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Maine Adult Education Association

Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education

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200 Sanford Road • Wells, ME 04090 • (207) 646-4565 • Fax: (207) 646-4596



Welcome to the Wells-Ogunquit Adult Community Education website.

We hope you find it a helpful tool for information and registrations.

If you have any questions please call us at 646-4565 or email


Fall 2014 Programs

Thank you for registering for so many classes! The most popular classes to date are:

If you're interested in any of the above classes don't wait to register.
Space is limited.


Muslim Journeys Film Series

off to a Great Start!

On Monday, September 8, 30 adults gathered in the WHS Auditorium for a viewing and discussion of "Prince Among Slaves", a film in the NEH Muslim Journeys program. The discussion was facilitated by Reza Jalali, teacher, writer, scholar and currently Coordinator of the Center for Multicultural Studies at USM. The film series will continue on Monday, October 6 with the viewing of "Koran by Heart". Discussion will be facilitated by Reza Jalali.  Please plan on joining us.


Website Changes

You may notice a difference in the look of the website and in the registration process.  Some new features include:

  • When you register for a class you don't have to leave our site and go through Paypal anymore. Your registration is processed directly on our site.
  • When you register for yourself and anyone else, it is now possible to include the other person's registration information.
  • You can check a box if you want the site to remember your payment information for future registrations.
  • You can register from your mobile device!
  • Call us if you have any questions (207-646-4565).


Construction at Wells High School

Please check here regularly for information about the Wells High School construction project that will impact teachers and participants in adult education programs. Remember that ultimately all the inconveniences will be worth it when we have a brand new, improved high school building.

Beginning in September please note:

  • Part of the parking lot closest to the school building is blocked off. You may have to park further away than you are used to.
  • The circular drive is not accessible.
  • The main entrance to the high school will be on the parking lot side of the building, doors 32 and 33. These are the doors you will use when you come for your adult education classes.
  • After entering the building, follow the hallway and turn right at the next hallway to go to both the adult education office and to get to your classroom. Signs will be posted for your convenience.


Commissioner of Education Reflects on adult high school graduations

Commissioner's Update


From the Maine DOE

Over the past month, I’ve had the privilege of speaking at not one, but three, adult education graduations. Having a small part in the celebration of the huge accomplishments of these unique students has been one of the greatest honors I’ve had as your Commissioner of Education.

Earning a high school diploma requires incredible hard work and perseverance, even under the best of circumstances. But the best of circumstances isn’t something many adult education students have known when it comes to their schooling.

Though they don’t make the front pages like their traditional high school or collegiate counterparts, the stories of the graduates I have seen receive their high school diploma or its equivalent through adult education have been especially humbling and serve as a reminder of adult education’s critical role in our communities.

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 Our office hours are:

Monday and Friday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Thank you for your support.


Gift Certificates 

Gift certificates aren't just for the holidays.  What could be easier or better than getting a WOACE gift certificate for that special person? Check out the News & Event item to find out how.  


Mission Statement

 WOACE commits to promoting life-long learning in our community in a safe and welcoming environment. WOACE creates experiences and partners with local organizations to provide a broad scope of services to enhance adults' roles as worker, community member and family member.


Thank you for your support of adult community education and visiting our website.  We hope you have enjoyed your visit and find it easy to use and navigate.  We welcome your comments and suggestions.  You can get more information about our program by clicking on the links below.  If you have a suggestion for a course or program or would like to offer a course, please contact us at 646-4565 or email the Director at

Our website is a part of the Maine Adult Education Portal, sponsored and managed by the Maine Adult Education Association. When you visit the MAEA website online at, you can search for courses and programs statewide to find the perfect class closest to where you work or live.

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200 Sanford Road • Wells, ME 04090 • (207) 646-4565 • Fax: (207) 646-4596