Students: 533 | Faculty: 106 | Grades: 9-12 | Gender: Coed
St. Paul’s School
St. Paul’s School in Concord, New Hampshire, is a co-ed boarding school founded in 1865 under the Episcopal tradition. The campus is located on 2,000 acres of woodlands and open fields. This is a residential academic community for both students and staff.
The school is open to grades 9-12. They are a diverse community, with students from 35 states and 16 countries and welcome all faiths and beliefs.
Throughout a school year, there are 185 courses offered. 76 of these courses are Honors or AP level. The core curriculum revolves around courses in humanities, mathematics, science, languages, religion and the arts.
They offer Advanced Studies courses and an Independent Study program. They are ranked among the top 20 boarding schools for selectivity and high SAT scores.
Boarding Schools in New Hampshire
The Tilton School is a private, co-educational high school located in Tilton, NH. Tilton has a student body of nearly 300, with both boarding students and day students. Tilton is a college preparatory school and holds classes Monday through Saturday. The Tilton School is committed to high standards and challenging students, while simultaneously helping them reach expectations. Tilton follows the principles of the Understanding by Design philosophy, which is a framework used for educational planning. The school offers many courses, including ...
Shortridge Academy is a positive youth development institution located in Milton, New Hampshire in a secluded area containing 350 acres of land. Shortridge Academy is surrounded by Stonewalls, an archeological site, and has the serenity of a forest setting. The school includes classrooms, music room, office space, kitchen as well as a dining room. They also have three newly built sinlge-sex dormitories. The dormitories house between 16 and 20 students in four large rooms which a shared living room and mudroom. This school ...
Located in the town of Andover, NH, Proctor Academy is a coeducational, private, boarding school offering grades 9-12. Originally founded in 1848 as Andover Academy, the school was closed and reopened several times before John Proctor opened it as Proctor Academy in 1881. Situated on three thousand acres and split in half by Andover's Main Street, the school educates over three hundred students with eighty percent of them attending as boarding students. The average class has twelve students, offering a low teacher to ...