INFO NIGHT! JUNE 11 @ 6:30PMCATA is currently accepting applications for all grades (9-12) for the 2013-2014 school year. Looking for an arts-integrated college preparatory academic program? A small school with a ...
Posted by Jessica Williams
INFO NIGHTCATA is currently accepting applications for the 2013-2014 school year! Wondering if CATA is right for you? Join us Tuesday, April 16th at 6:30pm to ask questions, meets ...
Posted Apr 5, 2013, 10:22 AM by O verlord
3/18 VIRTUAL DAYWe will be having a Virtual Day on Tuesday March 19, 2013.
Please plan accordingly.
Posted Mar 18, 2013, 6:50 PM by Matt Azzaro
3/18 Watching the weatherI am watching the weather and will decide if we are having a virtual day at 10:00 or 5:00am
Posted Mar 18, 2013, 9:53 AM by Matt Azzaro
CATA is a college preparatory, public charter school established in 2004 to serve 9th to 12th grade students with specialized interests in arts and technology.
“The artistic expression of the academic experience using the
technology of today” permeates all of CATA’s core academics, arts
electives, as well as independent studies and extended learning
opportunities. We are located in an historic mill on the banks of the
Cocheco River in downtown Dover, NH.
mission is to provide excellence in secondary education through college
preparatory academics, performing arts, fine arts, and technology
related to the arts. CATA is dedicated to creating an educational
community where each student thrives, exploring personal interests in an
atmosphere that encompasses different learning styles, individual
learning opportunities, smaller class sizes and multiple methods of
CATA has clearly articulated goals and strategies that guide teaching/learning methods at the school. These include:
To nurture creative thinkers, independent learners, and active citizens
To promote increased skills for admittance to arts-based and/or
liberal art colleges using a professional representation of their arts
and technology-based skills
To promote excellence in education through innovative, engaging and challenging coursework
To encourage and guide students to take responsibility for their education
To provide a curriculum that integrates arts and technology into the classroom rather than being a supplement to learning
To develop methods that identify, sustain and incorporate multiple
learning styles and assessment enabling all students to attain their