Edgecomb, Maine 04556
CTL will hold an Open House in the spring, date to be determined. All members of the midcoast community are cordially invited to tour the school, meet the faculty, and ask questions about the program.
CTL will host an Open Tour on Wednesday, December 7 from 8:20-10:00. CTL anticipates openings for the 2023-24 school year in kindergarten, grade 6, and grade 7. Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend; prospective students may visit the school at a later date.
For families interested in learning more about the school or visiting CTL at another time, please use this inquiry form or contact Katy Inman, Head of School, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 882-9706.
CTL opened its doors on Cross Point Road in September, 1990, under the direction of educator Nancie Atwell. The school is accredited through the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and has state and federal tax-exempt status as a non-profit corporation. Tuition is approximately one-third that of other area independent schools, and generous tuition assistance is available. CTL serves up to 80 children in grades K-8 in five groupings: K, 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, and 7-8.
CTL is an award-winning school, with a faculty famous for great teaching. The program is challenging and interesting, the building is beautiful and inviting, and the students are motivated and high achieving.
CTL’s graduates are successful at all kinds of high schools, from Lincoln Academy, Wiscasset, Boothbay, and Morse; to Waynflete, North Yarmouth Academy, Kents Hill and Hebron Academy; to Phillips Exeter, Phillips Andover, St. Paul’s, and Walnut Hill.
CTL is also a demonstration school, training teachers from across the United States through a combination of internships, seminars, published writing by the faculty, and professional DVD’s. CTL’s philosophy and methods are an invitation to other educators to look with new eyes at what is possible for their schools and students.
Please call the school for additional information at (207) 882-9706.
Directions from the Boothbay Region: North on Route 27; a left turn onto Eddy Road after Chase & Associates, then a left turn onto Cross Point Road: CTL is located about a half mile down on the right.
From Damariscotta or Wiscasset: Travel on Route 1 to the Route 27 South junction, then drive south (toward the Boothbay Region) and make a right turn onto Mason Road (one mile from Route 1); turn right onto Eddy Road; then take an almost immediate left onto Cross Point Road, and drive about a half mile farther to CTL.
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