The purposes of this Averill/alfond School to provide a home for the reception and support of needy boys and girls who are in need of a home and a helping hand, to maintain and operate a school for them and to attend to the physical, industrial, moral and spiritual development of those who shall be placed in its care; its spirit to be evangelical without being sectarian.
our mission remains to provide a home and helping hand for young people and families.
The organization has helped more than 6,000 youth from Maine and other states.
Today, Good Will-Hinckley is home to youth facing complex academic, social, behavioral and emotional challenges.
Before going to Good Will, they may have lacked sufficient support at home and/or in school.
The 2,450 acre campus serves as many as 300 youth per year, ages 11 through 21.
Good Will offers complete residential, educational, and counseling services. The campus also has a museum, library, organic farm, Alfond Recreation Center, and several athletic fields.
- Grades: 5-12
- Students: 82 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 13%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
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