All referral requests to Clearway Alternative High School at the Adult Learning Center, Nashua, must originate with your student's guidance counselor at the neighborhood high school. Please contact the guidance counselor to request an appointment. Once the referral has been agreed upon and approved, the packet will be sent to Clearway Alternative High School. Aeron Armstrong, Director of Clearway Alternative High School, will contact the student and parents to set up an appointment for an interview and go through the steps of approval to the school.
Early Admission to First Grade
Kindergarten Early Entrance Request
Under special circumstances, children who will not have attained the age of five by September 30 of a given school year, but who will turn five by October 31, may be considered for admission to kindergarten for that school year.
Please contact Kathleen MacIntyre, Office of Student Services, (603) 966-1068 for further information.The Early Admission request form may be found here.
Under special circumstances, children who will not have attained the age of six by September 30 of a given school year, but who will turn six by October 31, may be considered for admission to first grade for that school year.
Please contact Kathleen MacIntyre, Student Services, (603) 966-1068 for further information. The Early Admission request form may be found on this page. .
Parents are requested to complete the Notification of Commencement of Home Education form for student or students who will be educated at home. Please contact Student Services to inform the school district if you are moving from Nashua or enrolling your child at another school district.
For further information, please contact the New Hampshire Department of Education.
Host Residency for Non-Resident Students
The family of a student requesting Host Residency to attend school in Nashua must hand-deliver in person, with the host, the completed Host Residency form with required documentation to your child's neighborhood school.
The form must be notarized. The host, with whom the parent and child are living, must confirm residency by presenting two utility bills or a copy of a lease or purchase of the home in Nashua, New Hampshire. In addition both a parent of the student(s) and resident host must both bring with them photo identification.
If you have additional questions, please contact Kathleen MacIntyre in the office of Student Services and ELL.