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N.H. charter school sets focus on math and science

By James Vaznis
Globe Staff / January 29, 2006

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By the time students at the New Hampshire Academy for Science and Design reach their junior year, they will have taken enough rigorous courses at the grades 7-12 school that they can major in a specialized area of math or science, such as aeronautics and aviation; chemistry and biomedicine; or space, astronomy, and astronautics. (Full article: 901 words)

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