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Riley School
Warrenton Street Main House
Glen Cove, ME 04846
Phone: 207-596-6405
Email: info@rileyschool.org
Fax: 207-596-0007

Riley School Mission

The mission of Riley School is to fully support the needs of young children and adolescents during their critical years of cognitive, emotional, physical, and social growth. Riley School believes that self worth is the key to success in academic achievement, creative expression, personal happiness, discipline, and community service. We champion the ability of all people to collaborate and to help others through cooperative work. We support the ability to recognize and value each individual's unique gifts and talents.

We foster a sense of responsibility towards our natural environment and strive to promote all of these goals within an educational setting that provides appropriate adult role models and a secure, loving atmosphere for learning.

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La fiesta SALSA TO SALSA!

Please come to this rocking event on Saturday, April 5th at 24 Lincoln Street, Rockland (former Lincoln Street Center Building). It's a time to socialize, dance and eat in the newly renovated space downstairs with a possibility to win one of our fabulous raffle prizes. 7:00-8:00pm Salsa dance ...
LOCAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS TO HOST  ANNUAL OPEN HOUSE ...

Finding the right school for a child can often be a difficult and time consuming process. With a variety of choices and too little time to gather the necessary information, it can sometimes be a challenge to find the right program to fit your child’s needs. With this in mind, the local Independen...
Riley School Children celebrate Founders Day

A tradition established to honor Glenna W. Plaisted, Riley founder who passed last spring.
Riley School Geography Bee

On Thursday, January 23, Middle and Upper School children participated in the Annual National Geographic Geography Bee. After seven exciting rounds, the nine children who made it to the finals were Albert Mank, Cecile Burbank, Devin Guptill, Dylan Morganstern, Emma Wilton, Finn Urey, Jack ...
Spelling Bee Winners

On Wednesday, January 15th, Riley School held its Annual Spelling Bee. Over 40 children participated in what turned out to the the longest Bee in recent years. After 13 rounds of competition, Finn Urey correctly spelled insinuated to become this year's winner. Lucas Fischer is this year's runner-up.
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