Profile School Ranked in TOP FIVE in U.S. News & World Report
A report conducted by U.S. News & World Report ranked Profile School in the top five of best high schools in New Hampshire for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016. High schools were evaluated on the student/teacher ratio and how 12th graders performed on their AP tests and the math and reading portions of their state exit exams. To review the complete list of the top 12 high schools in New Hampshire, click here.
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Lunch $2.60 (students)
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Winter Sports Pep Rally and Bonfire at the Dow.
Customize and order your 2019 Profile Yearbook.
Download your 2018-19 Students Internet and Chromebook Acceptable Use Policy and return it to the Media Center at your earliest convenience. Make sure to select one of the 3 options . You need to return this form even if you are using your own laptop. Student and parent/guardian should sign this form.
2018-19 Program of Studies
Sitemap and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act.
Read the TARGETED ASSISTANCE SCHOOL PLAN.
BOOSTER CLUB: The Profile Booster Club is open to all parents who would like to be involved. Look at our page on the school website or visit us on facebook.
PRE-APPROVED ABSENCE FROM SCHOOL: This form is to be used when a student knows he/she will be absent from school in advance of the absence. Students should obtain this pre-approved form from the main office and obtain each teacher’s signature prior to obtaining administrative signature.
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION: If you would like to donate your "Box Tops For Education", we will gladly take them! Please drop them off in the front office. Thank you!
FOOD ALLERGIES: Food allergy is a growing public health issue that impacts almost every school across the United States. Nearly 6 million children in the U.S. – which equates to 1 in 13, or roughly 2 in every classroom – have a food allergy. Parents and students are encouraged to learn more about food allergies.
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