"East Millinocket Schools will empower our students to dream, aspire, and achieve."

Nestled among the tall pines in the shadow of Mt. Katahdin, the East Millinocket Schools are located in the beautiful Katahdin Region and serve as the public schools for the Towns of East Millinocket, Medway, and Woodville. 

Opal Myrick Elementary School consists of grades Pre-K to Grade 4.  Grades 5 to 8 attend Medway Middle School which has been a long-time educational partner with the East Millinocket Schools. 

Schenck High School consists of grades 9 to 12 and offers a rigorous curriculum ranging from dual enrollment college classes to AP and honors classes.  A very popular Outdoor Education Program trains students using adventure based experiential learning opportunities to become outdoor enthusiasts and skilled in traversing the wilderness terrain that is abundant in this Katahdin Region. 

East Millinocket Schools, while retaining many of its fine traditions, continues to explore options to enhance educational opportunities for the students of the Katahdin Region. 

Medway Middle School

Town of East Millinocket

Katahdin Area Higher Education Center

Northern Penobscot Tech Region III

 

 

Opal Myrick Christmas Program

Our Kindergarten through Fourth grade classes presented Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer to our families and friends.   Directed by Mrs. Brenda Angotti, the students performed the songs and dialogue from the classic Christmas tale.  They did a fantastic job and the audience loved it.   

Schenck High School Students Honored

Pictured left to right: Jamie Jurgiewich; Nick Powers; Allison Noddin; Abby Powers; East Millinocket School Board Chair, Ryan Whitehouse; Morgan Nason; Lacey Lee; Hailey Johnston
These students were recently recognized at the University of Maine at Augusta for their superior academic performance in the Bridge Year College Program.  They are enrolled in dual credit college courses at Schenck High School, as well as technical programs at Northern Penobscot Region III.  Upon graduation, each student will have earned over thirty college credits.