Look At Where Our Seniors Are Going!
Paige Worcester EMCC & NMCC - Medical Assistant
Marisa Clark UMF (Special Education)
Kendra Ireland Sam Houston State University
Sarah Owens UMO School of Business (w/a 4yr. $1000/yr. scholarship)
Kasidie Chapman UMFK or UMPI (w/ a $2000 scholarship to study English
Megan Kennedy Unity College to study Wildlife Biology
Melanie Guimond UMFK to study Behavioral Science
Becky Theriault Air Force
Vincent Campbell Air Force
Branden Nichols Navy Seals
MSAD #20 is a single town school administrative district serving 600 students in grades Pre-K to 12, with 102 full and part time employees. The School system enjoys strong community support and offers a wide variety of programs and activities. Over 65% of graduates go on to post secondary education.
Fort Fairfield is a neighborhood community located in Central Aroostook County with close proximity to all of the amenities found in larger cities. It is a place where neighbors reach out to neighbors. Fort Fairfield attracts growing families and senior citizens alike. The people of the town value family heritage, support education and recreational opportunities, and enjoy the unique cultural experience of Canada as their neighbor. Settled in 1816, Fort Fairfield is the second oldest community in Aroostook County. Named after Governor John Fairfield in 1839, the community was incorporated in 1858.