Schools in Claremont

Great Public and Private Options

Students in caps and red gowns at Stevens High School graduation.

New Hampshire is known nationwide for its high-quality public schools, and Claremont is no exception. Claremont's public school system is know as School Administrative Unit 6, or SAU 6 for short. SAU 6 is composed of four elementary schools, Claremont Middle SchoolStevens High School, and Sugar River Valley Regional Technical Center.

Claremonters also have access to a number of private schools. A full list of alternative schooling options can be found below. 


Claremont is home to River Valley Community College providing our citizens with access to high-quality education for career advancement, workforce readiness, or lifelong learning opportunities. 

The Greater Claremont Region is also home to two extraordinary colleges - Dartmouth College and Colby-Sawyer College - both of which are about 35 minutes from downtown Claremont.  


Links to information about the public schools and our colleges can be found above. 

Please see the following for information about private schools in the region: 


Did you know?

Stevens High School boasts the oldest active high school  alumni association in the nation!