Corinna Union Academy

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Corinna Union Academy was a historic school in Corinna, Maine that is now a museum.

Corinna Union Academy was founded in 1851 when seventy citizens founded an organization and constructed the high school academy building. In 1852 the Maine legislature provided the school with a charter. The building was expanded in 1931. Corinna Union Academy closed in 1968 as a high school and local students began attending Nokomis Regional High, SAD 48, but the building was still used as Corinna Junior High until it closed in 1998.[1][2]

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