Thurs, May 5 Sports Updates: Due to weather, today’s tennis matches have been moved to the CLC Y (G 3:30, B after), and track meet and baseball/softball have been POSTPONED (see sports calendar for new dates). Girls’ lax will play as scheduled.
LA was founded in 1801 and is the fourth oldest secondary school in Maine.
LA is located in a safe, coastal town but is only one hour from Portland, Maine and three hours from Boston.
LA has 585 students from 18 towns as well as 16 countries.
LA’s student to teacher ratio is 17 to 1, and the average class size is 18.
LA has 45 faculty; 58% with graduate degrees.
LA offers sixteen AP classes as well as pre-AP and honors courses.
LA’s graduation rates in 2012 were: 88.33% for four-year and 92% for five-year.
LA has over 40 clubs, activities, and sports.
LA has new science laboratories and updated classroom facilities. There is also a beautiful new dining commons as well as a black box theater. A new residence hall opened in the fall of 2013, and another new dormitory opened in February 2015. The new Applied Technology and Engineering Center began hosting classes in March 2015.
LA is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and is a member of the Maine Association of Independent Schools, the National Association of Independent Schools, the Independent Schools Association of Northern New England, the College Board, the Secondary School Admission Test Board, and the Maine Principals’ Association.