MANCHESTER — Eighteen education professionals from throughout New England will visit Central High School starting Sunday to assess the school’s reaccreditation, the school said.
The four-day visit is designed to review the self-evaluation compiled by administration, faculty, staff and students of Central as part of the reaccreditation. The New England Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges is overseeing the reaccreditation.
The team is expected to speak directly to stakeholders in the school, which bills itself as the oldest public high school in New Hampshire. “We at Central are delighted to showcase Central pride in action and welcome our visitors to our schools and our classrooms,” said Principal Ronald Mailhot.