Students: 107 | Faculty: 15 | Grades: K-12 | Gender: Coed
Dublin Christian Academy
Dublin Christian Academy, is a private school located in Dublin, New Hampshire. Founded in 1964, this school provides formal education to children from preschool through their senior year in high school. This school offers a Christian setting to 75 students.
Noted for their fine arts and athletics programs, students are offered the chance to participate in a number of activities, including soccer, volleyball, and basketball, all of which are sanctioned by the New Hampshire Association of Christian Schools.
Dublin Christian Academy continues to enjoy notable expansion and growth.
Students are granted enrollment based on previous academic records, personal interviews, and additional testing. Upon enrollment, tuition is based on a sliding scale, with multiple enrollments granted additional discounts.
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