Summer Homeschool Lessons

Or What I Learned on My Summer Vacation We spent the last several months hosting Intro to Homeschooling sessions across the state at which we talked with approximately 150 prospective and new homeschooling families. It was wonderful to personally connect with so many devoted families. We learned several things talking with all these parents.   Read More

2018 Candidate Report Card

Granite Staters care about educational issues that impact our children’s lives and academic outcomes. To that end, School Choice for NH invites all state representative and senate candidates the opportunity to share their positions on various education policy issues. As concerned and engaged citizens, we encourage NH residents to ask state candidates about their views Read More

2018 Legislator Report Card

We are pleased to release our third annual Legislator Report Card! Grades are based on this session’s school-choice bills with roll-call votes. We followed and reported on many more issues and bills throughout the year, but only roll-call votes provide direct accountability of individual Representatives and Senators. As previously mentioned, 2018 was a strong year Read More

2018 Highlights Part 2

It has been a very good year for educational options in New Hampshire! Every year we set more ambitious goals and advance on nearly every effort. As always, our strong grassroots community of families, community leaders, and concerned citizens make all the difference. Each year we see more concerned residents get involved — this has Read More

2018 Highlights Part 1

Every year we build momentum to improve educational options for New Hampshire families. This year is no exception and it is amazing to reflect on where we were just one year ago. In the last 12 months we made tremendous progress in many areas, especially regarding Education Savings Accounts that will position NH as the Read More

Education Funding Workshop

New Hampshire district schools receive approximately 59% of their funding from local property taxes and 36% from the state using a per pupil “adequacy” formula and disbursement prescribed in the Claremont I and II decisions. Please attend this workshop to discuss NH’s education funding sources and distribution. The Newport School Board joins Claremont, Fall Mountain, Read More

More Homeschool Intro Sessions

We are thrilled to announce additional Introduction to Homeschool sessions across the state. We have two more booked: July 31 in Hampstead and August 8 in Newmarket. These are great opportunities — especially for new(er) homeschoolers — to get ready for the coming school year. Michelle Levell, director of School Choice for NH and a Read More

Introduction to Homeschooling Night in Plymouth

Curious about homeschooling, but not sure where to begin? Are you new to homeschooling and want to make sure you’re off to a solid start? Attend an Intro to Homeschooling at Pease Public Library in Plymouth on Wednesday, July 11th from 6:00 to 7:30pm. The library is at 1 Russell Street in Plymouth. Michelle Levell Read More

Big News for Empowering NH Families

School Choice for New Hampshire Organizes as a 501c4 Non-Profit   Henniker, NH –– School Choice for New Hampshire is pleased to announce the next stage in their development as a 501c4 non-profit.  “We are very excited about this next step. It will help us better inform and engage families, community leaders, and concerned citizens with Read More

Educational Options Keep Children Safe

Increasingly school safety, whether it is school shootings or chronic bullying or ineffective discipline policies, prompts families to seek educational options. Children should not fear for their safety to receive an education and families should not have to accept unsafe conditions for lack of alternatives. In early June, a fifth-grade Plaistow student spoke at a Read More

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