New England Classical Academy


Check the recent NECA News found on the News section of the website for upcoming dates for NECA cleaning schedule. For all those families needing to work Volunteer Hours, this is the best and fastest way to do it!

FUNDRAISING VOLUNTEERS: Keep an eye out for an upcoming fundraising meeting to help with some exciting and new fundraisers we're launching in 2019!

We are always in need of cleaning supplies and are glad to accept donations in kind anytime!

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Upcoming Events

Friday, November 22
Wreath Assembly
Saturday, November 23
No School
Wednesday, November 27
No School
Thursday, November 28
No School
Friday, November 29

Heidi Fagan holds both a BA and an MFA in Theater Directing from UConn and Northern Illinois University and directs NECA's Theater program. An experienced Theater Arts instructor, actor, and director, Mrs Fagan has worked professionally with Northern Stage for many years as their education director/teacher. Mrs Fagan enters her 9th year at NECA teaching drama and art for K-12th grade.

Theresa Norman, a New Hampshire native, has many years experience in public school and theater. Married with 3 children, she lives in Acworth, NH. This is her fourth year teaching at NECA, and she will be teaching the 3rd, 4th and 5th graders.

"Mrs. Norman instills in her students a love of learning and all things classical. I always appreciate her honest feedback. She is not afraid to share praise, as well as struggles." -Rebecca Vinduska, NECA parent

Daniel Regan, a native of Crystal Lake IL, holds a BA in Liberal Arts from Magdalen College and an Apostolic Catechetical Diploma. Father of six children, has several years experience teaching English, Rhetoric and Humanities at the High School and College level. He teaches upper school composition, humanities, music and more. He also serves as Academic Dean.

Colleen Ross is our K-2 classroom teacher. Ms. Ross has 15+ years of experience working with kids as a paraprofessional and as a leader of extra-curricular and summer programs. Recently, she has earned two back-to-back associate's degrees from River Valley Community College: Math and Science in 2017 and Early Childhood Education in 2019. Several years ago she started a program called Be GIFTS, which provides STEM experiences to students of various ages throughout southwestern NH. She is sure to bring youth, creativity, and compassion to the classroom.

Helen Schultz teaches the classical languages, Latin and Greek, in the upper school. Ms. Schultz has taught both Latin and English (among other subjects) for over 30 years, primarily at The Winsor School in Boston. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in History and Literature from Harvard College in 1972 and a Master's in Religion and Secondary Education from Harvard Divinity School in 1986. Ms. Schultz is known by colleagues and friends to be a warm, gentle, encouraging woman and a model teacher who helps her students to persevere and master the language.

Elizabeth Wilber earned a bachelor's degree in Mathematics from Franciscan University of Steubenville. She has a NH State license for 7-12 grade mathematics as well as experience in a large range of mathematics from fifth grade math to calculus. She teaches some upper school mathematics and science classes. She is the Executive Director and Administrative Dean.

Faculty Applications

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