- Teacher, Pathways
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What I do
Wiley loves spending time with his family, friends, and retired sled-dog “Calamity” in the outdoors. His off-time is usually spent tinkering on boats along with sailing in and around Casco Bay.
Originally from Greenville, SC, Wiley has been in Maine for the better part of a decade. He attended the University of Tennessee where he received a B.A. in history and is currently working on a master’s degree at the University of Southern Maine in Professional Education. He holds a U.S. Coast Guard 50 GRT Captain’s License and various other certifications surrounding professional outdoor education.
Wiley began his educational career in the outdoors working for the Hurricane Island Outward Bound School here in Maine as a field instructor. After several years of guiding students and teaching expedition based learning, he found himself at Windham High School and helped spearhead the development of a new alternative education initiative called A.P.E.X. Following his time at Windham, a significant hiatus from education sent Wiley to the private sector of the marine trades where he spent time building boats and rigging sailing yachts. Ultimately, his love for teaching led him to Old Orchard Beach where he helps coordinate the Pathways Alternative Education Program.