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Saint Dominic Academy is a Catholic, co-educational, college preparatory day school under the patronage of the Diocese of Portland for students in grades Pre-K to 12.  The Academy consists of two campuses in Lewiston and Auburn.
Faculty members are certified by the Maine State Department of Education and are members of the National Catholic Education Association. 
Mission: Through study, prayer, community, and service, Saint Dominic Academy teaches its students the truth of life so that they may set the world afire. 
Motto: "Veritas Vitae" - The Truth of Life
Year Founded: 1941
Type: Year-round Diocesan Roman Catholic, K-12 College Preparatory Day School. 
PreK-5 Campus: 
17 Baird Avenue
Lewiston, ME 04240
6-12 Campus:
121 Gracelawn Rd,
Auburn, ME 04210
Approximate Enrollment:   
lewiston Campus (PreK - 5):
Auburn Campus (6-12):
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High School Academics and Student Life:


The academic year is divided into four quarters and two semesters. The academic program is organized on a rotating block schedule, with four blocks of 75 minutes each. All classes are college preparatory, with a wide selection of honors, high honors, and AP level classes.

Extracurricular Activities:

National Honor Society, Student Ambassadors, Key Club, Drama Club, Math Team, Music Ministry, Art Club, Video Club, Student Senate, Mission to Mississippi, Model UN, Poetry Out Loud, International Student Club, World Language Club, Assistant Chaplain Ministry, Robotics, Class Officers, Mock Trial.  

Athletic Teams:

Girls Field Hockey (JV, V), Soccer (JV, V), Ice Hockey (V), Basketball (JV, V), Softball (JV, V), Tennis (V), Cross Country (JV,V), Golf (V), Skiing (V), Swimming (JV, V), Lacrosse (V), and Track (V).  

Boys Soccer (JV, V), Ice Hockey (JV, V), Basketball (JV, V), Baseball (JV, V), Tennis (V), Lacrosse (JV, V), Cross Country (JV, V), Skiing (V), Swimming (JV, V), Golf (JV, V) and Track (V). 


80th Anniversary