During the last 2010-2011 North Country Charter Academy Board of Trustees meeting, the members expressed their support and extreme satisfaction with the continued success of the charter school. With the close out of 2011 school year, NCCA graduated a total of 248 students in which 60 of those students were recovered dropouts. The board members were presented Certificates of Appreciation for their dedication and exceptional governance of the charter school.

NCCA is having a significant impact not only throughout the North Country but also state-wide. This past year NCCA received a copy of the New Hampshire Dropout Prevention and Recovery Oversight Council's 2010 Annual Report and was delighted to see that out of the 11 programs funded through Alternative Education, NCCA had the greatest impact in the State of New Hampshire.

Also supported by the board was sending a delegation to the National Alliance for Public Charter School Conference which was funded through a grant. Through a competitive process, NCCA was chosen to be presenters to share its successful model to the nation. The conference took place in Atlanta, Ga. in July. The presentation was entitled "Rural Charter School Collaborative to Reduce Dropout Rate."


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