Tuition-free Classical education
2022-2023 Open K-5
Now Registering Fall 2023 K-6
Registration is now open for open seats
K- 6th grade for 2023-2024!
To register, please use the link below and create an account in Alma Start. Once logged in, select the 2023-2024 form.
Please complete one form per child.
The registration deadline is March 8th at 11:59 pm.
The Lottery is scheduled for Saturday, March 11, 2023 at 10 am.
Contact us with any questions.
Thank you for your interest in Lionheart!
Join our Parent Information Sessions to learn more and tour the school.
Saturdays 10:00 am
10 Sharon Road, Peterborough
February 4 -- Canceled due to cold weather
February 11 -- New!
Ready to train minds and inspire hearts?
We are looking for talented teachers to join our team and encourage interested candidates to contact us.
View our webpage for current openings.
In January 2021, a small group of committed individuals with a shared passion for classical education and school choice came together to start a school.
And now, Lionheart Classical Academy Chartered Public School is open with nearly 200 students and 10 classroom teachers for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Join us in this inspiring work to bring a tuition-free classical educational option to NH families.
- Monadnock Freedom to Learn Coalition
Our mission is to TRAIN the minds and INSPIRE the hearts of our students through a CLASSICAL LIBERAL ARTS AND SCIENCES education that supports academic achievement, virtuous living, and responsible citizenship.
Our vision is to be a nationally regarded K-12 classical school and serve as a local, regional, and national leader
for the growth and promotion of a content-rich, knowledge-based curriculum for students.
To help achieve our mission and vision, we will emphasize the following virtues with our students:
compassion, courage, gratitude, humility, integrity,
perseverance, respect, responsibility, and service.
We strive to graduate students who are virtuous, are highly literate, can communicate effectively, possess cultural literacy, are prepared to continue academic achievement, and are ready to become active and productive members of American society.
It is the policy of the Lionheart Board of Trustees that there will be no discrimination on the basis of age, gender, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin, or disability for employment in, participation in, admission/access to, or operation and administration of any educational program or activity in the Charter School.