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
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 ...
High Mowing School is located in the town of Wilton, New Hampshire. It is the first Waldorf Boarding House High School in America. They also accept day students into their programs. While here, students have the opportunity to participate in many activities and traditions. From the Halloween parties to the Christmas Festival, from the Valentine's Day festivities to prom and graduation traditions. Students are taught as much about themselves and their abilities to succeed as they are in any academic subjects. ...
Oliverian School is located in Haverhill, New Hampshire. This boarding school focuses not only on developing the learning process of the student, but developing the student. Students live in small converted farmhouses and have dorm parents that make it a family setting. Besides the dorms and academic buildings there is a student center that allows students to study in the library, exercise in the gym, or just hang out with friends at the snack bar and games room. The campus is also ...