne Bizier
Criminal Justice: silver-Alison Bouchard
Digital Cinema Production: bronze-Demeka Roderick
Information technology: gold-Kurt Hamar;
 bronze-Joshua Morissette

Medical Math: bronze-Samantha Pomerleau
Medical Terminolgy: gold-Samantha Pomerleau
Nurse Assisting: gold-Samantha Pomerleau
Preschool Teaching Assistant: bronze-Kiana Richards
Related Technical Math: gold-Joshua Morissette;
 silver-Jordan Maxell

Seusical Cast
SEUSSICAL was presented at WHS
Winlsow High School Goes to College
Winslow High School Goes to College

Friday, November 6th. The morning  started with a motivational speech by Laurie Lachance, the President of Thomas College. Then 500 students and staff boarded buses heading off to visit one of eight Maine colleges.

Congratulations to all our teams that have now completed their seasons!


Regional Winners Wrestling

Class B North champion  wrestlers move on to states after winning their weight class. Devon Vigue, pin(113), Ryan Fredette, dec(170) and Patrick Hopkins,pin(182). Also qualifying for states: Ben Abbott(160) and Nat Beckwith(220).

Congratulations to Alexa Petrovic, who was selected by WHS staff as "Student of the Month for February. Alexa was nominated for Academic Excellence, Citizenship and Acceptance of others.

Alex Petrovic Student of the Month February
Alexa is a student who exemplifies the characteristics of leadership, integrity, and honesty. As a leader she was chosen to represent the State of Maine at the Jobs for Americas Graduates Leadership Academy in Washington DC. She has also been chosen to represent Winslow High School at the Hugh O’Brien Leadership Conference in May of 2016.  Alexa is a student that is always choosing to better herself. She chooses to work hard and learn from the many experiences that are offered to her.

Senior, Alec Clark Wins Graziano Award and $5000 Scholarship.

Congratulations Alec!
Alec received the trophy for being the top Offensive Linesman in the state. Alec also received a trophy, leather jacket, along with the $5,000 scholarship. He is the first linesman to be chosen who is not from a class A team. See the Morning Sentinel article here:


Guidance News
 New Information on Guidance Page for Seniors and upcoming events.

WHS Technology Team Wins
Thomas College Competition
Jordan Maxell, Josh Morissette, Ben Lemieux, Sylas Rayborn and Jacob Crosby competed against 14 other Maine teams. The competition had three main events, Cyber Security, Robotics and League of Legends. Team members belong to  the WHS computer club and are CyberPatriot competitors. Congratulations! Select the link for the Sentinel Article.

Winslow Football Class C State Champions!!!
Winslow 24 -Yarmouth 10
Alec Clark named Waterville Sentinel Football player of the Year AND Coach Mike Siviski was name Football Coach of the Year

Term 1 Honor Rolls