Requirements & Materials

We look forward to getting to know you throughout the admission process

There are several components to your application that allow us to get to know you better. Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact the Admission Office at or 603-677-3401.

Process Requirements

List of 4 items.

  • The Interview

    We request on-campus interviews for all applicants. (If not possible, please call to arrange for an alternate site, video-conference, or phone interview).
    • Interviews take approximately two hours and give applicants an opportunity to see NHS and meet teachers, coaches, and students.
    • Interviews can be scheduled Monday-Friday, and some Saturdays. Please call the Admission Office.
    • If you have a specific request to meet a coach or program director, please let us know when scheduling your interview.
  • Testing

    We require a form of standardized testing from each applicant.
    • For 9th and 10th graders, we request the SSAT placement exam. For SSAT registration, please check the Web site at or call us and we will send you registration materials.
    • For 11th graders through postgraduates, we request the PSAT or SAT. For PSAT/SAT registration, talk directly with your guidance counselor.
    • Note: Registration for some tests may not be possible at later dates. If you are unable to register for the SSAT or PSAT/SAT, please contact us. On a case-by-case basis we will consider applications without this testing. Upon occasion, nationally-normed school testing (CAT, Regents, MCAS, ISEE) or individual educational testing (WISC, WAIS, Woodcock-Johnson) can be substituted.
  • Application

    The Application is an opportunity for you to share your strengths and interests and for us to get to know you. As daunting as completing questions can be, have fun with this part of the process. This is a unique opportunity for you to express "you", and no one can do that better than you!
    • The Application (this includes biographical data as well as the student completed questions)
    • Application Fee ($65 for US applicants, $100 for international applicants)
    • Recommendation forms from your guidance counselor, math, and English teachers
    • A personal recommendation from an employer, coach, family friend, etc. (OPTIONAL)
    • The parent statement
    • Transcripts from your school
    • Components of the application (letters of recommendation, transcript, etc.) can be faxed (603-677-3481) or emailed ( to the Admission Office at New Hampton School.
  • Financial Aid Application

    Parents must complete the online PFS (Parent Financial Statement) on the SSS by NAIS website. For priority consideration applications are due February 1. Designate New Hampton School Code 5308. (Please note that parents residing separately must each complete this form.)
    • Submit to SSS signed copies of Parents' 2016 Federal 1040 and all schedules, as well as all W-2s.
    • Decisions for those who meet the priority deadline will be mailed March 10th.
    • Financial aid awards are contingent upon receipt and review of the required documents (2016 Federal 1040, W-2s, and all other schedules and attachements). This must be done no later than May 15th, 2017

Testing Codes

SSS for Financial Aid - 5308
SSAT - 5308
SAT and ACT - 300440
TOEFL - 8082
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