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Schools Portland ME

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King Middle School
(207) 874-8140
92 Deering Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
6-8
Total No. Students
505
School County
Cumberland

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Lincoln Middle School
(207) 874-8145
522 Stevens Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
6-8
Total No. Students
453
School County
Cumberland

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Riverton School
(207) 874-8210
1600 Forest Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
PK-5
Total No. Students
449
School County
Cumberland

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Casco Bay High School
(207) 874-8160
196 Allen Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
9-11
Total No. Students
186
School County
Cumberland

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Presumpscot School
(207) 874-8220
69 Presumpscot Street
Portland, ME
Grade Range
PK-5
Total No. Students
272
School County
Cumberland

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Portland High School
(207) 874-8250
284 Cumberland Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
1025
School County
Cumberland

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Deering High School
(207) 874-8260
370 Stevens Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
9-12
Total No. Students
1251
School County
Cumberland

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Lyman Moore Middle School
(207) 874-8150
171 Auburn Street
Portland, ME
Grade Range
6-8
Total No. Students
529
School County
Cumberland

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Portland Arts & Technology High School
(207) 874-8165
196 Allen Avenue
Portland, ME
Grade Range
9-12
School County
Cumberland

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Harrison Lyseth Elementary School
(207) 874-8215
175 Auburn Street
Portland, ME
Grade Range
KG-5
Total No. Students
534
School County
Cumberland

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State regulations governing home schooling

Legal Option: Operate a home school

Attendance: 175 days per year

Subjects: English, language arts, math, science, social studies, physical and health education, library skills, fine arts, Maine studies (in one grade between grades 6 and 12), and computer proficiency (in one grade between grades 7 and 12)

Qualifications: None

Notice: File initial notice of intent within 10 days. Each subsequent year file letter indicating whether child's home school will continue. Submit a copy to both the local school board and the commissioner of education.

Record-keeping: Keep copies of all material filed until home school program concludes

Testing: Annually, either: 1. Administer a standardized test, or 2. Take a local test, or 3. Have child's progress reviewed by a certified teacher, a superintendent-selected local advisory board, or a home school support group that includes a certified teacher

Legal Option: Operate a home school as part of a non-approved private school that teaches at least two unrelated students

Attendance: 175 days per year or 875 hours

Subjects: English (reading, writing, spelling and grammar), math, science, American history, Maine history and geography, government (including the privilege and responsibility of citizenship)

Qualifications: Competent, as approved by the non-approved private school

Notice: Annually by Oct. 1, file letter with commissioner

Record-keeping: None

Testing: Must give parents four progress reports annually

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