Windham, NH, home of the Jaguars, is part of New Hampshire's Rockingham County. According to the most recent census, Windham's population is 13,592. Windham is home to Griffin Park and a brand new high school. Until 2009 Windham students attended Salem High School. Windham has two elementary schools and a middle school as well.
Windham describes itself as "the jewel of southern New Hampshire" and an ideal place to raise a family, start a business, or just stop to visit. Windham has local access to I-93 for an easy commute to Boston or Manchester or anywhere else you may need to commute to. Windham also has a booming economy with their many local businesses.
Windham has a large small business population. From restaurants like Mary-Ann's Diner or coffee shops like the Village Bean, and other small business including grocery stores and bakeries. But for those with a commute to the city, their already easy commute is made easier with the Boston Express leaving from a Windham location.
Windham has come a long way and is continuing to grow economically and become an ideal place to call home.