Admissions materials for the 2020-2021 year are now posted on the documents tab. We are looking for families who are a great fit for The Eddy School with students for whom The Eddy School is a great fit as well.
If you would like to schedule a visit before submitting the forms, do not hesitate to ask. Parents are welcomed to come for up to two hours. Applicants will need to visit for an entire day as part of the application packet; this can happen before the official documents are submitted if you so desire.
First round applications are due April 3, 2020. All applications received by this time will be given equal weight. After that, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis as space allows. The Eddy School will have at least three openings for 2020-2021.
Faculty and Administration
The Eddy School is administered and primarily taught by Deb Kulik Webster, a K-8 Maine certified teacher with 25+ years of teaching experience in public, private, and home schools, who received the Education Professional of the Year Award from the Bethel Area Chamber of Commerce in 2016.
She received her B.S. from M.I.T (1990) and her M.Ed. from Lesley College (1991). She maintains her Maine certification with regular professional development activities. She homeschooled her own children from birth into middle school and has been an educational consultant for 17 years.
In 2011, Deb allowed The Eddy School to begin and is now proud to offer this academically rigorous and enriching experience in service to her local community.
Please come share your passion with The Eddy School.
Classical Education Components
Monthly recitations and Poet-Teas | Individualized math programs | Reading and analyzing at least two books per month | Weekly writing assignments | Chronological world history | Copywork in cursive | Art, music, and world language classes
Weekly science experiments and lab reports | Team building at Bryant Pond 4H Camp | Field trips to plays, Symphonies, and musicals | Project based learning | The Rube Goldberg Challenge | Meridian Stories competition | Service Learning work with Mahoosuc Land Trust, Androscoggin River Watershed Council, and others