Portland Public Schools (Maine)

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Portland Public Schools
Portland (Maine) Public Schools - logo.png
Location
353 Cumberland Avenue,
Portland, ME 04101

United States
District information
Type Public
Grades K-12
Established 1733[1]
Superintendent Xavier Botana[2]
Schools 18 (2016-2017)[3]
Budget $103,602,884 (2017-2018)[4]
Students and staff
Students 6,739 (2015-2016)[5]
Teachers Approximately 700 (2016-2017)[6]
Staff Approximately 1,300 (2016-2017)[7]
Other information
Website Portland Public Schools

Portland Public Schools is the public school district in Portland, Maine, United States. The district operates eighteen primary and secondary schools. It is the largest and most ethnically diverse school district in Maine, with a student body made up of roughly 42% minorities. The district operates expeditionary learning schools, a vocational school, and elementary, middle, and three high schools (Casco Bay High School, Deering High School, and Portland High School).

Demographics[edit]

http://www.portlandschools.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_1094153/File/District%20Information/FastFactsSpring2015.Revised020515.compressed.final.pdf

List of schools[edit]

Superintendent of Schools: Xavier Botana [8]

Elementary schools (K-5)[edit]

A Portland school bus
  • Cliff Island School
  • East End Community School
  • Fred P. Hall Elementary School
  • Henry W. Longfellow Elementary School
  • Harrison Lyseth Elementary School
  • Ocean Avenue Elementary School
  • Peaks Island School
  • Presumpscot Elementary School
  • Howard C. Reiche Elementary School
  • Riverton Elementary School
  • Bayside Learning Community

Middle schools (6-8)[edit]

High schools (9-12)[edit]

Former schools[edit]

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