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Mount Washington Valley and Western Maine Schools (SAU 9, SAU 13, MSAD 72, and Private)

When buying real estate in the Mount Washington Valley and Western Maine, you may consider schooling for your children.

Here is a comprehensive list for the area:

NH’s SAU 9 Elementary Schools

Pine Tree School (K-6) Center Conway 603-447-2882
Conway Elementary (K-6) Conway 603-447-3369
John H. Fuller School (K-6) North Conway 603-356-5381
Jackson Grammar School (K-6) Jackson 603-383-6861
Josiah Bartlett Elementary (K-8) Bartlett 603-374-2331

NH’s SAU 13 Elementary Schools       

Madison Elementary (K-6) Madison 603-367-4642
Freedom Elementary (K-6) Freedom 603-539-2077
K.A. Brett School (K-8) Tamworth 603-323-7271

Area Private Elementary Schools

White Mountain Waldorf School (EC-8) Albany 603-447-3168
Mountain View Montessori School (EC-3) North Conway 603-356-3272
Lilliputian Montessori School (EC-Kindergarten) Jackson 603-383-6783
The Community School (7-12) Tamworth 603-323-7000

NH’s SAU 9 and 13 Junior High and High Schools

Kennett Junior and Senior High School serve the above towns, unless students choose to remain at their school that runs thru 8 th grade—Tamworth, Bartlett, Jackson, and the White Mountain Waldorf School.

A Crosby Kennett Middle School (9-12) North Conway 603-447-6364
A Crosby Kennett High School (7-8) Conway 603-356-4343

New Hampshire’s Governor Wentworth School District

Effingham Elementary School (K-6) Effingham 603-539-6032
Ossipee Central Elementary School (PreK-6) Center Ossipee 603-539-4589
Kingswood Regional Middle School (7-8) Wolfeboro 603-569-3689
Kingswood Regional High School (9-12) Wolfeboro 603-569-2055

Maine’s SAD 72 Elementary

Brownfield-Denmark (K-5) Denmark 207-452-2360
CA Snow School (K-5) Fryeburg 207-935-2536
New Suncook (K-5) Lovell 207-925-6711

Maine’s SAD 72 Middle and High School

Molly Ockett Middle School (6-8) Fryeburg 207-935-2401
Fryeburg Academy (9-12) Fryeburg 207-935-2001

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Welcome to New Hampshire

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New Hampshire . . . The White Mountain State

One of the New England states of the North East United States. It is bordered by Massachusetts, Vermont, with the Connecticut R. forming the boundary, the Canadian province of Quebec, and Maine and a short strip of the Atlantic Ocean.

Area: 8,9Map of New Hampshire68 sq mi (23,227 sq km)
Population: (2008) 1,315,809
Capital: Concord
Largest City: Manchester
Nickname: Granite State
Motto: Live Free or Die
State Bird: Purple Finch
State Flower: Purple Lilac
State Tree: White Birch

Year round tourism is the state’s leading industry. Many visitors come to enjoy the state’s beaches, mountains, and lakes. The largest lake, Winnipesaukee, is dotted with 274 inhabitable islands, while along the Atlantic shore 18 mi (29 km) of curving beaches (many state owned) attract vacationers. Of the rugged Isles of Shoals off the coast, three belong to New Hampshire. Originally fishing colonies, they are now used largely as summer residences.

Winter in New Hampshire

In the winter skiers flock northward and the state has responded to the increasing popularity of winter sports by greatly expanding its facilities. When the snows melt, skiers are replaced by hikers, rafters and climbers. Folk crafts such as wood carving, weaving and pottery making have been revived to meet the tourist market.

NH River Rapids New Hampshire has 142 state parks and forests, and the White Mountains National Forest, which extends into Maine, has c.724,000 acres (293,000 hectares) in New Hampshire. The state’s scenic beauty and serenity have long inspired writers and artists. Hawthorne, Whittier and Longfellow summered in New Hampshire. Augustus Saint-Gaudens sculpted many of his finest works at the artist’s colony at Cornish, and the MacDowell Colony at Peterborough is a summer haven for musicians, artists and writers.

The state is most intimately connected with the works of Robert Frost; Frost himself once said that there was not one of his poems “that hadn't something in it of New Hampshire.”

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Welcome to Maine

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Winter in Maine

Maine Real Estate for Sale | Residential Homes for Sale in MaineWinter is the season when Maine truly sparkles. Whether you take in the beauty from the back of a horse-drawn sleigh or set out on snowshoes, there are many ways to enjoy our winter wonderland. You can ski and ride on some of the best slopes in the East. Explore the beautiful countryside on pristine cross-country and snowmobile trails. Celebrate the holidays by visiting lighthouses decked out in Christmas lights. Discover quaint shops in snow-covered villages. Or just snuggle by the fire with a mug of steaming cocoa. So the next time you’re thinking of a cozy winter getaway, think Maine.

Fall in Maine

With the crisp air of autumn comes the chance to experience a quintessential fall weekend in Maine. For starters, you’ll be amazed at the glorious colors on display across the state. From quiet coastal villages to lakeside golf courses to scenic mountain passes, Maine offers a variety of settings for nature’s brilliant show. Another fall favorite is heading to an orchard for apple picking and a glass of cider fresh from the press. Or perhaps do a little fly fishing at one of our famous rivers. And be sure to leave some time for antiquing. A one-of-a-kind treasure is the perfect souvenir from your trip to Maine.

Spring & Summer in Maine

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From the first hint of spring through the lazy days of summer, Maine is an outdoor wonderland. You can explore the coast, mountains, woods, rivers and lakes by kayak, bike or seaplane. Spot a majestic moose while camping or hiking. Relax at one of our sandy beaches. Board a boat for whale and puffin watching. Get to know the locals at a summer festival. Savor the ocean’s bounty at a Maine lobster bake. Tee off at a lakeside course. Or indulge in wild blueberry pie. Summer in Maine is everything you’d expect and so much more.

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