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Admissions Checklist 2023-2024

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Now accepting applications for the Classes of 2028 – 2030 – Grades 6, 7, and 8 for SY2023-2024
Benjamin Franklin Academy – Anticipated Opening September 6, 2023

The Application and Demographic Forms can be filled out electronically by opening the link and filling out the form in your browser. Once completed, save the file with changes to your computer and attach the file to your email for submission.

Step One: Download/Print and Complete Admissions Application

Step Two: Submit the following required documentation with completed
o Copy of student’s Official Birth certificate (with raised seal)o Proof of Residency
o Student’s Official School Transcripts
o Student Demographic form Download/Print and complete Demographic Form.

For our prospective families who currently homeschool, please gather any documentation from the past two years to show academic performance and grade completion. Acceptable documents include portfolios with sample work and curricula used, and test scores. If none of these items are available, the school will administer testing assessments and place student in the appropriate academic grade level.

Step Three: Submit completed application and forms to one of the following:
By Mail: Benjamin Franklin Academy – Admissions
157 Chichester Road
Loudon, New Hampshire 03307
If computer access is limited, please contact Marcie J. Ouellette, Dean of School, 603-325-7688

Once applications are deemed completed and based on grade-level enrollment, an offer of Admissions will be provided to the student and family. To secure the student’s place at Benjamin Franklin Academy for the 2023-2024 academic year, we ask that a Commitment to Attend form be returned to the school within 30 days of receipt. Thank you.

Pursuant to NH RSA 194-B:3, ll (o) – Benjamin Franklin Academy is an open-enrollment, tuition-free chartered public school committed to building a strong and diverse community of learners, with admission open to any student who resides in the State of New Hampshire. Admission methods shall not be designed, intended, or used to discriminate or violate individual rights in any manner prohibited by law.