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- Resources & FacilitiesC+
Newmarket School District is an above average, public school district located in Newmarket, NH. It has 1,062 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. According to state test scores, 55% of students are at least proficient in math and 65% in reading.
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Newmarket School District Reviews
I grew up in this amazing town, and my little boy has been lucky enough to attend the elementary school. The curriculum is amazing, and the after school programs, which are associated with the community center are top notch! The teachers are second to none, and truly love the children. Their care and compassion is evident upon visiting the classroom and the report back from the kids each day. If you are lucky enough to be apart of this town, you likely wont want to leave!
It's difficult to sum up a school experience in 1000 characters, especially as most of it was informative to me rather than critical. However, once I grew to understand some things, I saw the bad parts of the school. And, in all honesty, it's not very bad in comparison to other, especially larger schools. I worry that as Newmarket grows in population, town officials and school administrators will have to start thinking about things like diversity, acceptance, and spending money in the right places. Upon further inspection in my later years, I would attribute most of my grievances to the greater school system, the curriculum, the values that are upheld. The entire culture of college is extremely toxic to most people and leads many into great college debt for no reason. I have no doubt this is even worse elsewhere. Then, on top of all that there was the circumstances of our school being under construction while students were attempting to learn. This, along with the isolation...
School and town have that small town feel. People know each other. Since the town doesn't share the school with any other towns there ends up being a lot more town pride. Classes are relatively small and the facility was just expanded and upgraded. Best kept secret on the seacoast.