Brewer High School is a comprehensive high school of approximately 700 students from the City of Brewer and surrounding towns in grades nine through twelve. Nestled in the heart of Eastern Maine, Brewer is a school large enough to offer a wide variety of programs and extracurricular activities, but is small enough to personalize the high school experience for each student.
Our highly qualified faculty and staff work diligently to provide students with many opportunities and programs to challenge themselves to grow and develop not only academically but also socially and civically. Academic offerings include AP courses, the Honors Diploma Program, early college courses, internships, and career and technology education through our partnership with the United Technologies Center. In addition, students are provided with opportunities to develop their leadership skills through our partnerships with Jobs for Maine Graduates and the Air Force through JROTC.
Every Brewer High School freshman is provided with a team of teachers dedicated to ensuring that the transition from middle school to high school is smooth and successful. This programming includes freshman seminars, academic study halls with team teachers and a one-to-one laptop deployment program.
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Attention all former Brewer High alumni who participated in outdoor track, indoor track, or cross country during their high school years. 2016 is the 100th anniversary of the first outdoor track team at Brewer High School and we are throwing a celebration for the ages! Come join us and reconnect with “Orange Crush” and “Orange Wave” teammates and socialize with athletes from other generations that share a connection to the programs. Take in (and for the brave compete in) a ...
Brewer High's robotics team Orange Chaos 4564 made it all the way to the finals of the New England District Championship in Hartford, CT and ended up in fifth place, the highest finish in the history of the team. This qualifies the team for the 2016 FIRST World Championships in St. Louis, Missouri on April 27-30.
Congratulations to the members of the junior class who were inducted into National Honor Society tonight: Castine Barry-Grant, Collin Averill, Madison Bean, Margaret Coyle, Crystal Dore, Tyler Hersey, Kathryn Jakubowski, Lia Johnson, Sarah Maxsimic, Michelle Maybury, Rose McLaughlin, Irene Neal, Courtney Pearson, and Alyssa Vargo.