03104 Public School

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Hillside School 112 Reservoir Avenue Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6352

Manchester Central High School 207 Lowell Street Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6363

McDonough School 550 Lowell Street Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6373

Mill Falls Charter School 36 Salmon Street Manchester NH 03104 603-716-0528

Smyth Road School 245 Bruce Road Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6340

Webster School 2519 Elm Street Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6344

Weston School 1066 Hanover Street Manchester NH 03104 603-624-6347

Wilson School 401 Wilson Street Manchester NH 03103 1.7 miles from 03104 603-624-6350

Beech Street School 333 Beech Street Manchester NH 03103 1.9 miles from 03104 603-624-6314

Hallsville School 275 Jewett Street Manchester NH 03103 2.0 miles from 03104 603-624-6332

Northwest Elementary School 300 Youville Street Manchester NH 03102 2.3 miles from 03104 603-624-6321

Gossler Park School 99 Sullivan Street Manchester NH 03102 2.4 miles from 03104 603-624-6327

Manchester West High School 9 Notre Dame Avenue Manchester NH 03102 2.4 miles from 03104 603-624-6384

Fred C Underhill School 2 Sherwood Drive Hooksett NH 03106 2.4 miles from 03104 603-623-7233

Middle School At Parkside 75 Park Side Avenue Manchester NH 03102 2.5 miles from 03104 603-624-6356

Jewett School 130 South Jewett Street Manchester NH 03103 2.7 miles from 03104 603-624-6336

Bakersville School 20 Elm Street Manchester NH 03101 2.7 miles from 03104 603-624-6312

South Side Middle School 140 South Jewett Street Manchester NH 03103 2.8 miles from 03104 603-624-6359

David R Cawley Middle School 89 Whitehall Road Hooksett NH 03106 3.1 miles from 03104 603-518-5047

Manchester Memorial High School 1 Crusader Way Manchester NH 03103 3.1 miles from 03104 603-624-6378

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Traditional Public Schools typically assign students to schools based on their residency. School choice refers to programs that enable students to attend a school other than the Public School they would have otherwise been assigned. School choice programs include voucher programs, open enrollment in other school districts, Charter Schools, Magnet Schools, and home schooling.

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