Teaching Jobs in New Hampshire

Exeter, New Hampshire

Teach in New Hampshire

The 288 school districts in New Hampshire serve almost 200,000 students. The 1837 schools in the state are comprised of traditional public schools, public charter schools, private schools, online academies, a variety of learning pods, and at least one magnet school, Maple Street Magnet School. No matter what school setting or grade level you prefer, there are a variety of choices available.

Whether you want to teach in an elementary setting, a middle school or high school subject area, early childhood, or special education, the New Hampshire schools provide many opportunities. New Hampshire has larger school districts like those in Concord, Bedford, Nashua, and Rochester, NH that need qualified teachers. Other smaller districts across the state like those in Littleton, Plymouth, and Keene need teachers for curricular classes, subject matter classes, and specific grade levels that need teachers as well.

New Hampshire Teacher Qualifications and Certifications

To teach in New Hampshire, you will need an educator’s certificate issued through the state’s Department of Education. Candidates must hold at least a bachelor’s degree, complete the state-approved teacher prep program, and successfully pass all required examinations. Alternative routes to certification are possible for those holding a bachelor’s degree but have not yet completed a teacher preparation program.

Let us help you find a teaching job in New Hampshire. We maintain a list of open teaching positions across the state. Our database includes public, private, charter, magnet, virtual, and boarding school settings from Watertown to Woodstock, Manchester to Campton. Schools in New Hampshire have openings for elementary, middle school, and high school teachers. We can help you find a teaching job in New Hampshire for your current certification and credentials.