Your gift makes an impact.

A donation, large or small, could transform people, projects, and experiences and make a direct impact on the students and teachers here at Gould Academy. Whether it is the $10 that helps us transport students to a college fair or a ski race; the $1,000 gift that purchases equipment for our science labs or sends a teacher to a conference; the $10,000 to help fund financial aid or cover a roof with solar panels; or the $100,000 to help us renovate a facility, every dollar you give helps us improve the Gould experience.
You can make an annual gift directly to the Gould Fund, via a donor-advised fund, or you can arrange to make a gift through your estate plans

Mailing address: To make a gift to Gould by check, you can send your donation to Gould Development Office, PO Box 860, Bethel, ME 04217.

However you choose to give, thank you so much for joining the hundreds of other donors who raise their hand each year to support Gould Academy.

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We are Gould.

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  • Brett Shifrin P'19, '23

    Parent and Gould faculty since 1998 
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  • Dick Ramage '61: Class of 1961

    “I encourage all alumni who have let time and distance separate them from Gould to re-engage. You'll find it very rewarding.”
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  • Josh McCarthey '15 & his advisor Doug Alford P'18

    Meet Josh & Doug!
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  • Sara Shifrin '88, P'19, '23

    Parent and Gould faculty since 1993
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Contact Advancement

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    Karen Burns 

    Director of Development
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    Denise Manning 

    Alumni Relations and Engagement Officer
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    Alumni Relations and Engagement Officer
    (207) 824-2700
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    Kathleen Willis 

    Alumni Relations and Engagement Officer
Gould is a small, co-ed, independent boarding school for grades 8-PG.  We are passionate about preparing academically motivated students for college, helping them to become independent-minded, ethical citizens who will lead lives of purpose, action, excellence, and compassion in a dynamic world.