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Map showing the location of New Hampshire Public Charter Schools

Academy for Science and Design Charter School

486 Amherst Street
Nashua, NH 03063

  • State Approved Charter: March 14, 2006
  • School Opened to Students: September 17, 2007
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: April 12, 2018

Academy for Science and Design Charter School is geared toward students in grades 6-12 who are interested in pursuing careers in the math and sciences. Students in their junior and senior years will be able to major in a subject as they would in college. Among the choices: aeronautics and aviation, chemistry and biomedicine, and space, astronomy, and astronautics.

Contact(s):

Jennifer Cava, Director
[email protected]
(603) 595-4705 | Fax: (603) 262-9163
General email: [email protected]

Capital City Public Charter School

270 Loudon Road, Suite 6000A
Concord, NH 03301

  • State Approved Charter: February 8, 2018
  • School opened to students: September 5, 2018
  • Grades 6-12 (intends to open with grades 6-8)

Capital City Public Charter School plans to provide an integration of service using a research-based teaching method of guided classroom learning to create an alternative choice for grades 6-8 beginning in the first year with a goal of serving grades 9-12 by the fifth year.

The vision of Captial City Public Charter School is to provide curriculum that enables each student to become empowered with the knowledge and skills to use his/her voice effectively with integrity in co-creating our global public world.

Contact(s):

Stephanie Alicea, Head of School
[email protected]
(603) 227-3333
General email: [email protected]

Cocheco Academy of The Arts Charter School

40 Hampshire Circle
Dover, NH 03820

  • State Approved Charter: May 19, 2004
  • School Opened to Students: January 24, 2005
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Focus on performance and visual arts, grades 9-12

Cocheco Academy of The Arts (CATA) Charter School provides excellence in secondary education in fundamental academics, performing arts, fine arts and technology related to the Arts.

CATA is dedicated to creating an educational community where each student thrives, exploring personal interests in an atmosphere that encompasses different learning styles, individual learning opportunities, smaller class sizes and multiple methods of learning assessments.

Contact(s):

(603) 742-0700 | Fax: (603) 742-7207
General email: [email protected]

Compass Classical Academy: A Public Charter School

15 Elkins Street
Franklin, NH 03235

  • State Approved: October 9, 2014
  • School Opened to Students: September 8, 2015

Compass Classical Academy provided a safe learning environment designed to instill integrity, good citizenship, compassion and confidence in each child; to promote a caring community of students, highly trained educators and administrators, along with involved parents; and, provides a high quality education that is thought provoking, coherent, meaningful and engaging.

Contact(s):

Judy Tilton, School Director
(603) 729-3370
[email protected]

CSI Charter School

(Competencies, Skills and Interests)

26 Washington Street
Penacook, NH 03303

  • State Approved Charter: March 1, 2007
  • School Opened to Students: September 17, 2007
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

CSI Charter School serves high school students (age 17-21) who are disengaged, have dropped out or have experienced life changing events who would benefit from an individualized program that meets their needs. The CSI Charter School uses academic competencies and work-based skills as the entry point for developing an individualized plan for each student which meets essential academic and work place competencies. Technology and integrated units help promote student interest, meet high academic standards and provide authentic opportunities to demonstrate competency.

Students who meet the academic standards have shown an ability to transition to post secondary education or a work based setting. CSI Charter School is small, interest-centered and is well supported by technology and project-based learning.

Contact(s):

Jim Gorman, Administrator
[email protected]
(603) 753-0194 | Fax: (603) 753-6429

Gate City Charter School for the Arts

7 Henry Clay Drive
Merrimack NH 03054

  • State Approved Charter: July 18, 2013
  • School Opened to Students: September 2, 2014
  • State Board of Education Two Year Extension: July 11, 2019

Gate City Charter School for the Arts uses an arts-integrated curriculum to educate all interested students in grades K-8, to produce graduates who excel in both academics and the arts and have the knowledge, creativity and inquisitive nature that foster a life-long love of learning.

