Private School in Waterville, ME
Mount Merici Academy is an Ursuline Catholic school encompassing nursery school through the 8th grade. Located in Waterville, ME, we have designed our curriculum with a focus on our mission: nurturing the whole child – mind, body and spirit – providing love and guidance so that students can achieve their personal best.
In partnership with families, our goal is to instill Christ-centered values of respect, responsibility and self-discipline, teaching students in the Ursuline Serviam tradition of service to our community and the world. Our curriculum is centered on basic skills of reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social sciences at all grade levels. We empower students to continue to succeed once they leave our school, and become leaders who serve their families and their communities.
For a quality Christ-centered education in an environment where your child will grow and thrive, come visit Mount Merici Academy and see for yourself why you should enroll your child today. Contact us for more information!
We are extremely proud of Mount Merici Academy’s evolution to include a middle school/junior high school! Continuing in the Ursuline tradition of educating the whole child – mind, body and spirit, we have developed a uniquely enriching educational experience for our Upper Wing students.
We believe that we offer our middle school students an experience unmatched by any other available opportunity at a most critical time in their development. Our belief in this regard is confirmed by our current students and especially by our graduates.
Please enjoy a glimpse into Mount Merici Academy’s Upper Wing Experience:
Mount Merici Academy is proud to announce our 2016 Standardized Test Scores:
Grade 3: 3 grade levels above current grade
Grade 4: 3.5 grade levels above current grade
Grade 5: 3.5 grade levels above current grade
Grade 6: 4 grade levels above current grade
Grade 7: 3.5 grade levels above current grade
Grade 8: 3.25 grade levels above current grade
We are proud of our continued academic tradition!