18 Lehmann Way, PO Box 522, Dublin, NH 03444
Paul Lehmann founded this successful school with his wife, Nancy. Girls were admitted on a day basis in 1969, and the girls' boarding division (opened in 1970) has firmly established coeducation for the school. The traditional college preparatory curriculum seeks to develop academic skills, artistic talents and athletic abilities. Faculty and students work together in small classes that facilitate individualized instruction. The curriculum comprises a distributed core of required courses, as well as electives in the disciplines of English, foreign language, math, science, art and history. Advanced courses and independent study options enrich the program, and qualified pupils may pursue an honors-level diploma. Seniors may arrange independent internships or design a yearlong interdisciplinary course on a topic of personal interest. Dublin also conducts individualized learning skills and evening study programs for students who are intellectually capable but whose academic achievement has not yet matched their ability level. These programs may include boys and girls with diagnosed learning differences or those in need of organizational assistance. Each program represents a structured support system for the mainstream Dublin curriculum, not an alternative curriculum. All students participate in the athletic program, which includes both interscholastic and recreational sports. Boys and girls must perform 10 hours of community service annually, and participation a campuswide jobs program is also compulsory. The school schedules frequent on- and off-campus weekend events.
- Learning Disability Focus
|Academic Orientation||College Preparatory, Learning Differences|
|Grade Range||Boarding and Day — Coed Grades 9-12|
|Coed, Boys, or Girls||Coed|
|Full Address||18 Lehmann Way, PO Box 522, Dublin, NH 03444|
|Administrator||Bradford D. Bates|