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Mattanawcook Academy

Mattanawcook Academy is a public high school located in Lincoln, Maine, that was founded in 1847 as Lincoln High School. The name was changed to Mattanawcook Academy in 1850. On July 1, 1968, the towns of Chester, Lincoln, and Mattawamkeag joined for mutual benefit and formed Regional School Unit No. 67 which now comprises Mattanawcook Academy, Mattanawcook Junior High School, and Ella P. Burr Elementary School.

Mattanawcook Academyy
Address
33 Reed Drive za
Lincoln, Maine 04457
United States
Coordinates 45°22′43″N 68°29′47″W / 45.3785°N 68.4965°W / 45.3785; -68.4965Coordinates: 45°22′43″N 68°29′47″W / 45.3785°N 68.4965°W / 45.3785; -68.4965
Information
School district RSU No. 67
Superintendent Dr. Keith S. Laser, Ed.D.[1]
Principal Henry M. Pietras
Color(s)      Maroon and      gray
Mascot Lynx
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School MascotEdit

The Mattanawcook Academy mascot is the Lynx.

School colorsEdit

The school colors are Maroon and Gray.

School Theme SongEdit

Hail Alma Mater!
Colors maroon and gray
We'll sing our praises
And stand by you always
For we are loyal sons and daughters
Faithful in all our ways
We'll sing our praises
For you, dear old M.A.
Rah! Rah! Rah!

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Superintendent Message". Regional School Unit No. 67. Retrieved 14 March 2015.

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