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New Hampton, New Hampshire, USA view map
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
Students take advantage of outstanding state-of-the-art facilities; extensive classes in the arts; technology-driven math and science in a new $10-million dollar building; and a highly competitive athletics program that send student-athletes to the Ivy League and NESCAC schools. An Apple Distinguished School, the School offers a wide range of opportunities for service and hands-on experience. A dedicated faculty, comprised of caring adults, is committed to developing enduring relationships with their students.
Located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire near the magnificent White Mountains, the school is ideally situated to help students explore issues of sustainability. Alumni of New Hampton School matriculate to competitive colleges and universities and go on to take leadership roles in politics and culture, business and finance, science and medicine, education and philanthropy, or wherever their dreams and talents take them. A transformative education, global vision, hands-on experience- the heart of New Hampton School. If you're ready to go beyond yourself, we're ready for you.
70 Main Street, New Hampton, New Hampshire, USA
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Learn more about New Hampton School and all the exciting programs we offer in an intimate boarding and day school setting. Families can visit classes, chat with teachers, learn about the International Baccalaureate and iPad programs, and meet with athletic coaches and arts program leaders.
Posted on November 23, 2013
New Hampton School is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2013 to 2015 for its implementation of iPad technology into the learning experience.
Posted on November 21, 2013
How does an innovative school continue to improve, evolve, and discover other ways to help its students learn more effectively? First-year Director of Studies Matt Fisk likely spent a number of his morning runs considering the question.
Summary: A leader in in technology integration with a 1:1 iPad program and the first New England boarding school to adopt the International Baccalaureate, our small school in rural New Hampshire will give you the tools to understand it. Our academic program is geared toward helping students develop informed perspectives on today's global world, along with the critical thinking, technological, communication, and social skills to solve problems and promote innovation wherever they go.
Our teachers create flexible learning environments to meet the students’ wide range of learning styles. Because technology is a significant factor in creating these learning environments our facilities and schedules are intentionally designed to maximize learning opportunities that technology
provides. Our class schedule consists of 70-minute blocks. Students typically take six courses that meet 3-4 times per week. These longer blocks maximize the face time our teachers have with students and minimize transitions. We also provide time in the schedule for students to seek extra help, complete coursework, collaborate with their peers, or to just relax
through scheduled open blocks and office hours.
Average Class Size: 11
Full Time Teachers: 75
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 60.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5/1
Saturday Classes: Yes
Summer Programs Offered: Offered
Number of AP Courses Offered: 2
Notable Achievements: International Baccalaureate School, 1:1 iPad Program, Apple Distinguished School
Summary: The Office of School Life is dedicated to a mission of fostering, facilitating, and
promoting positive behaviors and growth within the NHS community. Through
relationship building and an emphasis on life skills and learning experiences, students
have opportunities for growth in all aspects of their life at New Hampton. The Office of School Life is home to the dean of students, associate dean of students, and assistant to the deans of students. The administrator on duty (AOD) is an extension of the Office of School Life, as are advisors and dorm parents.
Department Director: Chris Little
Number of Dorms: 13
No. of Girls Dorms: 5
No. of Boys Dorms: 8
Dress Code: Casual
Clubs and Organizations
Arts Department Director: Amy Wilson
Athletics Department Director: Jamie Arsenault
Summary: With three highly experienced college counselors available to students, New Hampton offers excellent guidance in strategizing the next steps. The process begins in the end of tenth grade and intensifies with each subsequent school year ultimately resulting in an outstanding range of college options for our graduates.
Department Director: Berry Jennifer
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Summary: New Hampton School in the summer continues to produce students and athletes of all ages. From our top notch sports camps including the Nothing But NET Basketball Camp and Nike Sports Camps to New Hampton School's own Accelerated English Language Program for international students, the campus is busy and bustling all summer long. Check out our programs at www.newhampton.org/summer and GO BEYOND.
Department Director: Leia Bridgham
June 29, 2013 to August 10, 2013
New Hampton School's Accelerated English Language Program is an American Culture experience offered to motivated international high school students. Choose a 2-6 week education package balancing academic rigor with summertime activity and cultural immersion. $1,650/week or $8,925/6 weeks
Registration Deadline: June 01, 2013
Financial Aid Available: No
July 22, 2013 to July 25, 2013
Nothing But NET Basketball-Coed
July 22 - 25
Boys and Girls
Co-Ed day program is for Elementary and Middle School students looking to improve their basketball skills. This week of instruction offers an intensive, yet light-hearted curriculum.
Registration Deadline: July 01, 2013
Financial Aid Available: No
New Hampton School is an Apple Distinguished School for the implementation of its 1:1 iPad Program. The Apple Distinguished School designation is reserved for schools that meet criteria for innovation, leadership, and educational excellence, and demonstrate Apple’s vision of exemplary learning environments.
The selection of New Hampton School as an Apple Distinguished School highlights its successes in enhancing and extending teaching and learning with thoughtful and innovative implementations of technology. New Hampton School began its iPad Program as a pilot in 2010 when the School gave iPads to all freshmen and some faculty members. After documented success, all faculty and ninth- and tenth-grade students utilized iPads during the 2011-12 school year. In the fall of 2012, New Hampton became a 1:1 iPad school and immediately recognized the benefits school-wide that the pilot program hinted towards in its early days.
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