Top New Hampshire Private High Schools with Special Program Emphasis

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  • For the 2020 school year, there are 4 top private high schools in New Hampshire with a special program emphasis serving 327 students.
  • Special education schools primarily serve specific student groups such as those that may be hard of hearing, deaf, speech impaired, health impaired, orthopedically impaired, cognitive delays/impairments, seriously emotionally disturbed, multi-handicapped, visually handicapped, or deaf and blind.

Top New Hampshire Private High Schools with Special Program Emphasis (2020)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • Wolfeboro Camp School
    Wolfeboro Camp School Photo - Wolfeboro offers an excellent academic program for Middle, Upper, and ESL students. Guided by dedicated and seasoned private school faculty, the Wolfeboro curriculum includes additional emphasis on pre-prep goals, pre-college goals, and intensive ESL courses.
    Special Program Emphasis
    93 Camp School Road
    Wolfeboro, NH 03894
    (603)569-3451

    Grades: 5-12 | 148 students
  • Antrim Girls Shelter
    All-girls | Special Program Emphasis
    55 Main St
    Antrim, NH 03440
    (603)588-3124

    Grades: 8-12 | 8 students
  • High Mowing School
    High Mowing School Photo - The only International Waldorf boarding & day school in North America, High Mowing welcomes students from across the globe. Explore our 300-acre classroom. Become a citizen of the world, a steward of the land with a global perspective. Join us, get connected.
    Special Program Emphasis
    222 Isaac Frye Hwy
    Wilton, NH 03086
    (603)654-9408

    Grades: 9-12 | 115 students
  • New England Classical Academy
    Special Program Emphasis
    59 Old Church Road
    Claremont, NH 03743
    (603)543-3400

    Grades: K-12 | 56 students
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