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Charter Schools - CLOSED


2017

TEAMS Charter School
(Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, Science)
Penacook, NH

TEAMS offered students in grades 9-12 a blend of innovative STEM programs.

Closed June 5, 2017

(lack of enrollment and finances)

2010

New Hampshire Equestrian Academy Charter School
Rochester, NH

The Equestrian Academy Charter School was designed to meet the needs of high school students with specific interests in both college academic preparation and also training in the equine industry.

Closed June 2010
(lack of enrollment and finances)

2008

Franklin Career Charter Academy
Franklin, NH

At-Risk Students, grades 9-12
Franklin Career Charter Academy was originally designed to help students reach their own individual potential by embracing high self-expectations and developing their own positive vision for their future. Franklin Career Charter Academy was adapted from the Texton Chamber of Commerce Charter School in Providence, Rhode Island.

Closed August 2008
(lack of enrollment and finances)

2007 New Heights Charter Academy
c/o Goffstown High School
Goffstown, NH

Business and Technology, grades 11-12
New Heights Charter Academy provided student-driven personal learning plans with a mentor/advisor/coach/sponsor, project-based learning connecting to real world opportunities and and student empowerment.

Closed June 30, 2007
(lack of enrollment and finances)
2006 Laurent Clerc Charter Academy
Concord, NH

Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Hearing Students who use American Sign Language
Laurent Clerc Charter Academy offered a choice for New Hampshire students in grades 1-8 needing a liguistically-accessible environment.

Closed June 30, 2006
(lack of enrollment and finances)


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