TEAMS Charter School is a tuition free, public charter school located in Penacoook, NH and is open for any student who resides in New Hampshire. We serve students in grades 9-12  who choose to focus on Technology, Engineering, Mathematics & Science.

With a focus on science, technology, engineering and math, TEAMS emphasizes an integrated, hands-on approach to learning in a personalized  small environment that prepares students for post secondary education in both high tech and liberal 
arts fields.

How is TEAMS different from a traditional high school?

TEAMS Charter School is a small school where each student can access individual help from a staff member who monitors personal and academic growth and serves as a point of contact for the family.
TEAMS Charter School is competency based and therefore not time based. Students are not limited to working onsite during school hours. Our students have access to their courses 24/7, with an internet connection.
Students enrolled at TEAMS Charter School have the opportunity to earn college credits through Running Start programs.

The TEAMS curriculum is rigorous and provides the foundation for entry and success at a variety of post secondary schools.  

There are three main components to the academic program:

  • Students may complete high school course work using VLACS or Edgenuity. These are virtual learning environment that allows coursework to be completed outside the brick and mortar walls of the school.
  • An Analytic Reading and Writing course is offered onsite and designed to increase and improve those skills which are necessary to be competitive in college and post secondary schools.
  • The Engineering by Design courses engage students in engineering concepts, social issues and design skills in a variety of engineering fields.  Students should learn the basics of engineering from concept and prototype development to final creation and manufacturing of the solution. Students are presented with projects and problems in environmental, mechanical (Robotics), electrical and Manufacturing engineering over the course of two to four years.

The exposure to these concepts helps to prepare the student to be career or college ready in the STEM fields.

If this is interesting to you please call the director, George Rogers at 603-753-4022 or email at: