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Congratulations on your acceptance to Cheverus! For one hundred years, Cheverus has been committed to educational excellence in the formation of young men and women of competence, conscience and compassion. We look forward to welcoming you into our vibrant and welcoming community of learners in the fall. Below please find information regarding upcoming dates, and enrollment information for incoming Cheverus students.

Important dates and information:

 

Wednesday, May 1, 2019 - New Students Welcome Ceremony (6:00 pm)

Thursday, May 23, 2019, 5:30 - 7:00pm - Spring Open House An opportunity to meeting coaches, advisors and student leaders of various campus actitvities and learn about summer programming.

Friday, May 31, 2019 - Blazer Bazaar, 3:00-5:00pm, Cheverus Cafeteria, An opportunity to purchase gently-used dress code attire at an affordable price. Organized by the Cheverus Families Association. Proceeds benefit enrichment programs for families sponsored by the CFA.

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 - New Parent Welcome Reception & Orientation

Thursday, August, 29, 2019 - New Student Orientation

Information regarding Tuition Assistance:

The tuition assistance committee is currently reviewing all completed FACTs financial assistance applications submitted by the February 8, 2019  first-round of tuition assistance deadline. All FACTs applicants should kindly review online applications to ensure that all the required documentation has been uploaded and verified by FACTs. Please note that only completed applications can be reviewed by the tuition assistance committee. Upon review of completed applications, the tuition assistance committee will notify families of assistance packages via email through FACTs in the coming weeks.

Applying for tuition assistance early enables enough time for FACTS to verify the accuracy of the information provided. This process can take up to several weeks. As such, if you intend to apply for tuition assistance, and have not done so already, we recommend getting started as soon as possible. FACTs Application

Enrollment Information:


If you are ready to enroll now for the fall, please note that our online enrollment process for incoming families is open. To complete our online enrollment process, kindly access your ParentsWeb account.

To access ParentsWeb:
  • Please go to ParentsWeb.
  • CH-ME -  District Code field
  • Click Create New ParentsWeb Account following the prompts.  If you are a current or returning Cheverus parent and already have a ParentsWeb account, please enter your user name and password.  If you have forgotten your username or password, please click on the link provided.
  • After logging in, click on the Family Information button in the left menu.
  • Click on the Enrollment/Reenrollment button.
  • Our Online Enrollment system will open with a link to the enrollment packet.

The online process should take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Your information will be saved if you need to take a break and resume later. We ask that you complete the online process and submit the enrollment packet within two weeks of receiving admission. Please note: the enrollment process works best on a laptop or a computer with an available printer. 

The Instructions and Enrollment Checklist page of the enrollment packet contains supplemental enrollment forms that also must be submitted. Further instructions on these forms are provided online.

Questions? Concerns? Please get in touch by emailing admissions@cheverus.org or calling 207-774-6238 x114.

Wellness Forms

Required Medical Forms for all Students

Cheverus requires the following wellness forms for incoming freshman: Physical Evaluation (completed by your doctor's office), Self-Evaluation and Permissions to Treat. All forms are due prior to the start of school. Transfer students must also complete the MPA Transfer form. International students must provide proof of insurance. All forms can be accessed through online enrollment. 

Forms may be scanned and emailed or sent by fax to Nurse Marty. The fax number is listed on all forms. Nurse Marty will confirm receipt within 24-72 hours. If you have questions or concerns, please reach out to Nurse Marty at: 207-774-6238 X 168 or Harvey@Cheverus.org.

Summer Enrichment

Learn more and register here

Summer Session II (July 22-Aug 2)

Grade 9

This course is designed for rising 9th graders and includes topics in English, math and Cheverus 101. Prepare for the academic rigors of Cheverus and begin building community with your peers by attending this class. Cheverus teachers will focus on academic skills that will allow you to hit the ground running on day one whether you are enrolled in Geometry or Algebra! In English, you will focus on developing writing skills as well as reading for content. Cheverus 101 will teach you the first steps of being a Cheverian.

Introduction to Coding **

July 8-19, M-F, 8:00-11:00 a.m.,  ½ credit, Grades 9-12 -- $300

Learn the basics of how computer programs work -- even if you’ve never done any programming before! Students in this hands-on course will use online coding tools like MIT’s Scratch to learn programming concepts in an interactive environment. Students will learn the fundamentals of computer science via Python programming language, including variables, user input, control structures, functions with parameters and return values, and basic graphics. Students explore sample programs, solve problems, and complete challenging projects. 

Introduction to Theatre **

July 8-19, M-F, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.,  ½ credit, Grades 9-12 -- $300

In this course, students will study Thornton Wilder’s classic American play, “Our Town.” After a close reading of the play, students will participate in critical discussions and begin the process towards understanding what it means to be part of an ensemble with the purpose of telling a story. Students will participate in improvisational acting exercises and theatre games in a safe, supportive environment to develop this understanding. Many individual scenes in the play will be rehearsed with the ultimate goal of a “polished performance” (at the conclusion of the term) in mind.  The universal beauty and power of Wilder’s play will be the foundation for our learning about the theatrical text, production and performance. A “willing suspension of disbelief” (Coleridge) is all that is required to enroll.