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Welcome to our website.  We are excited that you want to learn more about Dublin School.  Throughout these pages you will find information about all we have to offer…a full range of engaging course offerings, a breadth of clubs, athletics and weekend activities.  We believe that access and opportunity leads to discovery.   And as it will soon become evident, at Dublin you CAN do it all!

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Schoolhouse Rd
Dublin, NH, 03444
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603-563-8584

New England, Private Boarding School, High School

music education, science education, dance education, technology education, math education, history education, film education, english education, learning skills education ESL, English as a Second Language, art education, latin, spanish, mandarin, french

basketball, crew, golf, cross-country, nordic skiing, alpine skiing, downhill skiing, equestrian, lacrosse, mountain biking, sailing, snowboarding, soccer, tennis, dance

 

 

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Independent boarding and day school 9th-12th grade in southern NH. Beautiful New England campus surrounded by lakes and mountains.


News from the Quad and Beyond.

Latest news
5th Annual Erg-a-thon

The Dublin School rowing team kicked off its regular season training with its first big spring event, the 5th Annual Erg-a-thon.

Liquid Gold

Have you seen Mr. Johnson and Mr. Pierpont? Well, they have been camped in the Sugar Shack about 12 hours straight each weekend to fully tap, boil, and pour pure New Hampshire Maple Syrup. They have been greatly assisted by various work gang crews and sugar enthusiasts. The syrup is on sale on line now!

Talking to the Pros

Ms. Bride’s Spanish IV class Skyped with Jake Kheel, Environmental Director of Punta Cana Resort in the Dominican Republic.

The Pine Tree Regional First Robotics Competition

Nerd, in my  vocabulary, has always been a positive affirmation. Throughout most of my life, probably due to my love of reading and overall obsession with education, I self-identified as a nerd with pride.

Revisit Day

We laughed, we cried (happy crying, not sad crying mind you), and we welcomed 35 prospective families to our loving community known as Dublin School.

The Week in Review

A Serving of Moxie
It was a Moxie Weekend complete with a helping of skiing, competitive glow bowling, Kimball Farm ice cream, geocaching in Vermont, and the Monadnock Film Festival. A big “thank you” to Mr. Jackson and his team.

Calling All Runners: Reach the Beach
200 Miles. 24 Hours. Are you tough enough? Ms. Macy introduced Reach the Beach to the Dublin community. Anyone can participate in this life changing event! Last year, we had multiple first time runners in this epic relay of endurance. Interested? Email Ms. Macy.

Grandparents Galore
We welcomed three dozen grandparents to campus last week as part of one of our favorite events of the year: Grandparents’ Day. Positive affirmations filled the air. Thank you so much for making the day one to remember!

2nd Annual Dublin Triathlon
The Dublin School rowing team competed in the 2nd Annual Dublin Triathlon this past Wednesday, marking one of the longest and most varied endurance events that a Dublin student-athlete will compete in over the course of their career at the school. The afternoon started off with a 5000 meter row up in Whitney Gymnasium, where many of the rowers topped their former personal 5K records.

After completing the 5K, the rowers transitioned to a 1.8 mile running segment that took them well past the Harrisville town line, where they eventually reached the next transition point. From here, the rowers jumped onto bikes and traversed a hilly 3.5 mile stretch down Old Harrisville Rd, following it all the way back to the school, where the final Schoolhouse Rd. hill greeted them before the finish line!


Thoughts from the Head of School

Brad's Blog
Confidence

How schools like Dublin help students develop confidence.

February is Here!

Gillespie Hall after a snowstorm.

Bringing Morning Meeting to Robin

Boarding Schools are communities of individuals who, when they join together, create something much more powerful than the individual self.

Mandela's Lessons

How I went from the wrong side of history to learning the lessons of Mandela's life.

Constructive Criticism

Delivering construction criticism.