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Dublin, New Hampshire, USA view map
Co-Ed, No Religious Affiliation
P.O. Box 522, 18 Lehmann Way, Dublin, New Hampshire, USA
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Summary: Academics at Dublin School are engaging, relevant, and rigorous. Academic work here aims to prepare students for college, and for the journey of building rich and positive lives. Our academic program grows from the legacy of Paul Lehmann, and his emphasis on hard work and high standards, and the values of progressive education in the midst of a small New England village, surrounded by the beauty of the forests, Mount Monadnock, and Dublin Lake. Education here is based on Dublin’s early belief in involving every student in taking responsibility and caring for the school, the town, and the larger community, and for the natural world. Dublin’s commitment to incorporating many kinds of people and learners, to creating many kinds of learning experiences, and to the growth of healthy adolescents, all derive from this legacy. Our academic program invites students to read ever more deeply, to write and speak with increasing effectiveness, to solve problems creatively and efficiently, to explore scientific fields, to learn languages, and to draw, to make music, and to be moved by works of beauty. Students leave Dublin School as strong individuals who are ready to participate in the globalizing society of the 21st century.
Department Director: Sarah Doenmez
Average Class Size: 8
Full Time Teachers: 30
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 52.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 5/1
Number of AP Courses Offered: 9
Summary: Each of us at Dublin School is expected to be concerned with the well–being of others and with the quality of life here on campus. We learn to treat each person as an individual of particular worth. Our motto is, "Truth and Courage."
Department Director: Eric Nemitz
Number of Dorms: 7
Average Students Per Dorm: 16
No. of Girls Dorms: 3
No. of Boys Dorms: 4
Dress Code: Formal
Summary: Whether you are a day student or you live on campus, you are part of an inclusive and very special community. You can feel a sense of family the moment you arrive on campus.
Clubs and Organizations
Arts Department Director: Jan Haman
Athletics Department Director: Brooks Johnson
Summary: The College Counseling Office at Dublin School provides individualized college counseling to each student and their families.
Department Director: Holly Macy
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Colleges attended in the past 5 years by our graduates:
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