Enroll at Maude H. Trefethen School

Looking for a unique, individualized and enriching education for your child? Maude H. Trefethen (MHT), a K-5 public school located in New Castle, NH, is now welcoming non-resident students. The #1 ranked elementary school in New Hampshire by US News and World Report in 2021, MHT offers students a multi-age classroom setting with excellent teacher to student ratios delivering quality instruction for students.

Our attentive, small community culture of MHT enables kids to reach their full potential. We are proud of our project-based curriculum that comes to life in core subjects, STEM, world languages, and the arts. Action-oriented academics is complemented by diverse enrichment opportunities, elevating MHT and its students to one of our State’s premier primary schools.

WHAT MAKES MHT UNIQUE?

Individualized Instruction
Individualized Instruction
After School Programming
After School Programming
Multi-Grade Classrooms
Multi-Grade Classrooms
Project Based Learning
Project Based Learning
Collaborative Culture
Collaborative Culture
Positive Learning Environment
Positive Learning Environment
STEM Classes
STEM Classes
Enrollment Inquiries

Contact our school to schedule a Parent/Student tour of MHT! Our Principal, David Latchaw, or one of our classroom teachers, would love to tell you more about MHT!

603-436-5416

dlatchaw@sau50.org

Testimonials

"MHT offered my kids more individualized attention and better academic programming. The small class sizes, amazing teachers, and curriculum have far exceeded our expectations. Our kids gained confidence as students, leaders, friends and community members as a result of their time at MHT."

-Jessica H., Parent of two Non-Resident Students

Testimonials

"MHT is the best school I have been at so far. I have made lots of really good friends, and I like all the teachers because they really care about me. I like the size of the school because at big schools I don’t get to know everyone as well. MHT brings out my personality.”

-Enzo F., Non-Resident 5th grade student