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
Tuesday, August 28, 2018: Welcome Reception
Wednesday, August, 29, 2018: New Student Orientation
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 207-774-6238 x115.
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 by April 25, 2018. 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.
July 16-27, M-F, 7:45 a.m.-noon, incoming 9th graders -- $300
Cheverus’ Summer Enrichment Program provides students with a feel for the demanding expectations of a college preparatory school like Cheverus. All the faculty members of the enrichment program are teachers at Cheverus High School during the academic year. This program is geared to give a two-week orientation of what is to be expected of our incoming freshmen with the core classes of Reading, Writing, and Math. Cheverus teachers will focus on executive function, study skills and academic foundation skills that will allow you to hit the ground running on day one! In math, you will be prepared for your enrollment in Geometry or Algebra. In English, you will focus on developing writing skills and reading for content.
Helpful Cheverus Contact Information
June 08, 2018
Dear Incoming Students,
As summer approaches, I wanted to take a moment to give you information for the Cheverus 18-19 school year. You may find yourself with a variety of questions including about our dress code, the lunch program, access to summer opportunities on our campus, summer reading and our academic standards. Below please a contact person for each item.
Summer Reading 2018: Ms. Po, Assistant Principal for Academics, email@example.com
Renweb & Schedule Access: Ms. Merrill, Registrar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheverus Email Access: Ms. Glass, Librarian and Webmaster, email@example.com
Dress Code At A Glance: Mr. Costigan, Dean of Students, firstname.lastname@example.org
Laptop Recommendation: Dr. Nielsen, Technology Coordinator, email@example.com
Summer Classes at Cheverus: Ms. Po, Assistant Principal for Academics, firstname.lastname@example.org
Course Change Requests: Ms. Caron, Director of Guidance, email@example.com
Pre-Season Athletic Information: Ms. Ashley, Athletic Director, firstname.lastname@example.org
Work Grant: Ms. Bishop, Business Office, email@example.com
Cheverus Lunch Program: Ms. Bishop, Business Office, firstname.lastname@example.org
Textbook Online Store: Ms. Po email@example.com
As a Cheverus student you will become skilled in managing Google Drive, Google Classroom, Renweb, and old-fashioned paper life during your years here. You will maintain daily professional email communications with teachers and fellow students for academic and student leadership purposes. You will follow MLA format when writing papers. You can expect a variety of note-taking methods in class, 25-30 pages of reading a night in addition to daily math and world language practice. Cheverus students become masters of organizational habits to juggle diverse interests as academically-driven and well-rounded scholars.
One of the unique programs at Cheverus is our community-wide read. For the 18-19 school year, all students, faculty, and staff will read "One Goal" by Amy Bass. When we return in the fall, our school will engage in activities and discussions around the themes of this book.
The information provided here can be found archived in the Class of 2022 Google Classroom. Please be sure to have ready access to your Cheverus email to receive notifications about new postings in the Class of 2022 Google Classroom. Teachers will post information on this Google Classroom throughout the summer. The faculty and staff look forward to welcoming you to your new home in the fall.
Assistant Principal for Academics