There are 354 private schools in New Hampshire, serving 30,489 students.
The average private school tuition is $10,233 for elementary schools and $28,893 for high schools (view national tuition averages).
Minority enrollment is 14% and the student:teacher ratio is 9:1.
All students in Kindergarten through sixth grade have and use computers. In addition to our computer lab, all students in third through sixth grade have a laptop for specific and supervised educational use. Technology is meaningfully integrated in every subject at Saint Benedict Academy.
The Upper School program for 7th-9th grade encompasses all of the disciplines of a traditional education. The approach, however, is thoroughly Montessori.
Cedarcrest Center for Children with Disabilities provides specialized care and education for up to 26 children, birth through age 21, with complex medical and developmental needs. Cedarcrest School serves children who are residents as well as day students who are cared for at home
Proctor is academically challenging, yet supportive. You can always arrange for extra help! Relationships between students and teachers are remarkably informal; (you can address your teacher as "Mike" or Sarah"). This builds natural respect and a sense of mutual support.
New Hampshire Private Schools by County
County# Schools# Students% Minority
1414 Schools1,3251,325 Students8% 8% Minority
1111 Schools1,1131,113 Students1% 1% Minority
2121 Schools1,2711,271 Students14% 14% Minority
88 Schools127127 Students3% 3% Minority
1818 Schools1,3151,315 Students34% 34% Minority
116116 Schools10,37310,373 Students13% 13% Minority
3838 Schools3,5423,542 Students11% 11% Minority
9090 Schools7,0897,089 Students12% 12% Minority
2929 Schools3,4833,483 Students10% 10% Minority
99 Schools850850 Students10% 10% Minority
August 30, 2015
Scandals in private school are bound to raise questions for those of us thinking about sending our children to private school. Regardless of how sensational these scandals may appear, they are actually few and far between.
August 09, 2015
Voucher programs have gained a lot of traction since 1989 when the first voucher program appeared in Milwaukee. We look at how things are playing out in 2015.
July 12, 2015
Many parents tend to dismiss the idea of sending their children to private school without exploring it in depth. We explore this and several more related subjects.