Best New Hampshire Religiously Affiliated Private Schools (2021-22)
For the 2021-22 school year, there are 80 religiously affiliated private schools serving 10,142 students in New Hampshire (27% of all schools).
The average tuition cost is $12,739, which is lower than the New Hampshire private school average tuition cost of $19,967.
Heritage Christian School Photo - Heritage Christian School is a private Christian school located in Rindge, NH serving SW NH and north central Mass.
Mount Zion Christian Schools Photo - 2nd and 3rd grade class singing carols to their pen pals at the nursing home
Landry Early Childhood Center at Rivier University Photo - We are proud of our highly qualified teachers and low ratios.
St. Benedict Academy Photo - 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.
Jesse Remington High School Photo - Founded in 1990, JRHS is a regional 9-12 Christian high school, featuring both college and career preparatory programs, exemplified in our traditional and project curricula. Our motto, "we are more than conquerors" permeates the spiritual, intellectual, social and aesthetic pursuits of JRHS.
Mount Royal Academy Photo - Mount Royal Academy has been recognized as a Catholic Education Honor Roll School. The national Honor Roll program is directed by the Cardinal Newman Society and has recognized over 300 high-performing Catholic high schools nationwide since the program`s inception in 2004.
Top Ranked New Hampshire Private Schools by Religious Affiliation (2021-22)
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