Contact(s):

Astrid Alvarado, Interim Director of Operations
[email protected]
(603) 943-5273 | Fax: (603) 943-5745

Granite State Arts Academy: A Public Chartered School

19 Keewaydin Drive
Salem, NH 03079

  • State Approved Charter: August 19, 2013
  • School Opened to Students: August 28, 2014
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: April 11, 2019

Granite State Arts Academy will nurture creative thinkers, active citizens and independent learners with a curriculum that integrates the Arts and academics (grades 9-12).

Contact(s):

Anthony Polito, Head of School
[email protected]
(603) 912-4944

Great Bay Charter School

30 Linden Street
Exeter, NH 03833

  • State Approved Charter: February 18, 2004
  • School Opened to Students: January 3, 2005
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Great Bay Charter School provides an alternative approach for educating students in grades 6-12 by emphasizing project-based learning in a smaller, flexible, supportive learning environment. A strong emphasis on writing across the curriculum and deliberate interdisciplinary connections among curriculum areas allow students to make logical connections and transfer knowledge among disciplines.

Great Bay Charter School utilizes a strong faculty advisory program to ensure that all students have a significant adult monitoring their progress in addition to their teachers. While some "online" or web-based learning programs are utilized to supplement the core class experience, the school emphasizes an active classroom-based environment, a strong school community, and connections of students with their school through meaningful interactions among students and between students and their teachers.

Contact(s):

Peter Stackhouse, Executive Director
[email protected]
(603) 775-8638 Fax: (603) 775-8528

Heartwood Public Charter School

17 Winter Street
Lancaster, NH 03584

  • State Approved Charter: November 8, 2018
  • School plans to open 2020-2021

Holistic education, grades K-8 by full capacity. At Heartwood Public Charter School our students learn beyond classroom walls, cultivating a love for learning and exploring academics within meaningful contexts. We utilize a Place-based education model, providing opportunities for our students to build valuable relationships within our community—through service, nature, experiential learning, and an integrated curriculum.

Contact(s):

Courtney Vashaw
[email protected]
(603) 616-8157

Kreiva Academy Public Charter School

470 Pine Street
Manchester, NH 03104

  • State Approved Charter: September 19, 2017
  • School opened to students: September 10, 2018

Vision: Kreiva Academy Public Charter School inspires students with a personalized education that fosters self-awareness, adaptability, and the courage to reach beyond their perceived limits. The knowledge, abilities, and global understanding students acquire prepares them to be successful in their ever changing future.

Mission: Kreiva Academy Public Charter School uses an experiential, topic-based curriculum and a community culture shaped by the Growth Mindset to engage middle and high school students who are seeking a rigorous education in a non-traditional setting, which allows them to customize their paths toward mastery.

Pillars of Success and Foundational Values create an environment rich with creativity, self-expression, and acceptance for students of all abilities and backgrounds.

Committing to Kreiva's Pillars of Success as a community ensures a learning and working environment where people feel safe, challenged, and valued: Being Courageous, Honoring Accomplishment, Showing Integrity, Taking Responsibility, Focusing on Growth, Embracing Diversity.

Kreiva's Foundational Values guide day-to-day activities and interactions: Growth, Innovation, Citizenship, Respect, Equity, Empowerment.

Contact(s):

Tal Bayer, Director of Operations and Services
[email protected]

Michelle Mathieu, Director of Curriculum and Culture
[email protected]

(603) 232-7974 | Fax: (603) 836-4779
School Office email: [email protected]

LEAF Charter School

Mailing Address:

6A Baine Road
Alstead, NH 03602

Physical Address:

789 Gilsum Mine Road
Alstead, NH 03602

  • State Approved Charter: January 7, 2016
  • LEAF Charter School Opened to Students: August 29, 2017

The LEAF Charter School provides expanded educational opportunities for all students (grades 9-12), through an intellectually rigorous STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math) curriculum and strong partnerships with creative professionals. The LEAF Charter School students will graduate prepared for 21st century careers and communities. The school name embodies the major tenets of the charter:

Learning from Local Leaders, Experiential Education, Arts Integration and Academic Achievement, Freedom and Flexibility

Contact(s):

Dakota Benedetto, School Director
[email protected]
(603) 352-1829

Ledyard Charter School

39 Hanover Street
PO Box 327
Lebanon, NH 03766-1312

  • State Approved Charter: March 14, 2007
  • School Opened to Students: February 2, 2009
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Ledyard Charter School (LCS) is a non-profit, public charter high school of choice for students in the State of New Hampshire. The primary purpose of LCS is to offer students whom have faced challenges in a traditional high school setting an individualized alternative educational program. We actively engage students in a robust personalized course of study, the application of 21st century concepts, skills and dispositions to real-world problems,
the authentic performance of mastered competencies, and meaningful relationships with the adult community through personal advisors, mentors, apprenticeships and hands-on service learning.

