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Polaris Charter School

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100 Coolidge Avenue

Manchester, NH 03104

Polaris Charter School admits students of any race, color, national origin, ethnic origin to all the right, privileges, programs, and activities accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, administration policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Why Polaris Charter School?

We believe every child deserves to be inspired to learn, in a way that works for and enables her/him to reach their full potential, supported by a teacher that is passionate about their education. 

Students' at the Polaris are educated with these elements:

Community Building

Every morning, the entire school comes together as a community for announcements, celebration of special events or achievements, activities and discussions around a monthly social/ emotional Core Value, as well as a song and The Pledge of Allegiance led student volunteers.  

NH Board of Ed Curriculum

As a public school that delivers the New Hampshire Board of Education required and approved curriculum, we offer a small classroom setting where students are supported by passionate educators.  This includes common core standards mixed with our own learning plan to provide a well-rounded education for our elementary aged students.

Personalized Learning Plans (PLPs)

We offer personalize learning, by working with each student to create a plan to support their education.  This means understanding their goals and motivations and creating a plan to meet the child where they are at academically, socially and emotionally.  We combine each of these elements with performance data, and wrap it in a framework that records, monitors, and offers feedback as change occurs.

Skills Exploration & Assessment

As students progress, we offer a multi-faceted assessment to determine when the student has mastered a subject.  Once a subject is mastered, the student progresses to the next level of learning in reading, math, etc. 

Project Based Learning

A core element of our learning is a dynamic classroom approach where students acquire deeper knowledge of subjects, through active exploration, real-world connections and structured collaboration.  Projects are student driven and are developed over an extended period of time to allow them to investigate and respond to an authentic, engaging, and complex question, problem, or challenge.

Movement & The Arts

To support all of the other learning opportunities we provide, Polaris students are able to move and be creative throughout the day.  Students work in centers in their classroom, and participate in P.E., Music, Art and Healthy Minds where we practice yoga, mediation and creative thinking.