Bristol Consolidated School serves 212 students in grades Kindergarten through eight from the Pemaquid Peninsula and its villages: Round Pond, Bristol Mills, New Harbor, and Chamberlain. The school is known for its theatrical productions and as a center for many town activities. A school renovation and expansion was completed in 1994.
In addition to being a part of AOS No. 93, Great Salt Bay Community School is designated as a Community School District. Representative from the towns of Damariscotta, Newcastle, and Bremen together form a school board to govern the school. Great Salt Bay serves 421 students in grades Kindergarten through eight and offers a wide-range of educational and extra-curricular activities. An new expanded and renovated school building was completed in 1999.
Nobleboro Central School serves 137 students in grades Kindergarten through eight. The school-wide theme at Nobleboro is community. A substantial effort is made to involve members of the community in the life of the school and to provide opportunities for students to participate in community projects. That site has been used for education without interruption since the mid-nineteenth century.
South Bristol Elementary School offers its 77 students in grades Kindergarten through eight a wide range of educational opportunities. It is able to view each child as an individual and tailor the academic program to meet his/her needs. The staff of South Bristol School is highly dedicated and strives to ensure that each child reaches his/her maximum potential.