Contact(s):

John Higgins, Executive Director
[email protected]
(603) 727-4772

Making Community Connections (MC2) Charter School

100 William Loeb Drive
Manchester, NH 03109

  • State Approved Charter: March 9, 2011
  • School Opened to Students: September 4, 2012
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

Making Community Connections Charter School provides the conditions that enable each individual student to become empowered with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to use his/her voice effectively and with integrity in co-creating our world. MC2 seeks to uncover, recover, and discover the unique gifts and talents each individual brings to school every day.

Students will graduate from MC2 as stewardsof the public global world with the will, skill, capacity and knowledge to contribute to the greater good and are ready for college, career and life.

Contact(s):

Kim Carter, Chief Education Officer
[email protected]

David Lane, School Leader
[email protected]

(603) 935-7488

Making Community Connections (MC2) Charter School - Monadnock

149 Emerald Street, #UP-3
Keene, NH 03431

  • Separate MC2 Campus Approved: November 17, 2014
  • School Opened to Students: August 27, 2015

Making Community Connections Charter School serves the Monadnock region of the state. Students will graduate as stewards of the public global world with the will, skill, capacity and knowledge to contribute to the greater good and are ready for college, career and life.

Contact(s):

Kim Carter, Chief Education Officer
[email protected]

Chris O'Reilly, School Leader
[email protected]
(603) 283-0844

General Email: [email protected]

MicroSociety Academy Charter School

591 West Hollis Street
Nashua, NH 03062

  • State Approved Charter: August 14, 2014
  • School Opened to Students: September 8, 2015
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: May 8, 2019

A K-8 chartered public school empowering students to acquire the heart, knowledge, and skills for thriving in a 21st century global society by collaboratively creating and operating their own school-based "MicroSociety" – a microcosm of the real world.

Within this environment students will be taught developmentally appropriate, research-based, innovative, technology – infused learning strategies that they will apply daily during the course of creating and operating the agencies and ventures of their own school-based "MicroSociety" – a microcosm of the real world. Students will be encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and excel at their own pace, as they work to attain proficiency in competency-based learning, as well as social, cognitive, and life skills.

Contact(s):

Amy P. Bottomley, School Director
[email protected]

General email: [email protected]
(603) 595-7877

Mill Falls Charter School

100 William Loeb Drive, Unit 1
Manchester, NH 03109

  • State Approved Charter: March 9, 2011
  • School Opened to Students: August 29, 2012
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

New Hampshire's first public Montessori school, grades K-6, Mill Falls Charter School brings together children of all backgrounds and learning styles in mixed-age classrooms that merge the Common Core Curriculum with the individualized and academically integrated Montessori approach. Students' emotional and social growth is cultivated along-side their academic achievement in an inclusive and diverse public school setting. Mill Falls Montessori Progam: Building better citizens one lesson at a time.

Contact(s):

Meryl Levin, Executive Director
[email protected]

Laura Wrubleski, Educational Program Director
[email protected]

(603) 232-5176 | Fax: (603) 518-7489
School Office email: [email protected]

Mountain Village Charter School

13 NH Route 25
Plymouth, NH 03264

  • State Approved Charter: July 18, 2013
  • School Opened to Students: August 25, 2014
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 10, 2019

A K-8 Nature-based Montessori Public Charter Elementary School, Mountain Village Charter School (MVCS), will foster an engaging educational community with a nature-based Montessori approach, inspire abstract thinking, creative thought and critical reasoning, and emphasize equally rigorous academics, artistic expression, social development and community engagement.

