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History Of School

Dublin School was founded by Paul and Nancy Lehmann in 1935 as a traditional college preparatory school. Since that time, the School has devoted itself to educating the minds and nuturing the spirits, while supporting the individuality of each student. In the process, we encourage the young men and women of Dublin to be aware of, and sensitive to, the world they will soon inherit.

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- Director of Admission

- Head of School

General Information

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- Geographic Distribution

- Number of students per grade

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General Contact Information

Dublin School

Address1: Box 522

Address2: 18 Lehmann Way

City: Dublin

State: New Hampshire

Postal Code: 03444

Country: USA

Main Phone: 603-563-8584

Main Fax: (603) 563-7121

School Email Address: [email protected]

Web Site:

Admissions Office Information

Fax: (603) 563-8671

Email: [email protected]

Phone: (603) 563-8584 ext. 235

Director of Admission

Name: Sheila Bogan

Title: Director of Admission

Head of School

Name: Christopher R. Horgan

Title: Head of School

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General Information

Boarding School or Day School: Boarding/Day

Campus Size (Acres): 345

Dress Code: Semi-formal

Endowment: 2.5 Million

Founded: 1935

Professional Affiliations:




Other (SBSA)

Religious Affiliation: Nonsectarian

School Environment:

Our purpose as a learning community where boarding students, day students, and adults are all involved, is to foster those values, attitudes,and skills that will enable you to make a positive difference in the world and be a self-directed, lifelong learner. Academics are challenging, athletics are strenuous, and the demands of living together in a close-knit community are rigorous. You should come to Dublin expecting to participate in a diverse community committed to the positive growth of its students.

School Setting: rural

School Setting Description:

Dublin School is set admist a mountain backdrop in the heart of the Monadnock Region in Southwestern New Hampshire, 1 3/4 hours from Boston and 4 hours from New York City. The village of Dublin, largely residential, has about 1,476 year-round residents. The Monadnock Region is rich in artistic, cultural, and intellectual activities. Dublin Lake is within walking distance of campus and is available for canoeing, swimming, crew, and sailing. Mount Monadnock, the second most frequently climbed mountain in the world, is accessible and explored by the Dublin community throughout the year.

Program Emphasis:

Boarding School

Day School

School Type: Coed

Grade Level:


No. of Boarding Students: 98

No. of Boys: 81

No. of Day Students: 48

No. of Girls: 65

Percentage Boys/Girls 55/45

Ratio Boys/Girls 1.3/1

Total Enrollment: 0-150

Geographic Distribution






United States:




Dist. of Columbia





New Hampshire

New Jersey

New York

North Carolina


Rhode Island



Majority of students come from: Northeast

Number of students per grade



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Grade 9: 31

Grade 10: 36

Grade 11: 43

Grade 12: 36

Post Graduate:



Nearest Airport: Manchester


Nearest Bus Station: Keene


Nearest Major City: Boston

Taxi Service: Thomas Transportation

Phone: 1(800) 526-8143

School provides transportation services to airport/bus station at the beginning/end of vacations: Yes

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School Campus & Facilities

Number of School Buildings: 20


School makes computers available in:


Computer Center


Other (Language Lab)

Is the school networked? Yes

Is each student assigned an e-mail address? Yes

Internet Access: Yes

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