Making Community Connections Charter School is a tuition-free, public charter school, enrolling students from any community in New Hampshire.

MC² Mission Statement

Our goals are to:
  • Inspire a lifelong love for learning through the renewal of curiosity and wonder.
  • Promote self confidence through the achievement of learning outcomes based on high expectations.
Through your work at MC², you will:
  • Develop an awareness of your individual interests, strengths, and talents to assist you in defining your post secondary options.
  • Develop a strong perception of yourself as a learner, with the capacity and desire for independent, challenging learning and the willingness to learn from mistakes.
  • Develop the desire, skills, and attitudes to be a responsible and active community member.
  • Develop the intellectual and social skills and knowledge to support the accomplishment of the above goals.
  • This form is an application for the MC² Charter School’s Monadnock Campus.
Student Name(Required)
Parent/Guardian Name(Required)

Following submission of your interest here, you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) will be contacted by MC2 to complete your application and do an interview/tour.

MC² does not discriminate in its education programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion or ability.

If you have any questions, please contact:
Vickie Nason
(603) 283-0844

Please contact us at (603) 283-0844 for further information.

Know your Rights: Students with Disabilities in Charter Schools

Below are some sample documents to further describe our model. Use the FAQs to answer any potential questions as well.

The J curve is an integral part of the MC2 philosophy. Students progress through phases in a competency-based manner, which often does not track to traditional time expectations.

There are six pillars of the MC2 model that differentiate us from traditional educational models.

MC2 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, disability or marital status in the selection of students or staff or in the administration of its educational program or in any other way as is prohibited by relevant state and federal law.