Schenck School Profile

2021-2022 School Year

Alana Lagasse, M.Ed.
School Counselor grades K -4, 9-12

Stacia Smith, M.Ed.
Superintendent of Schools
Director of Special Services

Justin Page, M.Ed.
Principal

John Montgomery, B.A.
Dean of Students
Athletic Director

45 North Street, Suite 1
East Millinocket, Maine 04430
(207) 746-3511

CEEB CODE:  200335

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Philosophy Statement

It is our expectation that the philosophy and objectives of Schenck High School will be an integral aspect of the daily operation of the school.  We expect that the curriculum will reflect the changing needs of the local, state, national and global communities.  We expect to challenge all students to maximize their intellectual abilities, realize the lifelong utility of education, learn to accept responsibility for personal decisions and actions, and to develop the skill and willingness to work cooperatively with others.  We encourage all students to be active participants in the “joy” of attaining knowledge and skills.

Class of 2021

71% entered 4-year colleges, junior colleges, vocational colleges, or other higher educational programs.

8% entered military services

21%    entered the workforce

Media Center

The Schenck High School Library houses over 7,500 volumes and subscribes to over sixty periodicals.  Each student has a school issued Chromebook which are equipped to obtain internet access while in the school library.  The library has been recently updated and renovated, and is now a modern, state of the art space for student learning.  The librarian can obtain most needed materials and resources from State, College, and public libraries.  The Media Center is staffed by a Librarian Assistant and is overseen by a librarian with a Master of Library Science degree.

Guidance Department

E-Mail Address:  alagasse@emmm.org

The guidance department of Schenck High School exists to provide various services for students as they attempt to orient themselves to our shifting society and meet the demands made in and beyond high school.  

The department is equipped to help students with problems they might have, whether an educational, vocational or a personal matter.  A guidance library and computer terminal with internet access are available in the guidance center for all students.

School Counselor   Alana Lagasse

Guidance Secretary Cynthia Thompson

Some of the colleges Schenck graduates have attended 2003-2021

Albany College of Pharmacy
Bowdoin College
Cedarville University
Colby-Sawyer College
Embry-Riddle University
Emerson College
Husson University
Liberty University
Maine Maritime Academy
Maine Community College System
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy
New Hampshire Technical College
Northeastern University

Rochester Institute of Technology
St. Joseph's College
St. Thomas University
University of Maine System
University of New Brunswick
University of New England
University of New Hampshire
University of New Haven
University of Rhode Island
University of South Virginia
University of Tennessee
University of Vermont
U.S. Naval Academy
Virginia Commonwealth University

Community type

Rural/Industrial

Population

Approximately 3, 000, comprising communities of East Millinocket, Medway, and Woodville.

Location

Approximately 65 miles North of Bangor, Maine’s third largest city.

School type

Four-year public comprehensive high school.

Enrollment

107 students from the communities of E. Millinocket, Medway, and Woodville.

Class Enrollment

28 seniors, 18 juniors, 30 sophomores, and 31 freshmen.

School Year

Two semesters with two marking periods per semester.

Class Rank

Non-weighted and determined on a 0-100 numerical grade scale.

SCHENCK HIGH SCHOOL