Q & A
WHAT IS THE APPLICATION PROCESS?
If you are interested in learning more, please call Casey or Sarah at the school to schedule a visit. Visits give us the time to show you the campus, share with you our philosophy and curriculum, learn about your child(ren), and answer any and all of your questions.
HOW MUCH IS SCHOOL TUITION?
Tuition for the 2017-2018 school year is as follows:
Grades 1-6: $12,000
Grades 7-8: $12,300
WHERE DO STUDENTS TYPICALLY GO TO HIGH SCHOOL AFTER MOUNTAIN SHADOWS?
Our graduates leave here well prepared to attend the local public schools or private schools, if that is their choice. Private school placements in the past have included Northfield Mount Hermon, St. Paul's, Cushing Academy, Concord Academy, High Mowing, The Dublin School, Deerfield Academy, Dana Hall, Holderness, The Derryfield School, Thacher School, The White Mountain School, Vermont Academy, Gould Academy, Proctor Academy, The Putney School, Lawrence Academy, and The Winchendon School.
WHAT IS THE TYPICAL CLASS SIZE?
Class sizes usually range from four to ten students.
DO YOU OFFER FINANCIAL AID?
While we do not have a traditional financial aid program, we work with families to come up with a mutually agreeable payment plan and are always open to conversations with regard to a family's particular circumstances.
IS MOUNTAIN SHADOWS AN ACCREDITED SCHOOL?
Yes. Mountain Shadows is a private school accredited by the State of New Hampshire Department of Education.
DO I HAVE TO LIVE IN DUBLIN TO ATTEND MOUNTAIN SHADOWS?
No. Our students travel from all over the Monadnock region, and even beyond, to attend Mountain Shadows. We have had students at our school from Amherst, Alstead, Keene, Marlborough, Rindge, New Ipswich, Francestown, Antrim, Hancock, Peterborough, Dublin, Jaffrey, Temple, Harrisville, Greenville, Mason, Bennington, Lydenborough, Milford, Keene, Chesterfield, and even Ashby, MA