Foundation / Corporation
New Hampshire Excellence in Education (NH EDies)
Awards of $2,000 to New Hampshire public elementary, K-8, middle, and high schools to honor excellence and exemplary practices. Interested applicants must submit an intent to apply form prior to submitting an application. In addition to the cash award, the winning school at each level will receive state-wide recognition, a school banner, and a specially engraved school bell signifying excellence in education.
The application process will help the applicant and their school team engage in a collaborative and self-reflective dialogue focused solely on continuous improvement and excellence in education.
Applicants will be assessed against the following School Excellence Competencies:
GrantWatch ID#: 157611
One award in each category: Elementary, K-8, Middle, and High School
The winning school at each level will receive state-wide recognition as the EDies School of Excellence, $2,000, a school banner, and a beautifully engraved school bell signifying excellence in education.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
First, submit the online Intent to Apply form:
Then submit materials by email to:
OR mail to:
NH Excellence in Education
17 Depot St STE 3
Concord, NH 03301
For further information, contact the above email address, or call 603.228.1231
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