Gate City Charter School Information Sessions Scheduled

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MERRIMACK,NH – Gate City Charter School for the Arts is excited to announce that it is hosting information sessions for the 2018/2019 school year. Attendance at the information sessions is a required step for families interested in enrolling at the school. Currently, there are three sessions scheduled to take place: Thursday, January, 11 at 6:30 pm, Thursday, February 15, at 6:30pm, and Tuesday, March 20, at 6:30pm. These sessions will take place at the school which is located at 7 Henry Clay Drive, Merrimack.

Gate City Charter School for the Arts is a public charter school with tuition-free open enrollment for any New Hampshire resident. The mission of the Gate City Charter School for the Arts is to use an arts-integrated curriculum to educate all interested students in grades K-8, to produce graduates who excel in both academics and the arts and have the knowledge, creativity and inquisitive nature that foster a life-long love of learning. As a free public school option with an emphasis on the arts, the school attracts artistic and creative students from all over Southern, New Hampshire.

Jenn, a Nashua parent whose children attend Gate City Charter School for the Arts shares her thoughts on the school:
“I am thrilled with my decision to have my children attend Gate City Charter School for the Arts. The small-classroom environment provides the opportunity for personalized attention and a true community atmosphere. The arts integration element is especially important and effective in the kindergarten classroom. The students constantly create and build and design. They aren’t just learning literacy skills and shapes. They are learning how to express themselves and solve problems. Even as kindergarteners, they are understanding their ability to make their mark on this world.”

If you would like more information you may call us at 603-943-5273. You may also find us online and fill out an interest in enrollment form at

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