16 School Street
Greenville, New Hampshire 03048
Map of Mascenic Regional School District (SAU #87)
Phone:  603-721-0160
Fax:  603-721-0175
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PreK - 12th
Enrollment:  1145
Setting:  Not provided

Welcome to Mascenic Regional School District (SAU #87)!
The Mascenic Regional School District, an award winning, single-district school administrative unit in southwestern New Hampshire, seeks an exceptional educational leader to fill the position of Superintendent to serve the towns of Greenville and New Ipswich, New Hampshire.

Located on the southern border of New Hampshire, these small New England towns are set away, offering small-town life, but within an hour of Boston, Keene, Nashua, and Worcester. This area offers an opportunity for an active lifestyle with access to the 128 corridor in Boston, quality medical facilities, outdoor activity, and the arts, shopping, and sporting events.

These unassuming communities accept and value individual differences. There is a wholesome sense of community, where people still know and care for one another, which produces a connected sense of safety. The strong family culture supports the best interests of our children through the local schools. Volunteering
is a way of life and a “we can get it done attitude” exists.

The Mascenic Regional School District, whose mission -
Committed to providing a quality education that prepares students to become lifelong learners who will thrive in a global society,
exemplifies educational momentum with a new elementary school, updated energy efficient middle and high schools, as well as a dedicated, committed, and award-winning staff and school board.

This pK-12 system includes: Highbridge Hill Elementary School (428 students, pK -4), Boynton Middle School (363 students, 5-8), and Mascenic Regional High School, NH High School of the Year 2012, (354 students, 9-12). An award-winning Automotive Career Center and a Firefighting Academy also provide unique and quality vocational programs at Mascenic Regional High School.

This exceptional district is seeking an educational leader that will sustain and improve on current initiatives that resulted in unprecedented academic progress with test scores above the state average, a zero percent drop out rate for the last two years, and effective programs for all students. Technology used as a creative teaching tool is integrated into all levels of instruction. Graduation rates of seniors continuing on to post-secondary education after high school have risen to 75%.