Contact(s):

Katy Gautsch, Head of School
[email protected]
(603) 536-3900 | Fax: (603) 947-0189
http://mountainvillagecharterschool.org/contact-us/

Next Charter School

5 Hood Road
Derry, NH 03038
(inside the Gilbert H. Hood Middle School)

  • State Approved Charter: June 20, 2012
  • School Opened to Students: August 23, 2013
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 10, 2019

Next Charter School meets the needs of students not fully served within a traditional high school and employs a system of instructional and assessment practices that values competency, inquiry, flexibility, and the social nature of learning so that all students will graduate and initiate post-secondary learning options.

Contact(s):

Joe Crawford, Director
[email protected]
(603) 437-6398

North Country Charter Academy

260 Cottage Street, Suite A
Littleton, NH 03561

  • State Approved Charter: January 21, 2004
  • School Opened to Students: September 7, 2004
  • 5-Year Renewal: April 8, 2009
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: September 9, 201
  • Two (2) locations: Littleton and Lancaster

North Country Charter Academy is designed to provide a learning environment for students who benefit from a non-traditional high school setting. Students who are, or may be, at risk of dropping out are provided an educational setting in which they can succeed in their pursuit of a high school diploma. NCCA serves students in grades 7-12 and enrolls up to 60 students in two centers divided into morning and afternoon sessions. Each session consists of two teachers with a maximum of 15 students. While the credits that are needed will be earned, students' learning activities do not reflect a traditional school syllabus, but are structured and competency based at an 80% completion rate, while still focusing on individualization based on the students' academic level. In addition to the online, web-based curriculum and universal by design practices, students participate in offline activities, project-community based learning events, which enhance the charter school's focus on rigor, relevancy and real word learning.

Contact(s):

Lisa Lavoie, Principal/Superintendent
[email protected]
(603) 444-1535 | Fax: (603) 444-9843

Northeast Woodland Chartered Public School

Conway, NH

  • State Approved Charter: March 12, 2020
  • Anticipated School Opening: September, 2020
  • Serving Students in Grades: K-8

Our mission at Northeast Woodland Charter School is to awaken children to the wonder and joy of learning through nature combined with the living arts, academics, and the role these elements play in the development of the whole child. Our school will nurture creativity, individuality, and independent thinking to inspire and prepare children to pursue educational excellence and enter their community and the world with confidence, competence and compassion. By addressing their heads, hands and hearts, the school will encourage students to be lifelong learners and contributors to their communities and society as a whole.

Contact(s):
[email protected]

PACE Career Academy Charter School

716 Riverwood Drive
Pembroke , NH 03275

Locally Authorized Charter School through Pembroke School District

  • State Approved Charter: December 8, 2010
  • Pembroke School District approved: March 5, 2011
  • School Opened to Students: September 19, 2011
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

PACE Career Academy is dedicated to supporting students to partner in the design of their personal growth, academic and career paths with a goal of becoming an essential part of their community and family. The school uses state of the art technology, career internships and individualized independent study courses to allow students to work at their own pace towards high school graduation while becoming skilled workers and active community members. The school's goal is for every student to graduate from PACE Career Academy ready to enter the workforce or pursue higher education.

Contact(s):

Jorge Santana, Director
[email protected]

Rachel Carver, Assistant Director
[email protected]
(603) 210-1882

Polaris Charter School

100 Coolidge Avenue
Manchester, NH 03102

  • State Approved Charter: October 12, 2011
  • School Opened to Students: September 4, 2012
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

Polaris Charter School is designed for intellectually curious children from six (6) to eleven (11) years old. Students are placed in multi-age classrooms designed to foster a joyful and exciting learning community. Program highlights include inquiry-based, project-oriented and inter-disciplinary curriculum. Students develop the ability to communicate effectively, work collaboratively, think critically, and excel academically. The combination of personal learning plans, the development of social and emotional skills and a "move-on-when-ready" approach instills a positive attitude about future studies and ensure students are well-prepared for the challenges of an ever-changing world.

