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Education in Mt. Washington Valley

Living in MWV

When relocating to Mt. Washington Valley, make your move to easier by navigating the school systems of the area. The list below outlines the school districts and schools throughout Mt. Washington Valley, from early childhood to higher education, as well as provides other resources in learning more about New Hampshire's education system.


New Hampshire School and Districts Profile


SAU #9
Bartlett, Jackson, Conway, North Conway
Superintendent, Keith Richard, (603) 447-8368

SAU #13
Freedom, Madison, Tamworth
Superintendent, Dr. Michael Whaland, (603) 323-5088

MSAD #72
Maine - Brownfield, Denmark, Lovell, Stoneham, Sweden, Chatham, Fryeburg
Superintendent, Jay Robinson, 207-935-2600

Early Childhood Education

Lilliputian Montessori School, 603-356-4464

Vaughan Learning Center, 603-356-5213

Children Unlimited, 603-447-6356

Elementary Schools

Conway Elementary School
Principal, Jason Robert, (603) 447-3369

John Fuller School
Principal, Danielle Nutting, (603) 356-5381

Pine Tree School
Principal, Aimee Frechette, (603) 447-2882

Jackson Elementary School
Principal, Gayle Dembowski, (603) 383-6861

Josiah Bartlett School
Principal, Joe Yahna, (603) 374-2331

Molly Ockett Elementary
Principal, Emily Kirkpatrick, 207-935-2401

Brownfield-Denmark Elementary School, 207-452-2360

Kenneth A. Brett School
Principal, Ken Hawkins, 603-323-7271

Madison Elementary, 603-367-4642

New Suncook School, 207-925-6711

Middle Schools

Kennett Middle School
Principal, Rick Biche, (603) 447-6364

Molly Ockett Middle School
Principal, Emily Kirkpatrick, 207-935-2401

High Schools

Kennett High School
Principal, Kevin Carpenter, (603) 356-4343

Fryeburg Academy
Headmaster, Erin Mayo, (207) 935-2001

MWV Career and Technical Center, 603-356-4370

Charter Schools

Northeast Woodland Charter School
Principal, Sarah Arnold, 603-374-7896

Robert Frost Charter School,
Janine McLauchlan, (603) 356-6332

Higher Education

Granite State College, 1-855-472-4255

White Mountains Community College, (603) 752-1113

Lake Region and Fryeburg Area Adult Education, 207-627-4291

Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, 603-513-1377

Community College System of New Hampshire, Running Start Program:
The Running Start program enables high school students to take community college courses for dual high school AND college credit.

Courses offered through the Running Start program are college courses taught at high schools by teachers who have college-level teaching credentials and use a college syllabus and course materials. These courses are taken as part of the daily class schedule

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