Quick Facts about st. Dom's
- Teacher to Student Ratio is 1 to 12
- Male to Female student ratio is 1 to 1
- 100% college acceptance rate
- St. Dom's student score higher than the state and national average on NWEA, PSAT and SAT exams
- St. Dom's welcomes all faiths and respects each student's freedom to believe in the religion of their choice
- Students at St. Dom's come from all parts of Maine as well as internationally
Are religion courses required of all students?
Yes. Regardless of religious affiliation, all students at Saint Dominic Academy are required to pass accredited religion courses. Religion, like all courses at St. Dom’s, is an academic course. In particular, religion classes teach us to treat ourselves and others with dignity and respect. More information about the religion courses taught at St. Dom’s may be viewed under the "Academic" section of our website.
Is there a Dress Code at Saint Dominic Academy?
Yes. St. Dom's acknowledges the importance of offering a neat, distraction-free school environment. We offer the ease of a "standard dress" code that enables our students to focus on the academic work before them. Details of our standard dress options can be found by accessing the following link: 2019 - 2020 Grades 6 - 12 Dress Code
How is discipline maintained at Saint Dominic Academy?
The Dean of Student Affairs is responsible for coordinating and enforcing the general discipline of the school. Further, every member of the administration, faculty, and staff has the authority and duty to maintain discipline around the school, in the classroom, corridors, locker rooms, and cafeteria. The Student Handbook outlines for students and their parents the policies of the school. This handbook is updated and distributed yearly.
Is food served on campus?
At the Lewiston (Elementary) Campus: At the Lewiston Campus hot lunches prepared on site and are served in accordance with the National Hot Lunch Program. A $4.00 per day fee is charged for lunch.
At the Auburn (Jr./Sr. High) Campus: The Head Chef is responsible for preparing nutritious snacks and lunches daily. All items are sold a-la-carte. A salad bar is offered daily as well!
Both menus are always subject to change!
Other than sports, what other activities can students participate in?
St. Dom's students are encouraged to participate in a wide array of activities after the end of the school day. Recycling club, talent shows, and service projects highlight some of our grade school campus activities. Our middle school and high school activities include Art Club, Chess Club, Drama Club, French Club, Key Club, Math Team, Mock Trial, Music Ministry, Mission to Mississippi, National Honor Society, Spanish Club, Student Ambassador Team, Student Senate, Yearbook Club, and Video Game Club.