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Lee Academy (Maine)

Lee Academy
Address
26 Winn Road
Lee, Maine, 04455
 United States
Coordinates 45°21′40″N 68°17′10″W / 45.361°N 68.286°W / 45.361; -68.286Coordinates: 45°21′40″N 68°17′10″W / 45.361°N 68.286°W / 45.361; -68.286

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School type Private
Grades 9–13
Website

Lee Academy is a private boarding and day high school in Lee, Maine. Lee Academy was founded in 1845 as a teacher training school and now serves grades 9–13.[1]

Overseas expansion

In 2008, Lee Academy signed an agreement with officials in the People's Republic of China to establish the first American-style high school in China. The agreement called for schools to be established in Shenzhen, Shijiazhuang and Chengdu.[2]

In September 2009, the Shenzhen American International School, a satellite school of Lee Academy, opened in Shenzhen, China. It had a principal from Orono, Maine and five teachers.[3]

Student body

As of September 2008, Lee Academy had 86 international students, including 33 from China.[2]

Notable people

  • Everett McLeod, State Representative and Trustee

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