Top Maine School Districts

  • For the 2018-19 school year, there are 239 top school districts in Maine, serving 173,139 students.
  • The most diverse district is Portland School District, with a diversity score of 0.60.
  • The largest school district is Portland , serving 6,829 students.

Top Maine School Districts (2018-19)

    School District
    # Students
    Diversity Score
    Graduation %
    Acton 210 0.08 n/a
    Airline Csd 41 0.10 n/a
    Alexander 38 0.06 n/a
    Andover 575 0.10 80-84%
    Appleton 133 0.12 n/a
    Arthur R. Gould Sch--lcydc 38 0.53 n/a
    Auburn 3,590 0.27 73%
    Augusta 2,286 0.17 85-89%
    Baileyville 305 0.19 ≥90%
    Bangor 3,798 0.26 87%
    Bangor-region 4 n/a n/a n/a
    Bar Harbor 366 0.21 n/a
    Baxter Academy For Technology And Science 316 0.17 ≥90%
    Beals 59 0.04 n/a
    Beatrice Rafferty School n/a n/a n/a
    Biddeford 2,430 0.26 85-89%
    Blue Hill 262 0.15 n/a
    Bogue Chitto Elementary School n/a n/a n/a
    Boothbay-boothbay Hbr Csd 564 0.08 80-89%
    Brewer 1,615 0.15 85-89%
    Bristol 171 0.08 n/a
    Brooklin 51 0.24 n/a
    Brooksville 58 0.08 n/a
    Brunswick 2,336 0.22 85-89%
    Brunswick-region 10 n/a n/a n/a
    Calais 543 0.22 70-79%
    Cape Elizabeth 1,632 0.17 ≥95%
    Castine 55 n/a n/a
    Caswell 34 0.12 n/a
    Charlotte 43 0.25 n/a
    Chebeague Island 1,182 0.14 ≥95%
    Cherryfield 786 0.24 ≥90%
    Colorado Digital Boces 281 n/a n/a
    Cornville Regional Charter School 128 0.08 n/a
    Cranberry Isles 17 n/a n/a
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