Cape Elizabeth

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Cape Elizabeth High School - Extracurricular Activities - Clubs and More
... government and provides a student representative to the Cape Elizabeth School Board ... Cape Elizabeth Mock Trial has competed in State Finals six times since 2002 ... Notably, the Cape Elizabeth Educational Foundation is a private not-for-profit charitable corporation that lends additional support to programming in all of the Cape ...
Cape Elizabeth, Maine - Notable People
... Joan Benoit, marathon runner George Cleeve, early settler Eliot Cutler, lawyer, entrepreneur, politician Bette Davis, actress Cynthia Dill, lawyer and 2012 Democratic candidate for United States Senate Eleanor Espling, politician John Ford, film director Dorothy Bush Koch, sister of former President George W ... Bush Samuel Longfellow, clergyman and hymn writer Jean Ginn Marvin, state legislator Gary Merrill, actor Dodge Morgan, sailor, businessman, and publisher James C ...
Cape Elizabeth High School - Academics
... Cape Elizabeth High School students undertake a college preparatory curriculum that includes at least 4 years of English, 3 years each of Math and Science courses, 2 ... Cape Elizabeth is well known for its substantial music department supporting a Wind Symphony, Symphonic Band, Concert Choir, Select Choir, and a Treble Choir ... Cape Elizabeth High School students average the highest SAT scores in the state of Maine ...
Cape Elizabeth (Sakhalin)
... Cape Elizabeth (Russian Мыс Елизаветы, 54°42′22″N 142°42′21.75″E / 54.70611°N 142.7060417°E / 54.70611 142.7060417) is a cape on the Schmidt ... Cape Elizabeth was named by Adam Johann von Krusenstern (aka Ivan Kruzenstern) in 1805 after Empress Elizaveta, wife of Alexander I of Russia ... The cape is a territory under administration of the Okhinsky District ...
South Portland, Maine - History
15, 1895, it was incorporated as a town after it broke away from Cape Elizabeth, based on a disagreement on a future source of public drinking water ... destined to receive its drinking water, like Portland, from Sebago Lake, while Cape Elizabeth used wells or other local sources ... and attracts shoppers from Scarborough, Cape Elizabeth and Portland ...

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