2018 Most Diverse Private High Schools in New HampshireAbout this List

Explore the most diverse private high schools serving your area based on statistics, student and parent reviews, and expert insights. Ranking based on ethnic and gender diversity statistics and student and parent reviews of ethnic, economic, and cultural diversity. Read more on how this ranking was calculated.

  1. Dublin School

    • Private School
    • Dublin, NH
    • 9-12
    • 32
    3 Most Diverse Private High Schools in New Hampshire

    Niche User: The teachers are flexible and willing to support a student who needs it and also challenge those students who need it, as well. Humanities are particularly strong and the students do extremely well in the state writing competition. Also, strong is the Robotics program. There are several off campus enrichment opportunities throughout the year. Students are kind and you will frequently get a greeting from students as they pass through campus. My child is shy and has been welcomed from the first day by an array of students. The school is small and so the students get to know all of the other students in various grades. Sports are mixed in that some are strong (crew and nordic skiing) and others are not that strong (alpine skiing) but the school welcomes non-athletes as quickly as those who love a sports. Non-athletes do not need to fear being an outsider here. Brad Bates, Head of School, has a vision for this school and is working quickly to make improvements in 1) the environmental sustainability of campus (installing solar panels so the school runs entirely off solar power); 2) building improvements; and 3) constant focus on improving teacher and curriculum quality. The school also offers additional academic and executive function support (for an additional fee).
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    • A+
      Overall Niche Grade
    • B+
      Diversity
    • 141 Students
    • 5:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  2. Bishop Brady High School

    • Private School
    • Concord, NH
    • 9-12
    • 83

    High School Junior: Bishop Brady is a community! We are competitive with each other and ourselves but strive to see everyone succeed. The school is a giant family, after all we are the Giants. A perfect time to see our family all together is at playoff sports games; where most of us are decked out in gold and green with faces painted or at dances and homecoming games! However, while students care equally to see all of their peers do well, there have been issues recently with the faculty doing the same. Money is an important thing for schools and especially Brady since it is a private school. However, that should not mean that the principal of that school goes out of his or her way to celebrate the win of a sports team but not even mention the win of the math team (etc.). Another example is a simple "hello" in the morning and I have had a first-hand experience of my principal ignoring my "good morning" to her but immediately giving an eager "good morning" to the star softball player behind me. When that happens, kids lose interest in what they love and they stop doing these great and amazing things.The new school principal at Bishop Brady has exactly that and just one student noticing it is one thing, but when parents and the entire student body in the audience notices it and even murmurs, we are on an entirely new level. The leadership in the school's principal has been the only negative feeling that I have had about Bishop Brady.
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    • B+
      Overall Niche Grade
    • C
      Diversity
    • 322 Students
    • 9:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
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