Frederick “Fritz” Robbins (1893-1974) was an American artist and, for much of his life, a resident of New Hampton, New Hampshire. He was well known for his etched prints and watercolors. His legacy continues at New Hampton School in the Fritz Robbins Scholarship which supports a promising visual arts student. This map of campus was created in 1953 by Robbins.
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Located in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, New Hampton School celebrates its 200-year anniversary in 2021. History, class size, signature programs, school leaders, essential background information is available to begin our conversation.
Academics are the heart of New Hampton School whether pursuing the IB Diploma or seeking Academic Support to meet your needs. There is no limit to the possibilities available to you through exceptional teachers and a robust selection of programs.
New Hampton School’s athletic traditions are strong, whether cultivating elite athletes or learning a new sport and spending time outdoors with friends, our athletic program offers something for every type of athlete and serves as a platform to build lifelong skills and leadership.
ArtsOpportunities in visual and performing arts are plentiful at New Hampton School. From ceramics to animation to film or print-making students can take elective course or pursue the two-year IB arts curriculum.
- Student Life
Student LifeFor both boarding and day students, academics at New Hampton are bolstered by the student life program that ties their whole experience together. Campus houses, meals, advisory and leadership opportunities are just a few of the ways in which the student experience is enriched.