New Hampshire Blue Ribbon Public Schools

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  • There are 21 blue ribbon public schools in New Hampshire, serving 6,525 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 9% of the student body (majority Asian), which is less than the New Hampshire state average of 13%.
  • 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
  • NashuaAcademy For Science And Design Charter (m)Charter School
    486 Amherst Street
    NashuaNH 03063
    (603)595-4705

    346 students
    Year: 2017
  • BathBath Village School
    Po Box 141
    BathNH 03740
    (603)747-2004

    67 students
    Year: 2010
  • BelmontBelmont Middle School
    38 School St.
    BelmontNH 03220
    (603)267-9220

    369 students
    Year: 2017
  • CanaanCanaan Elementary School
    Po Box 18
    CanaanNH 03741
    (603)523-4312

    301 students
    Year: 2015
  • CanterburyCanterbury Elementary School
    15 Baptist Rd.
    CanterburyNH 03224
    (603)783-9944

    116 students
    Year: 2012
  • ChichesterChichester Central School
    219 Main St.
    ChichesterNH 03258
    (603)798-5651

    225 students
    Year: 2014
  • Gilmanton Iron WorksGilmanton Elementary School
    1386 Nh Rte. 140
    Gilmanton Iron WorksNH 03837
    (603)364-5681

    403 students
    Year: 2015
  • HamptonHampton Centre School
    53 Winnacunnet Rd.
    HamptonNH 03842
    (603)926-8706

    349 students
    Year: 2014
  • HollisHollis Primary School
    36 Silver Lake Rd.
    HollisNH 03049
    (603)465-2260

    353 students
    Year: 2013
  • HollisHollis-brookline High School
    24 Cavalier Ct.
    HollisNH 03049
    (603)465-2269

    830 students
    Year: 2010
  • ContoocookHopkinton High School
    297 Park Ave.
    ContoocookNH 03229
    (603)746-4167

    268 students
    Year: 2005
  • LincolnLin-wood Public School (high)
    Po Box 97
    LincolnNH 03251
    (603)745-2214

    106 students
    Year: 2013
  • BedfordMemorial School
    55 Old Bedford Rd.
    BedfordNH 03110
    (603)627-1776

    438 students
    Year: 2012
  • NewfieldsNewfields Elementary School
    9 Piscassic Rd.
    NewfieldsNH 03856
    (603)772-5555

    135 students
    Year: 2013
  • North HamptonNorth Hampton School
    201 Atlantic Ave.
    North HamptonNH 03862
    (603)964-5501

    434 students
    Year: 2004
  • NewportRichards Elementary School
    21 School St.
    NewportNH 03773
    (603)863-3710

    331 students
    Year: 2004
  • BedfordRiddle Brook School
    230 New Boston Rd.
    BedfordNH 03110
    (603)471-1082

    501 students
    Year: 2017
  • SandownSandown North Elementary School
    23 Stagecoach Rd.
    SandownNH 03873
    (603)887-8505

    269 students
    Year: 2011
  • ThorntonThornton Central School
    1886 Nh Rte. 175
    ThorntonNH 03285
    (603)726-8904

    215 students
    Year: 2014
  • Center TuftonboroTuftonboro Central School
    Po Box 118
    Center TuftonboroNH 03816
    (603)569-2050

    118 students
    Year: 2004
  • RochesterWilliam Allen School
    23 Granite St.
    RochesterNH 03867
    (603)332-2280

    351 students
    Year: 2005
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