Alternative Education

What lies behind us 
and what lies before us
are tiny matters compare to
what lies within us
-  Ralph Waldo Emerson

Announcements 

HiSet Exam Dates-
April 8th and 10th- 2:30pn
To Register Email- crich@londonderry.org


Attention Future Medical Students:
We will possibly be running science courses with labs this summer
Please contact Rebecca Mitchell if interested
603-432-6941 X2128


Graduation 
June 6,2019 in the Londonderry High School Cafeteria
6:30pm 


Adult Education Schedule SPRING 2019

Classes begin February 4th

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

2:30-4:00

Computer Applications

Film Studies

Algebra

US History Contemporary Lit


Computer Applications

Film Studies

Algebra

US History Contemporary Lit

4:00-5:30

Chemistry w/lab

Welding Technology

American Lit


Civics/ Economics Criminology


Chemistry w/lab

Welding Technology

American Lit


Civics/ Economics

Criminology


5:40-8:40

No Classes

NO CLASSES

Young Adult Lit

Physical Science

NO CLASSES

 

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Adult Education Classes

LHS offers Adult Education courses on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday afternoons/evenings during first and second semesters. This a tuition program designed to assist students who need additional credits to graduate. Students participating in this program will be on one of two academic paths toward a high school diploma. Those who wish to earn the 24 credit LHS diploma may take night classes and apply those grades/credits to that diploma. Each semester class is worth .5 credits for those looking to attain the 24 credit diploma. Students who seek a 20 credit Adult Education diploma, in consult with their parents, would withdraw from day school and transfer into the Adult Education program. These individuals will be night school students who apply previous credits earned toward this diploma. Once a student makes a commitment to the Adult Education diploma, he/she must continue to pursue the 20 credits and cannot transfer back to pursue the 24 credit diploma. Each semester class successfully completed will be worth 1.0 credit. Students/parents from Londonderry and surrounding towns will meet with the Director of Alternative Education  and their Guidance Counselors to map out an academic course of action. Students and their parents will be contacted to discuss options for the upcoming semester. There will be a fee of $150 per course for Londonderry residents and $250 per course for out of town residents. If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Crystal Rich, Program Director/Assistant Principal, at (603) 432-6941 x2130 or use the contact form.

HiSet Testing (formerly the GED)

The HiSet testing center at Londonderry High School is open during the school year and summer for test administration. Any individual  interested in attaining their high school equivalency certificate should contact Crystal Rich, Program Director/Assistant Principal, at (603) 432-6941 x2130.  Tests cost $25 per section or $125 for the full battery of tests. Students may take an official practice test of the full battery of sections for $20.

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Adult Education Staff

Crystal Rich - Director of Alternative Education 
Rebecca Mitchell- Administrative Assistant
Linda Ryan- Guidance Counselor

Ed Burgess- Teacher
Shannon Burne- Teacher
Brittany Borgatti- Teacher
Kelly Giguere- Teacher
Scott Greene- Teacher Lori Jabar- Teacher
Alan Labranche- Teacher
Corrine Murphy- Teacher
Joe Nalezinski- Teacher
Vera Prough- Teacher
Mary Shank- Teacher
Matt Smith- Teacher
Jessica Thomas- Teacher

Kristen Radford- Assistant
Marci McDevitt- Assistant

Scott Sicard- Distance Learning Coordinator