So you want to earn your New Hampshire Teacher Certification? Let's take a look at the step by step instructions:

Initial New Hampshire Teaching Certification

  1. Be sure you have a college education and hold a degree from an accredited school.
  2. Internship/Student Teaching. Some classroom experience is needed to get certified
  3. Finish the teacher competency test with ETS
  4. Pass a background check
  5. Submit the following:
    • Completed Application
    • $130 Fee payable to State of New Hampshire
    • Official transcripts, degrees, and school credits
    • Also, include copies of your test scores
    • Mail To:
      New Hampshire Department of Education
      Bureau of Credentialing
      101 Pleasant Street
      Concord, NH 03301-3860
      (603) 271-2408
  6. Do you want to renew your New Hampshire Teacher Certification?

New Hampshire Alternative Teacher Certification

Alternatively, there is another path you can take to get your teaching New Hampshire Teacher Certification.

  1. Earn a Master’s Degree or at least Bachelors degree.
  2. Complete the application that applies to you and speak with a representative (603) 271-2408

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