• The Adult Diploma Program at Monadnock Regional School District offers afternoon and evening classes for high school credit to adults who desire to complete their high school diploma. Potential students must be at least 16 years of age and must have completed ten high school credits to be a candidate for the ADP.

    Students who are interested, please hand in a completed enrollment form to begin the registration process. Forms can be dropped off at the Monadnock Regional High School guidance office or emailed to kwillson@mrsd.org. 

    Registration Process:

    1. Fill out the enrollment form. Enrollment forms can be brought to Monadnock Regional High School Guidance Office or emailed to kwillson@mrsd.org

    2. Proof of residency and official transcripts must also be provided with an enrollment form to begin the registration process. Please note that a valid driver’s license is not proof of residency. Proof of residency is determined by a current lease or bill in the name of the applicant to the address listed on the application.

    3. Set up a meeting with one of the ADP coordinators. In this meeting, we will sit down and complete a credit check. This credit check will determine what classes and how many more credits are needed for graduation. Together, we will create a plan to earn the remaining credits needed to graduate.

    4. Before starting classes, the student must read, sign and return, agreeing to the following Monadnock ADP Policies:

    ADP Coordinators:

    Karin Wilson: kwillson@mrsd.org
    (603) 903-6708

    Kathryn Schnare: kschnare@mrsd.org 
    (603) 903-6714

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