Lewiston Public Schools Summer Programs


Elementary Programs

Summer programs are offered for students at a majority of Lewiston schools.  Elementary programs for students entering 1-6 grade will be held at Geiger (for Geiger and Montello students), Longley (for Longley and Martel students), and McMahon (for McMahon students only).  These programs include academic support, engaging activities, and field trips each week. 

Middle school programs for students entering 7-9 grade will be held at Lewiston Middle School and will include both standards recovery and academic enrichment. 

High school programs include both the standards recovery program at Lewiston High School as well as a community-based internship program for high school students offered through the 21st Century program.  


Lewiston Middle School

Lewiston Middle School 75 Central Ave. Lewiston, ME 04240


July 2-July 19 (excluding July 4th) Monday-Thursday 

8:00am -12:00noon

LMS’ standards recovery is similar to traditional summer school. This program is designed to give current 7th and 8th grade students additional instructional time to acquire skills and knowledge and to demonstrate proficiency on grade-level standards.

LMS BOOT CAMp For incoming 7th graders

July 23-July 26 Monday-Thursday

8:00am -12:00noon

Designed for incoming seventh graders, LMS’ boot camp program is a one-week introduction to life at the middle school. This program will be less formal and more of a “pop in” model for students who are interested in seeing what LMS is all about.

For more information, please contact Patrick Stanton at

pstanton@lewistonpublicschools.org or call 207-795-4180