Contact(s):

Jennifer Murdock-Smith, Director
[email protected]
(603) 634-0034 | Fax: (603) 634-0041

Robert Frost Charter School

Mailing address:

PO Box 1038
Conway, NH 03818-1038

Physical Address:

110 Main Street
Conway, NH 03818-8103

  • State Approved Charter: October 12, 2011
  • School Opened to Students: September 4, 2012
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

Robert Frost Charter School, a Montessori tradition, grades K-8 in multi-age classrooms, creates life-long learners by providing an intellectually rich and challenging experience delivered through the combination of the Montessori tradition and project-based learning. In a safe and peaceful setting, dedicated educators foster students' individuality, creativity and critical-thinking skills to fully prepare them for future scholastic, civic and personal success.

Contact(s):

Janine McLauchlan, Head of School
[email protected]
(603) 356-6332
General email: [email protected]

Seacoast Charter School

171 Watson Road
Dover, NH 03820

  • State Approved Charter: August 20, 2003
  • School Opened to Students: September 7, 2004
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Seacoast Charter School provides excellence in core academics and the Arts while cultivating the individual qualities and strengths of each child. Opportunities for creative expression and independent thinking are an integral part of their rigorous academic program. The combination of challenging intellectual and artistic endeavors develops the students' hearts and minds and enables them to live more fully in the world.

Contact(s):

Jessica Pine, Head of School
[email protected]
(603) 842-5764
General email: [email protected]

Spark Academy of Advanced Technologies

Physical address:

1066 Front Street
Manchester, 03102

Mailing address:

5 Perimeter Road
Manchester, 03103

  • State Approved Charter: April 11, 2019
  • School Opened: September 4, 2019

Located on the campus of Manchester Community College, Spark Academy of Advanced Technologies offers a 9-12 curriculum to provide our students with a high school diploma that meets or exceeds New Hampshire requirements while building a foundation for certification in technical fields and trades. Upon graduation, Spark students will be able to move directly on to technical careers and may potentially complete an associate's degree through Manchester Community College. Our integrated humanities curriculum provides a a unified approach to the study of civilization to complement technical proficiency.

Contact(s):

Denis Mailloux, Director
[email protected]
(603) 316-1170 | Fax: (603) 624-0057
General email: [email protected]

Strong Foundations Charter School

715 Riverwood Drive
Pembroke, NH 03275

  • State Approved Charter: March 14, 2006
  • School Opened to Students: August 29, 2007
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Strong Foundations Charter School (SFCS) serves grades R, 1-8. A rich, challenging curriculum and a focus on early literacy using the Orton-Gillingham approach define the academic curriculum.

Technology is integrated into the day at Strong Foundations. Students have access to 1:1 computing using iPads or Chromebooks for research, word processing, and skills practice. Student-safe internet filters and a powerful network create a school-friendly internet environment. Every classroom has a projection system that teachers can use for whole-group instruction.

The cornerstone of Strong Foundations' approach to building reading decoding skills is the Orton-Gillingham approach. Once thought to be limited to a specialized segment of the student population, its effectiveness has been demonstrated across all student populations. Orton-Gillingham (O.G.) promotes direct instruction in the structure of the English language for reading and spelling. At the early levels, teachers use O.G. to teach basic sound-symbol relationships of English. At more advanced levels, students are taught morphology, including prefixes, suffixes, and Greek and Latin roots as well as all the spelling rules.

As a Friend of Core Knowledge©, SFCS adopted the Core Knowledge curriculum in 2008. Students at Strong Foundations learn about American and World History, Geography, Literature, Science, Art, and Music at advanced levels. This builds the children's background knowledge and cultural literacy. Reading comprehension is increased as a result. The Scope and Sequence of the Core Knowledge curriculum can be downloaded at: www.coreknowledge.org.

Teachers are New Hampshire certified and undergo training in Orton-Gillingham, Core Knowledge, and Responsive Classroom© in order to teach at Strong Foundations. SFCS staff forms a connection with students and families as individuals, striving to provide an exemplary education for the children who attend Strong Foundations Charter School.

