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Charter Schools - CLOSED

School Franklin Career Charter Academy
PO Box 70
Franklin, NH 03235
Status Closed August 2008 (Lack of enrollment and finances)

At-Risk Behavior Students, Grades 9-12.

The school is designed to help students reach their own individual potential by embracing high self-expectations and developing their own positive vision for their future. The career academy is adapted from a nationally recognized charter high school career academy in Providence R. I., The Textron Chamber of Commerce Charter School.

School Laurent Clerc Charter Academy
97 Pleasant Street
Concord, NH 03301
Status Closed June 30, 2006 (Lack of enrollment and finances)

School for Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Hearing Students who use ASL Grades 1-8

Laurent Clerc Academy seeks to provide one of the highest achieving and well-designed bilingual (ALS-English) education programs in the United State. This unique academy will provide a choice school for New Hampshire students who need a linguistically-accessible environment, often considered the least restrictive environment for deaf students. The academy will create a challenging, safe, and empowering learning environment designed to meet the intellectual and social needs of deaf and hard of hearing students. The school will provide a highly visual environment for students whose learning style is primarily visual.

School New Hampshire Equestrian Academy Charter School
PO Box 808
Rochester, NH 03866
Status Closed June 2010 (Lack of enrollment and finances)
Description The Equestrian Academy Charter School is designed to meet the needs of high school students with specific interests in both college academic preparation and also training in the equine industry. The academic program is a high standards college-readiness program requiring 4 years each of English and mathematics, 3 years each of science and history/civics, and 2 years of world language for all students. In addition, students would be required to have 3 credits in entrepreneurial business courses with real experiences and specific courses with real hands-on training in equestrian studies. Students will have apprenticeships in equestrian industry businesses. Students who graduate from this program will be prepared for specialized workforce positions as well as for post-secondary education.
School New Heights Charter Academy
c/o Goffstown High School
27 Wallace Road
Goffstown, NH 03045
Status Closed June 30, 2007 (Lack of enrollment and finances)

Business and Technology, Grades 11-12

The mission of the the New Heights Charter Academy is to provide a rigorous career-focused platform for students in grades 11 and 12 to succeed in the world of business and technology through: student-driven personal learning plans, meaningful relationships with a mentor/advisor/coach/sponsor, flexible programming to best accommodate student success, project-based curriculum connecting to real world opportunities and learning experiences and student empowerment through self-governance and decision-making while modeling a set of core values essential in a democratic and civil society.

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