This program is designed for the student to develop skills and knowledge in the brick, block and stone masonry fields; trades that provide employment today as it did in the days of the pyramids.
The student will develop skills through lab projects, classroom instruction and community involvement projects.
Students must be 18 years of age or older with solid basic skills in reading, writing and math.
637 Rangeley Road, Avon, ME 04966.
The school is located in Avon, Maine, a small town in the Sandy River Valley, surrounded by the Western Mountains of Maine. Major ski areas, hiking trails and some of Maine's largest lakes are less than an hour away. One of America's top colleges, the University of Maine at Farmington, is just a few minutes drive.
Follow Route 4 north toward Rangely, once you enter Avon, the school is located on the right.

Founded in 2005

Masonry a lost art
The level of complexity involved in masonry work varies from laying a simple masonry wall to installing an ornate exterior or high-rise building. Whether you are working with brick, block, tile, terra-cotta, or stone, and regardless of the level of craftsmanship involved, the skill and precision of the mason can never be replaced by machines. After more than 6000 years, masonry is still used today. As you look around at office buildings, schools, houses, patios, and fireplaces, you will notice that there are many aspects of society where you will see some form of masonry. The field of Masonry is wide open and is a well paying profession. There is a great demand for skilled masons all around the world.

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