• Ƶ Adult & Community School

  • Diploma Program 


    The Adult High School Diploma Program (ADP) is an alternative pathway for adults who need to complete their high school education. The program also supports high school students who need credit recovery or desire a smaller learning environment. Ƶ Adult & Community School is a fully accredited high school through the New Hampshire Department of Education. Plato courses are available year-round. Please call to schedule an appointment if you are a new student.   


    On Mondays and Tuesdays our office is located at Ƶ High School South, Room A2003. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, we are located at Ƶ High School North in Room A106 across from the auditorium.

    Plato Registration Form Spring 2024




  • Enrichment Program 


    The Enrichment Program offers a variety of non-credit classes to enrich the lives of all learners. Examples of courses offered include Personal Finance, Biology, Chemistry, Pottery, Cooking, Photography, Painting, Spanish and Yoga for beginner and intermediate levels.


    Our Enrichment classes are held during the Fall and Spring semesters in the evening and times and location vary depending upon the class. 


    Enrichment Registration Form 2024






    Pottery & Ceramics




Ƶ Adult and Community School

  • High School Summer Credit & Competency Recovery Programs 2024


    Summer school for high school students will be July 1st to July 26th. (No classes on July 4th and July 5th.) 

    Summer school is offered for core classes and only for students repeating a class. Students are limited to 2 classes and attendance is required to earn credit. See more information, course schedules and registration packets below. 

    Summer graduation will be on Thursday, July 25th.

    Summer School Registration Packet

    Summer School Competency Recovery Packet




Further Information

  • Graduation Address 2023

    Click here to view the summer graduation ceremony held July 31, 2023 at Ƶ High School North:














    Jacalyn Lesser, Director  





    Regina Buckley

    Administrative Assistant 


    Contact us at NCLL@nashua.edu

    or at 603-966-2420






    Driver Education 

    Click here for information about the Ƶ High School

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