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Located in New Hampton, Belknap County, New Hampshire (just 100 miles north of Boston), New Hampton School is an independent boarding and day school serving boys and girls in Grades 9-12 and at postgraduate level.

We provide the International Baccalaureate Program as part of our academic offerings. New Hampton School prepares students for life-long learning through self-discovery, authentic relationships, civic responsibility, and global citizenship offering honors, advanced placement and college prep courses ACT and SAT.


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Residential Life:
Approximately two-thirds of our student body resides on campus, housed in thirteen dormitories. Apartments adjoining each dormitory house faculty and their families. Dormitories vary in occupancy size from seven to just over 30 students, and each has a unique layout.

We have thirteen dormitories varying in size, each with resident dorm parents/ family. Main buildings: classrooms and science laboratories, three computer labs, research center and library, arts and athletics complex. We also have photography labs, theater, studios for the arts (dance, music, and media production), climbing wall, five athletic fields, nine tennis courts, hockey rink, ski and snowboard center, two ponds, and a 340-acre mountain area for outdoor recreation.

Four dorm parents staff every dorm. The dean of students oversees the residential program, and works closely with all dorm parents, the student activities director, and Health and Counseling Services. It is a goal of the Office of School Life to support a healthy and rich living experience for boarding students, helping their stay to be comfortable and as family-style as possible.


School / Office Address: New Hampton, 70 Main Street
Bethlehem
New Hampshire
USA
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Directions / Instructions:

From Boston
The distance from Boston to New Hampton is 100 miles.

Follow Interstate 93 North to Exit 23 (New Hampton, NH). Turn left off the exit ramp onto Route 104 West. Proceed for one mile to the blinking light. Turn left at the light into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From the East
Portland, ME, is just under 100 miles from NHS.

Take Route 25 West to Meredith, NH. At the lights in Meredith, turn left onto Route 3 South. Proceed about a mile to the intersection of Route 104. Bear right onto Route 104 and follow Route 104 West for eleven miles. You will pass under Interstate 93 in New Hampton. Approximately a mile later, at the blinking light, turn left into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From the Southeast
(Portsmouth, NH/Seacoast area, approximately 75 miles)

Take the Spaulding Turnpike North to Route 4. Go West on Route 4 to Concord. Route 4 turns into I-393 as you approach Concord. Get on Interstate 93 North and get off at Exit 23. The Concord/New Hampton leg of the journey is about fortyn miles long. Turn left off the exit ramp onto Route 104 West. Proceed for one mile to the blinking light. Turn left at the light into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From the Southwest
(Keene, NH; Brattleboro, VT)

Take Route 9 Northeast to Interstate 89 South. In Concord, take I-93 North to exit 23. Turn left at the end of the ramp onto Route 104 West. Proceed for one mile to the blinking light. Turn left at the light into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From the North
Follow Interstate 93 south to Exit 23 and turn right at the end of the ramp onto Route 104 West. Proceed for one mile to the blinking light. Turn left at the light into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From the West
Take Interstate 89 South to Route 11 East. Proceed to Andover, NH, and take Route 4 West to Danbury. Then take Route 104 East through Bristol, past Newfound Regional High School, and over the Pemigewasset River. At the blinking light, turn right into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

From New York City
NHS is just over 300 miles from New York City.

The straightest and fastest route is to take I-95 North to I-91 North in New Haven, CT, to I-84 East in Hartford, CT, to I-90 East in Massachusetts, to I-290 North to I-495 North to I-93 North. Proceed on I-93 North to Exit 23 (New Hampton). Turn left off the exit ramp onto Route 104 West. Proceed for one mile to the blinking light. Turn left at the light into the village of New Hampton. You are now on Main Street (also State Route 132). Proceed just over two-tenths of a mile and you will see the main entrance to the school on your left.

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