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Academics

Description of Department/Program:

Dublin School provides a highly structured academic experience, with each student's success as its primary goal. We teach and guide students in major academic skills-reading, writing, listening-and provide a baseline of knowledge in the traditional disciplines of English, history, science, mathematics, foreign languages, and the arts. Varied academic experiences using traditional and progressive pedagogies challenge all types of learners and provide opportunities for all students to create a sense of connection between their lives and their course work. The excitement of the discovery of the relevance of learning is a major academic focus at Dublin.

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Academics Director

Name: Dan Finnegan

Email: [email protected]

Fax: (603) 563-7121

Phone: (603) 563-8584 ext. 298

Title: Academic Dean

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Faculty

Average faculty tenure:

Full Time: 38

Number that reside on campus: 20

Number of minority faculty: 0

Percent with Doctorate: 0

Percentage of faculty members who serve as student advisors: 80

Percent with Masters: 65

Part Time: 3

Student/Faculty ratio: 1/5

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General Information

Accrediting agencies for school:

Dublin School is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and approved by the state of New Hampshire. It is a memeber of the National Association of Independent Schools, the Independent Schools Association of Northern New England, the National Association of College Admission Counselors, the Secondary School Admission Test Board, the Small Boarding School Association, and the Network of Complimentary Schools.

A.P. Courses Offered:

Biology

Calculus

US History

Average Class Size: 5-12

Courses Offered:

Algebra

American History

American Literature

Anatomy

Art

Biology

Calculus

Ceramics

Chemistry

Choir

Chorus

Community Service

Computer Graphics

Dance

Drafting

Electives

English

English as a Second Language

Equestrian Sports

European History

Existentialism

Film Studies

Fine Arts

French

Geometry

History

Humanities

Latin

Marine Biology

Mathematics

Music

Music Composition

Music Theory

Philosophy

Photography

Physical Education

Physics

Pre-calculus

Psychology

Religion

Science

Spanish

Statistics

Studio Art

Study Skills

Trigonometry

World History

Credits (# required to graduate): 20.3

Extra Help Available: Yes

Independent Study Offered: Yes

Number of courses per semester/term: 5

Number of non-credit requirements:

Arts (# of years/credits): 2 Credits

English (# of years/credits): 4 Credits

Foreign Language (# of years/credits): 2 Credits

History (# of years/credits): 3 Credits

Math (# of years/credits): 3 Credits

Other:

Physical Education (# of years/credits):

Science (# of years/credits): 3 credits

School day begins: 8:00

School day ends: 2:35

Special Departmental Offerings:

Supervised School Evening Study Hall: Yes

Supervised School Day Study Hall (Time): Lab Block study hall can be required students not meeting academic requirements

Supervised School Study Hall: No Response

Type of Academic Calendar: Trimester

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Academic Support

Academic support programs offered: Yes

Additional Cost for Academic Support: Yes

Academic Support Program meets: Other (Three or Five Times Weekly)

Academic Support Contact

Name: Katrina Maloney

Email: [email protected]

Fax: (603) 563-7121

Phone: (603) 563-8584 ext. 236

Title: Director of Learning Skills Program

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College Placement Office

Average SAT I Scores (Math):

Average SAT I Scores (Verbal):

College Placement counseling offered: Yes

15 most popular schools from the past four years:

Boston College, Roanoke College, Rochester Institute of Technology, Savanah School of Art & Design, Northeastern Universtiy, Universtiy of New Hampshire, University of Vermont, James Madison, Wellesley College, Rutgers University, Hamilton College, Hofstra University, Williams College, Curry College, Vassar College

Percentage of graduates who attend college: 98

Total scholarships awarded to graduating seniors: Varies

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Library

Additional resources:

12,000 volume collection, EBScohost system

Annual Acquisition Budget ($ amount): $4,500

Number of video/audio titles: 250

CD-ROM available: Yes

Computers in Library: Yes

Internet Access in library: Yes

On-line bibliographic services: Yes

Interlibrary Loan available: Yes

Microfilm available: No

Number of Periodical Subscriptions: 33 periodicals, 4 newspapers

Number of Volumes: N/A

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Special Programs

Description of the program(s):

Learning Skills Program, Evening Assisted Study English as a Second Language

Are study away programs offered: Yes



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