School Choice Options In New Hampshire

There are a variety of school choice options available for many of the 267,000 children living in New Hampshire. Families in New Hampshire can choose from traditional public schools, public charter schools, public magnet schools, private schools, online academies, and homeschooling. Download the interactive state guide.

You can discover more information about the school choice options available for your family by reading our New Hampshire School Choice Roadmap.

Click Here: Detailed State Roadmap   

As a nonprofit, charitable effort, School Choice Week works throughout the year to develop and provide free, practical, and unbiased school search resources for New Hampshire families.

During our annual awareness celebrations each January, schools and homeschool groups partner with community organizations to plan school fairs, parent information sessions, open houses and other awareness events to spotlight the diversity of education options available in the state. In January 2021, we partnered with 133 schools and organizations in New Hampshire to raise awareness of K-12 education options.

Our National School Choice Week 2022 celebrations are planned for January 23-29, 2022. We encourage you to participate by sharing our school search resources and graphics on your social media platforms.

  • What is School Choice?

    How can it empower parents and help kids achieve their dreams?

  • Choosing the Right School

    Tips to help you find a school where your daughter or son will learn, succeed, and be happy.

  • Find a School

    Use our new school finder tool to find a school near you.

New Hampshire Updates

  • October 29, 2019

    New Hampshire School Choice Roadmap

    How It Works

    Choosing a school? You’ve got options. 
    Each spring, parents face one of the biggest…

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