Contact(s):

Beth McClure, Principal
[email protected]
(603) 225-2715| Fax (603) 225-2738

Surry Village Charter School

449 Route 12A
Surry, NH 03431-8106

  • State Approved Charter: March 14, 2006
  • School Opened to Students: September 5, 2006
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: January 12, 2017

Surry Village Charter School is an elementary charter school serving grades K–8 in the Monadnock region of New Hampshire

Surry Village Charter School (SVCS) is a project based school that provides an engaging and challenging education. Students will be academically and socially prepared to meet the demands of further education while maturing into productive and caring adults with a lifelong passion for learning. Music and the arts are integrated into the curriculum. SVCS seeks to foster the development of individuals and their connection to communities of the school, the region, the world, and the natural environment. This is achieved through the development and implementation of a social curriculum, project-based learning and place/community-based learning.

Contact(s):

Dr. Matora Fiorey, Director
[email protected]
(603) 357-9700 | Fax: (603) 357-9701

The Birches Academy of Academics & Art: A Public Charter School

419 South Broadway, 2nd Floor
Salem, NH 03079

  • State Approved Charter: January 18, 2012
  • School Opened to Students: September 4, 2012
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: August 24, 2017

As a K-8 charter school, The mission of The Birches Academy is to cultivate a learning community that promotes excellence in core academics and the arts while valuing the individual qualities and strengths of each child. The Birches Academy provides a learning community that supports excellence in core academics and the Arts while cultivating the individual qualities and strengths of each child.

Contact(s):

Chris Smith, Dean of School
[email protected]

Ruth Templeton, Dean of Students
[email protected]

Jessica Wachsman, Dean of Operations
[email protected]

(603) 458-6399 | Fax: (603) 458-7071
General email: [email protected]

The Founders Academy Public Charter School

5 Perimeter Road
Manchester, NH 03103-3305

  • State Approved Charter: July 18, 2013
  • School Opened to Students: September 2, 2014
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: April 11, 2019

The Founders Academy develops leaders who understand and apply the lessons of the past, demonstrate exceptional character and lead by example. The Academy recognizes the importance of balance in the development of the whole person and respects each student's journey.

Principled leadership is fostered by means of a curriculum of classical studies that includes analyzing the lives of great men and women of history, mining the rich classical ideals of the Western tradition, and tracing the evolution of the precious and costly idea of liberty.

Contact(s):

Maureen Mooney, Dean of School
[email protected]
(603) 952-4705 | Fax: (603) 624-0057
General email: [email protected]

Virtual Learning Academy Charter School

30 Linden Street
Exeter, NH 03833

  • State Approved Charter: May 9, 2007
  • School Opened to Students: January 2008
  • State Board of Education Approved Five-Year Renewal: December 13, 2018

The Virtual Learning Academy Charter School (VLACS) uses new and emerging distance learning technologies to provide any time any where access to a rigorous personalized education that helps students learn today, graduate tomorrow, and prepare for the future.

The educational mission of VLACS integrates the philosophy of the New Hampshire Department of Education's Follow the Child initiative with the power of distance learning technologies. VLACS meets the needs of a wide variety of students and fosters 21st century skills such as global awareness, self-directed learning skills, information and communications technology literacy, problem-solving skills, time management, and personal responsibility.

The flexible scheduling of VLACS courses meet the needs of non-traditional students as they design alternative learning plans to meet their unique needs. The school offers programming to both full-time and part-time students.

Contact(s):

Dr. Steve Kossakoski, CEO
[email protected]

Meghan Granger, Director of Guidance & Student Services
[email protected]

Ollire Lane-Wortley, Director of Academic Support & Professional Development
[email protected]

Scott Prescott, Director of Instruction
[email protected]

(603) 778-2500 | Fax: (866) 651-5038

Windham Academy Public Charter School

1 Industrial Drive
Windham, NH 03087

  • State Approved Charter: December 14, 2017
  • School opened to students: September 4, 2018

Windham Academy Public Charter School will focus on STEM Prep education incorporating reading and art to provide a well-rounded STREAM educational experience for its learners within a culture that incorporates the excitement of project-based learning, the satisfication of subject mastery in areas of literacy, numeracy and social studies, and lasting values through civic understanding and personal character.

Contact(s):

Melinda Labo, Director
[email protected]
(603)236-7900