Reaching Higher NH’s mission is to support high-quality public education and the infinite potential of every child in New Hampshire. To do that, we need to know what is working for students in our public schools. How are they getting ready for the future? What learning opportunities give them a competitive advantage when they apply to college, jobs, or service positions after high school?

So, we grabbed our cameras, hopped in the car, and drove all over the Granite State to talk with more than 250 students, just weeks before graduation – because, who can speak to this better, than the students themselves?

In the short videos below, you will hear about initiatives in our public schools that are getting NH high schoolers ready for the next step after high school. These opportunities are taking the dreams of NH students, regardless of their backgrounds, learning styles or achievement levels, and making them a reality. As we’re sure you’ll see, that students in the 603, are definitely READY!

Explore these videos and vote for your favorite!

Video 1: CTE Programs

CTE programs are getting NH students ready for high demand business, science, and technology college and career tracks.

Video 2: College Credits & Certifications

NH Students are earning college credits and professional certifications before graduation.

Video 3: Career Exploration

Career exploration opportunities are helping NH students make informed choices about their future.

Video 4: ELOs & Internships

Extended Learning Opportunities (ELOs) are getting NH students college and career ready.

Now we need to hear from you! Tell us which opportunity you find most compelling and why.

Vote now and be entered to WIN a $250 Visa gift card!

Your vote ensures that we can continue this work of elevating student voices and telling the stories of what is working in NH public schools.

We would like to thank the schools, organizations, educators, and students that participated in this project. Our sincere thanks to:

One entry per person. Voting will close on Monday, November 13, 2017, and a random winner will be selected from the list of completed survey participants. Contact information, responses, and all other information will be kept private and will not be sold or shared to anyone.