Students: 310 | Faculty: 62 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
New Hampton School
New Hampton School is a private school that was founded in 1821. Its total campus size spreads over 340 acres. The student body is composed of 305 pupils, which are a combination of 245 boarding students and 60 day students.
There is one teacher distributed among every five students and an average of 11 students within each class.
New Hampton was one of the first original privately endowed schools chartered in the State of New Hampshire. It has rapidly grown since to earn a significant place as one of the best schools in the state.
Programs include academics, arts, athletics, college counseling, school life, and summer programs. Their team mascot is The Husky. It follows a three-pronged strategic plan with a dedicated focus on college preparatory education. Programs include Families are asked to make a $4,000 deposit to ensure enrollments.
Boarding Schools in New Hampshire
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Wediko Children's Services in rural Hillsborough, New Hampshire is all boys, ages 7-19, non sectarian private boarding school. The school is academically driven rather than athletic. It was built in 1934 to care for kids with special emotional or physical needs. The school's program focuses on helping these kids learn how to function independently as adults and become productive citizens of our society. The campus also has a library and computer lab. Tuition is $11,600. The school also offers a ...