The 4 Oldest Schools In New Hampshire Are Ancient
ArrowCONTINUE READINGEvery school has a history in this web story, we will delve into the 4 oldest schools in New Hampshire when they were built, notable alumni, and how they have
Portsmouth High SchoolFounded in 1846, Portsmouth High School is a public school that currently has approxamitly 1,300 students. Originally when the school opened, it offered schoo
Manchester Central High SchoolBuilt in March 1846 Manchester Central High School is the oldest public school in the state. With over 2,400 students from counties Manchester, Auburn
Pinkerton AcademyFounded on 15 June 1814, by the Pinkerton Family, Pinkerton Academy is the largest secondary school in Derry, New Hampshire serving approximately 3,269 students in
Holderness SchoolFounded in 1879 Holderness School began its teachings with only one teaching assistant. Sadly, in the spring of 1882, the school burnt down. Holderness School is a
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