Paris Hill Academy
3 Academy St, Paris, ME – Mailing: PO Box 102, Paris, ME 04271
Academy Building open by appointment
Contact Page – 207-274-7611
Paris Hill Academy was built in 1856. Seventy-eight students attended during the first enrollment. A donated bell was added to the structure in 1892. For many years, the Paris Hill Thespian Club performed popular dramas of the 19th century. The Academy’s last graduation occurred in 1901. The Paris Hill Community Club now owns and maintains the building as a historic structure.
Recent Features & News
- 2023 ANNUAL COMMEMORATIVE PARIS HILL EGG
- Paris Hill Community Club Saturday BBQ Recap
- Summer BBQ this Weekend!
- Restoring the Grand Drape in the Paris Hill Academy Building
- Paris Hill Yard Sale Fundraiser Recap
The Paris Hill Academy building has two floors; the first floor with a kitchen, two bathrooms – along with a large open multi-use space. The second floor is open and features a large stage for events.
The Paris Hill Academy Building is used for Paris Hill Community club fundraising events and is also available for rental for private events starting at $250.
Please contact the Paris Hill Community Club for rental information.
The Paris Hill Community Association is a nonprofit organization that fundraises to maintain and make improvements to the historic Paris Hill Academy building and commons.
President: Chuck Frost
Vice President: Jon Thompson
Secretary: Janet Brogan
Treasurer: Mike Morin
Historian: Kathy Richardson
Trustees: Jeff Richardson, Peter Roy