New Hampshire Public Schools by County

The region, now occupied by New Hampshire, was populated by Amerindians Pennacooks (Algonquins) namely – when the first Europeans – the English navigator Martin Pring, in 1603, and the French Samuel de Champlain, in 1605 – explored the coasts.

In 1620, King Jacques I ER of England granted the region to the News-England Council (ancienne Plymouth Company), and after receiving the title of Maine province, the province in 1629 is named as New Hampshire. Several trade counters were then established, of which Strawbery Banke, today Portsmouth, the state’s only major port.

After proclaiming its independence in 1776, New Hampshire was the ninth of the thirteen founding states to join the Union, on June 21, 1788. The industrial sector, notably textiles, and transport, subsequently benefited rapidly from expansion, causing an important French-Canadian immigration vacancy, attracted by the possibility of finding a job in the shoe and textile industries.

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Urbanization experienced exponential growth in the twentieth century, parallel to the general industrialization movement in the country; however, in the mid-1960s, the shoe industry collapsed, prompting the New Hampshire State economy to progressively recycle and diversify into high-tech (electronics) and tourism industries, particularly favored for two decades and constantly development. In 1990 finally, despite strong opposition from ecologists, the state gave its authorization for the construction of the Seabrook nuclear power plant.

New Hampton School – New Hampton

The New Hampton School is a private school in New Hampton, New Hampshire. The boarding school is currently attended by 325 students in grades 9-12. In addition to American students, students from 30 countries also attend school, but the proportion of international students is still low for boarding school at 26%. The campus is large and beautifully situated. The equipment with the student homes, photography laboratories, theater, art studio, sports fields, a ski and snowboard center and much more leaves nothing to be desired.

The school offers the IB program. Pupils can take courses at a very high level and even get an international degree. Subjects such as visual art, chemistry, biology, English and history can be taken at IB level. The school offers a total of 49 different IB courses, so the selection is very large. For those who are not interested in the IB program, there are of course many interesting subjects to choose from, including sports medicine, agroecology and American literature.

A wide variety is offered to students in the areas of sport and art. These include horse riding or field hockey in autumn, skiing or snowboarding in winter or playing tennis in spring. Students can try school theater or be part of theater production, take part in an animation course (the school works closely with the Walt Disney Film Museum here), take a photography course, or try film production.

The boarding students live in one of 12 different dorms on campus. There are also many common areas where students can spend their time together. Here you can play table football, billiards or table tennis, chat or look for a little peace. Of course, the students are always offered new activities and excursions so that it doesn’t get boring. Sometimes there is a talent show, live bands play, there are hiking excursions, you go to whale watching or to the outlet mall.

New Hampshire is part of the New Zealand States and a great country to spend your year abroad. The state borders Vermont, Massachusetts and Maine. The New England states are known for their very good level of education, so there are also many Ivy League universities here. There are beautiful mountains, lakes, beaches and much more. The campus is located at the foot of the White Mountains and is a dream destination for all outdoor fans.

Universities, scientific institutions in New Hampshire

Plymouth State University
Plymouth State University was founded in 1871 as Plymouth Normal School. In the past, more specifically in 1911, the well-known author Robert Frost taught here and today around 6,500 students study here. The rapidly growing university has a particularly good reputation for its meteorology department, which is one of the best in the eastern United States. But you can also celebrate here. In 2010, the Playboy placed the university in 9th place among the best “party colleges”.


University of New Hampshire at Durham
The state University of New Hampshire was founded in 1866 as the New Hampshire College of Agriculture and the Mechanic Arts. It has had its current name since 1923. Approximately 16,000 students are currently studying at the University of New Hampshire, making it the largest in the state of New Hampshire. The most famous graduate from the University of New Hampshire is certainly the well-known author John Irving. The university also maintains a small branch with around 1,500 students in the city of Manchester, the so-called University of New Hampshire at Manchester.


Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester
The private Southern New Hampshire University in the city of Manchester was founded in 1932 and is now the largest private university in New Hampshire. The university has a very good reputation for the quality of teaching and the number of courses and has been the first CO 2 university in New Hampshire since 2007. There are currently approximately 7,000 students studying at Southern New Hampshire University.


McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in Concord
The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center in the city of Concord is dedicated to the aerospace industry and is based on Christa McAuliffe, who died in the exploding Challenger rocket on her first space mission in 1986, and Alan Shepard, the first American in space. Both were from New Hampshire. The McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center has interactive exhibits, a planetarium, and even a replica of the Mercury-Redstone rocket that the United States used to launch into space.

Contact 2 Institute Drive
Concord, New Hampshire 03301

Public Schools in New Hampshire by County

  • New Hampshire Belknap County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Carroll County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Cheshire County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Coos County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Grafton County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Hillsborough County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Merrimack County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Rockingham County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Strafford County Public Schools
  • New Hampshire Sullivan County Public Schools