Education in Limestone is unique.  3 Great Institutions for Learning! 

The Limestone Community School was built in 1973 and features a regulation size pool, acoustical auditorium, full-size gymnasium, a weight lighting room, complete science lab, special art area and a music room. Students benefit from a technology program that provides each student with their own device, allowing the computer lab to move to each classroom. A variety of extracurricular activities are also offered ranging from sports, Destination Imagination and a new Lego Robotics Club. The school is located in town and covers 154,000 square feet which not only houses Pre-K to grade 8 but also accommodates the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM) and the Limestone Recreation Center. In 2009, Limestone regionalized with Caribou and Stockholm to become the Eastern Aroostook Regional School Unit #39 to abide by State of Maine regionalization requirements. In 2017, the school became one of nine in the state participating in a pilot program, called the Momentum Project, which is designed to provide each student in grades Pre-K to 3 with classroom iPads. School officials praise the project and attribute improved literacy among the students to the technology-based student engagement.

Maine School of Science and Mathematics In addition to the public school, Limestone hosts a public, residential  magnet high school, the Maine School of Science and Mathematics (MSSM). The school was created in legislation passed by the 116th Legislature. MSSM has been successfully in operation since 1995. In 2016, MSSM was ranked as the #1 High School in Maine, The #6 Magnet School in the Nation, The #10 STEM School in the Nation and  19th BEST High School in the Nation.

The Loring Job Corps provides an excellent opportunity for students to obtain their GED, and to receive vocational and technical training with certification upon completion in courses from Carpentry to Culinary Arts to Cisco Network Engineering to Obtaining your CDL-A License so you can drive the big rigs! All paid for by the government. Room and board too! Many trades like carpentry, painting, auto mechanics get sent to internships in the region. Job Corp is a great place to get the training you need to start a career! Ages 16 to 24.

Other post-secondary education opportunities are provided at the University of Maine of Presque Isle, Northern Maine Community College in Presque Isle, , and Husson University in Presque Isle.

Limestone Community School

93 High Street
Limestone, ME 04750
Principal: Susan White

The Maine School of Science & Mathematics

95 High Street
Limestone, ME 04750
Executive Director:  Luke Shorty

Dawn F. Barnes Elementary (also know as Caswell School)

1025 Van Buren Road
Casewell, ME 04750
Principal: Krystina Davenport

Loring Job Corps Center

36 Montana Road
Limestone, ME 04750
Center Director:  Kristie Moir