Lewiston High School
|Lewiston High School|
|School district||Lewiston Public Schools|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
Lewiston High School (LHS) is a public high school in Lewiston, Maine. The school opened in 1850 and has occupied its current building since the mid-1970s. The school's enrollment for the 2007–08 school year was 1,446 students. The school's mascot is the Blue Devil and the colors are blue and white. The principal is Shawn Chabot. From the 1930s to 1970s the high school was located on Central Ave and now serves as Lewiston Middle School.
Lewiston competes in Maine's Class A division for sports, the highest class in the state, as governed by the Maine Principals' Association. Lewiston is also a member of the Kennebec Valley Athletic Conference. Lewiston is known for having an outstanding cheerleading team.
- Tom Caron, sports broadcaster
- Thomas E. Delahanty, Maine Superior Court judge
- Susan W. Longley, State Senator and Judge of Probate (class of 1974)
- James L. Nelson, writer (class of 1980)
Lewiston Regional Technical Center
Lewiston High School is also the home to the Lewiston Regional Technical Center. LRTC is the second largest vocational technical center in Maine. It offers programs in automotive technology, computer technology, health careers, criminal justice, culinary arts, nursing, and many other fields. The school serves over 800 students from six area high schools: Lewiston High School, Edward Little High School, Lisbon High School, Oak Hill High School, Leavitt Area High School, and Poland Regional High School.
- L’Hommedieu, Andrea (March 23, 2010). "Interview with Susan Longley by Andrea L'Hommedieu". Bates College. Retrieved 14 June 2013.