The Lincoln Academy Mission

Lincoln Academy, with a proud two hundred plus year tradition of preparing students to meet the intellectual demands of full citizenship, strives continuously to provide a learning environment in which all students can achieve their highest potential.  As an accredited, independent, secondary school with deep roots in the communities of Mid-Coast Maine, Lincoln Academy seeks to serve the public interest by affording not only a comprehensive academic curriculum but also a diverse blend of co-curricular opportunities.  Our programs undertake to build knowledge, skills, and social values, and to promote high aspirations among all of our students.

Lincoln Academy is dedicated to creating lifelong learners who understand their complex relationship to the broader world.  We make every effort to recognize and to meet the needs of students as individuals while affirming that education is a collaboration of community, family, and student.

Academics Overview

  • Marine Studies and Exploration Program
  • Economics and Entrepreneurship Program
  • Digital Media Production Course
  • Technology Leader of the Year 2013
  • Music Educator of the Year 2013
  • Celebrated Fine Arts Faculty
  • Applied Technology & Engineering Center (January 2015)
  • Award-winning Theater Program
  • Independent Study Opportunities


Alternative Education, Business & Economics, Digital Studies, English, English for Speakers of Other Languages, Family & Consumer Science, Health/Physical Education, LA Works, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Technology Exploration, Visual & Performing Arts, Vocational Programs, World Languages, Vocational Programs, and Independent Study.

Advanced Placement

AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, AP Statistics, AP Biology, AP Chemistry, AP Environmental Science, AP Physics: Mechanics, AP English Literature & Composition, AP English Language & Composition, AP U.S. History, AP European History, AP Macroeconomics, AP Studio Art, AP Music Theory, AP Spanish Language, and AP French Language.


Visual Arts (Drawing, Painting, Printmaking, Ceramics, Sculpture, etc.), Instrumental Music (Concert Band, Wind Ensemble, Big Band, & Jazz Ensemble), Vocal Music, Theater (Major fall production, winter state One Act Festival, spring showcases).

Technology Exploration

Intro. to Technology, Small Engines, Machine Tool, Automotive Maintenance, Drafting, CAD.

World Languages

Spanish & French (Level 1 through AP); rotating year of enrichment study in languages that include Italian, Japanese, Russian, and German.

Tuition & Fees
Academic Year 2016-2017

Enrollment Deposit: $5,000

Comprehensive Fee: $42,000

Emergency Deposit: $1,000

The comprehensive fee includes tuition, housing, textbooks, use of a Chromebook, ESOL services, health insurance, and transportation to and from the airport.

The enrollment deposit will be credited toward the comprehensive fee and is non-refundable unless the student is unable to obtain a visa.