99 students from Hooksett to attend Pinkerton as freshmen for new school year
The students chose to attend Pinkerton for the 2014-15 school year, marking the first time so many Hooksett students will be enrolled at the high school.
“The fact that it is seamless is what we strive for,” he said.
In total, there are 165 Hooksett students who were eighth graders last year who will be incoming freshman this year at Pinkerton or other area high schools. In addition to Pinkerton, students were able to choose from other surrounding schools that included Manchester, Bow and Londonderry, according to officials.
“We have the room, we have the facilities, our systems are designed for this size of student body,” Underhill said.
A little more than 800 freshmen are expected to attend Pinkerton during the upcoming school year, Underhill said. There will also be 60 transfer students that will be coming to Pinkerton from other high schools, he said. The students started high school at another high school before opting to transfer to the Derry school.
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