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Elementary Programs

 

The academic programs for grades Pre-K to 5 focus on preparing each student for the middle and high school years at Saint Dominic Academy.  All subjects are planned and delivered to ensure success for future grade levels.  Elementary subjects are specifically designed to integrate with courses offered at the middle school level with advanced offerings in critical areas such as math and language arts. 

Core courses include Math, Science, Reading, Religion, Literature & Social Studies.

Students at St. Dom's also benefit from a number of special course offerings designed to enhance the many God-given talents we each possess, enriching the whole person. The following classes are an integral part of each elementary student's weekly schedule:

Art, Computers, French, Music, and Physical Education. 

Participation in athletics is an important aspect of a child’s development.  St. Dom's offers boys and girls co-ed soccer for grades K through 5 in the fall and co-ed basketball for grades K through 5 in the winter.  Fifth-grade students have opportunities to participate in the following sports with middle school students at St. Dom's or in the local recreation program: cross country, soccer, field hockey, golf, basketball, ice hockey, baseball, softball, and track.

For a personal conversation about the benefits of a St. Dom's elementary education, contact Principal Alanna Stevenson at 207-782-6911 or alanna.stevenson@portlanddiocese.org.

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