New Hampshire Blue Ribbon Public Schools

All Schools
(13)
High Schools
(3)
Elementary
(10)
Pre-K
(4)
There are 13 blue ribbon public schools in New Hampshire, serving 4,106 students.
These schools have been recognized by the Department of Education for achieving superior standards of academic excellence, Read more about this national school awards program and how blue ribbon schools work.
Minority enrollment is 6% of the student body (majority Asian and Hispanic), which is less than the New Hampshire state average of 11%.
The student:teacher ratio of 12:1 is equal to the state average of 12:1.

New Hampshire Blue Ribbon Public Schools

  • School Location Students Year
  • BathHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Bath Village School
    61 Lisbon Rd
    BathNH03740
    (603)747-2004
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    58 students | Year:  2010
  • CanterburyHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Canterbury Elementary School
    15 Baptist Rd
    CanterburyNH03224
    (603)783-9944
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    123 students | Year:  2012
  • HollisHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hollis Primary School
    36 Silver Lake Rd
    HollisNH03049
    (603)465-2260
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    339 students | Year:  2013
  • Hollis
    Honored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hollis-brookline High School
    24 Cavalier Ct.
    HollisNH03049
    (603)465-2269
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    904 students | Year:  2010
  • ContoocookHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Hopkinton High School
    297 Park Ave
    ContoocookNH03229
    (603)746-4167
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    316 students | Year:  2005
  • LincolnHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Lin-wood Public School (high)
    72 Linwood Dr
    LincolnNH03251
    (603)745-2214
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    98 students | Year:  2013
  • BedfordHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Memorial School
    55 Old Bedford Rd
    BedfordNH03110
    (603)627-1776
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    505 students | Year:  2012
  • NewfieldsHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Newfields Elementary School
    9 Piscassic Rd
    NewfieldsNH03856
    (603)772-5555
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    134 students | Year:  2013
  • North HamptonHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award North Hampton School
    201 Atlantic Ave
    North HamptonNH03862
    (603)964-5501
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    468 students | Year:  2004
  • NewportHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Richards Elementary School
    21 School St
    NewportNH03773
    (603)863-3710
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    398 students | Year:  2004
  • SandownHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Sandown North Elementary School
    23 Stagecoach Rd
    SandownNH03873
    (603)887-8505
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    280 students | Year:  2011
  • Ctr. TuftonboroHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award Tuftonboro Central School
    205 Middle Rd
    Ctr. TuftonboroNH03816
    (603)569-2050
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    155 students | Year:  2004
  • RochesterHonored for National Blue Ribbon Award William Allen School
    23 Granite St
    RochesterNH03867
    (603)332-2280
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    328 students | Year:  2005

State Statistics

About This State (NH) (NH) State Statistics Nationwide Statistics
Population (Approximate) 1,285,254 people 304,788,178 people
Age 25+ w/College Degree 35% 25%
Median Household Income $61,375 $46,250
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