Situated on the northern border of Manchester, Hooksett is a good sized suburban town, with many different neighborhoods and commercial areas. It straddles the Merrimack River with country roads veering towards Bow, Dunbarton, and Goffstown on the West side and busy commerical roads, planned neighborhoods, and schools on the East side.
Hooksett experienced a building boom in the last twenty years, with several new neighborhoods popping up. Although this boom has slowed, people looking for newer homes in the Manchester area will find a lot of opportunity in Hooksett.
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Schools: The Hooksett School District is part of SAU 15, along with Candia and Auburn. Hooksett students attend Fred C. Underhill School for Kindergarten through Second grade, Hooksett Memorial School for Third through Fifth Grade, and David R. Cawley Middle School. High school students then move on to Pinkerton Academy. Pinkerton serves roughly 3,100 students, making it the largest high school in New Hampshire. Pinkerton is a private school which also serves as the "public" high school (grades 9–12) for the communities of Derry, Hampstead, Chester, Auburn, Candia, and Hooksett. Through arrangements with the towns, each town pays the tuition for their students to attend Pinkerton.