Casco Bay High School for Expeditionary Learning (CBHS) is a small and rigorous public high school that reflects the increasing diversity of Portland, Maine. Founded in 2005, CBHS is a school of choice for just under 400 students. At Casco Bay, we challenge and support our students to become college-ready through our 3Rs: Rigor, Relevance, and Relationships. 100% of the graduates in our first two senior classes were accepted to college. In 2016, CBHS was again named one of Maine’s top high schools by US News and World Report. CBHS is a credentialed school in the EL Education national network of schools, and for 2015-16, CBHS was again selected as a “Mentor School” within the network. In fall 2014, CBHS was named one of 20 "Deeper Learning" schools in the country and won the $100,000 Larry O'Toole Award from the Nellie Mae Foundation for advancing student-centered learning in New England.
Learn about Casco Bay High School through student-made videos in Arabic, French and Somali: HERE
(These videos were created by students during a spring 2016 intensive.)
Casco Bay High School Brochure
2016-2017 CBHS Family Handbook
CBHS School Success Plan - 2016-2017
March 2017 Newsletter
CBHS News In Arabic and French: HERE