Dublin School Dublin, New Hampshire.
What sets Dublin apart from the other boarding schools is its intentionally small size. Dublin’s small community equals growth and discovery for it’s students. The right mix of students and faculty give this campus an energy and sense of support that can only happen in a small school.
Tour Guide quote of the visit: “It’s [Dublin] like a BIG family.”
Beyond the classroom, whether you are a lacrosse player, painter, Nordic skier, or dancer, Dublin gives you the opportunity to excel, while at the same time encouraging you to try something new. You might discover that you can be a good soccer or tennis player or take up crew or sailing and find out that you have the hidden talent in visual or performing arts.
Dublin sees its students grow through a continual stretching of their growth and responsibilities. As freshman, Dublin students have community; as sophomores, they have growth; as juniors, they have balance; and, as seniors, they have leadership. Everyone moves out of their comfort zone and tries something new every day.
The Fountain Arts Building, Horgan Art Studio, new dormitory, new ski slope, and miles of Nordic trails are the latest physical plant additions.
Dublin’s opportunities combined with long standing traditions- camping trips, Morning Meeting, Winterfest, Mountain Day and May Fair as well as an array of clubs, project-based learning, technology, music, visual & performing arts to robotics, make this an outstanding option for a student who wants to gain knowledge and develop a passion and a love for learning.
With outstanding guidance from the faculty, Dublin students will become men and women who seek truth and act with courage.