Welcome to The Founders Academy

Welcome to The Founders Academy Public Charter School where students are the "leaders of the future" and the "guardians of our liberty." The Founders Academy is both a middle and high school centered on its mission and curriculum. Please enjoy browsing this website to familiarize yourself with the mission, vision, expectations, and curriculum at Founders.  

The school exists to inspire good character in students in order to foster responsible leadership and citizenship, the best means to secure our nation and guard our liberty. As we enter our third year, the students will formally study under "The Founding Fathers' Character and Leadership Curriculum." This carefully selected title for the curriculum through twelfth grade emphasizes the mission of the school: to provide a classical education grounded in leadership, history, character-building, and liberty.

To read Dean Mooney's full message click here.

The Mission Statement

The Founders Academy is a public chartered school encompassing grades 6 -12 that is free and open to all New Hampshire students. The Academy develops leaders who understand and apply the lessons of the past, demonstrate exceptional character and lead by example. The Academy recognizes the importance of balance in the development of the whole person, and respects each student's journey.

To read the full mission click here.

Recent News

arrowsFebruary Teacher of the Month
The teacher of the month is Kevin Tellier!
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arrowsMovie Night this Friday!
Price is $5.00
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99 Restaurant & Founders
arrows99 Restaurant "Dining For a Cause" Fundraiser Night
Fundraiser set for Thursday, March 30 from 5:00 - 8:00pm
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The Founders Drama Club
arrowsDrama Club Presented "Little Women" at the NH Educational Theatre Guild
On March 11, Our Drama Club presented at the regional drama festival
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