AUBURN — Bringing extensive experience as an educator and a proven aptitude toward engaging students, Alanna Stevenson has been named the new principal of Saint Dominic Academy for the Auburn and Lewiston campuses.

Stevenson has been the principal of St. Dom’s Lewiston campus for the past two years.

The announcement is part of a new leadership structure being adopted by the academy to ensure that the most efficient organizational model is in place and that all opportunities to build proactively for the academy’s future will be fully explored. Timothy Gallic, who has overseen the academy since August 2019, has left his position to pursue new opportunities.

Stevenson joined the St. Dom’s faculty in 2016 as an English teacher and added the title of dean of students in 2018. Prior to arriving at St. Dom’s, she served as an English teacher at Maranacook Middle School and Maranacook Community High School in Readfield and as adjunct instructor of writing at Central Maine Community College.

Stevenson graduated magna cum laude from the University of Maine at Orono where she earned a degree in English and holds a master’s degree in educational leadership at the University of Maine at Farmington.


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