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School board:BATH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Address: 800 HIGH STREET Zip: 4530
Phone: 207-443-8257 Website:
NCES/PSS Code: 2.30294E+11 Co-Education:
Library: Charter:No
Teachers:7.5 Student Teach Ratio:1
Locale: Small Town Migrant Students:
Male: Female:
American: Asian:
Black: Hispanic:
White: Unknown:
Reduced Lunch:1 Free Lunch:
Within this school room are smaller teacher rooms created by students to exchange homework help and classroom related information. If you want to add a new teacher room please do so. All rooms are FREE to join and create. Invite other classmates to join, post and chat.Morse High School in Bath, Maine, draws on the communities of Bath, West Bath, Phippsburg, Woolwich, Georgetown, Five Islands and Arrowsic, Maine. The original school building, a gift to the city from Charles W. Morse, burned down March 24,1928 and was later rebuilt in 1929. A large addition was made in 1969, and a vocational center was added in 1996. As of 2006, Morse's population is 800 students, 97% Caucasian, 1% African-American and 1% Hispanic. The student/teacher ratio at Morse is 14:1.

 

Estimated Expenses for Full-time Beginning Undergraduate Students

  • Beginning students are those who are entering postsecondary education for the first time.
Financial Aid
Average graduate student tuition and fees for academic year 2012-2013
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