Mill Falls Charter School

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Basic Information

Address: 100 William Loeb Drive, Unit 1, Manchester, NH 03109
County: Hillsborough
District: State-Issued Charter School
Phone Number: 603.232.5176
Principal: Michael O'Neil, Head of School

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Mill Falls Charter School
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Additional Information

School Type: Public Montessori Charter School
State District ID: SAU 401
Grade Level: K-5, 6-8
Founded: 2012
School Schedule (Hours in Day): 6
School Days in Calendar Year: 180
School Colors: Blue & Green
School Size: 93 students in 2012; growing each year to serve K-6
Classroom Size: 24 students per classroom
Classroom Teachers: 1 Lead Montessori Teacher; 1 Assistant Teacher
Student/Teacher Ratio: 1:12
Lunch Availability: Students bring their own lunch.
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Mission Statement:

The Mill Falls Charter School creates life-long learners by providing an intellectually rich and challenging experience delivered through the Montessori tradition. 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.

Enrollment Characteristics: By NH Charter Law, our student body has been build via an open and blind lottery.
School History:

Mill Falls gained approval from the New Hampshire Board of Education in March of 2011. The staff of 11 welcomed school welcomed the first cohort of 93 students in grades K-3 in the Fall of 2012. Until that time, Montessori education in NH had only been available in the private sector, where tuition is often too costly for many families to consider. The school will grow annually to develop its full elementary program serving NH students in grades K-6 in the coming years. Like all other NH public schools, Mill Falls offers the world-renown Montessori approach tuition-free. Admission is based on public lottery, as per NH charter law.