Learn Everywhere Program
RSA 193-E:2-a, V(b)
N.H. Admin. R., Ed 1400 (2020)
Students can earn credit for out-of-classroom learning offered by approved providers.
Which students are eligible?
Public school students grades 9 through 12.
Who can be a program provider?
Any for-profit or non-profit entity that offers educational programs that meet minimum
standards for approval to grant credit leading to graduation.
Who approves program applications?
A program approval committee (appointed by the Commissioner of Education) performs the
initial review of the provider application. If the application passes review, it must be submitted
to and approved by the State Board of Education. Initial approval is for one year. The applicant
may submit a renewal application and, if approved, the State Board may issue a 5-year renewal.
How does a student obtain credit?
Upon successful completion of an approved program, a student will be issued a completion
certificate. Students may earn high school credit leading to graduation in the area enumerated
on the certificate.
For additional information, please visit learneverywherenh.org