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Open for In-School Learning


Learning is not an optional activity for children, but a treasured opportunity and necessity. 

We await guidelines from the Maine Center for Disease Control and the Department of Education regarding important issues such as vaccinations and wearing masks for the upcoming school year.  What we know is that students receive the most benefit from in-school instruction, and we are dedicated to delivering full-time on-campus instruction again this year.  

Because we believe strongly that in-class instruction is best for students, Saint Dominic Academy will be open with in-school classes 5 days a week at both campuses.  The health and safety of all are a critical priority for us.  We believe that, with a thoughtful and flexible approach, Saint Dominic Academy can keep our students safe while still providing them with the advantages of in-person academics.  

The future impacts of the pandemic and any variants of the virus are impossible to predict and each family weighs the risks differently.  We are committed to working with all families in the days and weeks ahead, considering and adjusting our approach as needed.  Procedures that will allow us to keep our doors open in a variety of circumstances will be in place and will follow the guidelines once announced.  We will make adjustments as needed. 

We are convinced that with hard work and good will, we will be able to ensure that Saint Dominic Academy students receive a robust and fruitful school experience this year.

Update regarding guidelines will be posted here.  For more information contact Principal Alanna Stevenson at

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