Concord Private Schools

The following is a list of different private schools operating in Concord:

  • Bishop Brady High School is a Catholic co-educational secondary school with approximately 300 students. Named for the Most Reverend Matthew F. Brady, D.D., Bishop of Manchester, 1945-1959, Bishop Brady High School opened its doors in September 1963. More information:
  • Capital Christian School is a Kindergarten through grade 8 school founded in 2007 by the Concord, New Hampshire, Seventh-Day Adventist Church. More information:
  • Concord Christian Academy was founded in 1974 and is an independent pre-Kindergarten through grade 12 Christian day school offering a comprehensive college preparatory program. More information:
  • Parker Academy, established in 1986, serves the educational needs of families. Programs include a private day school for middle and high school students, educational planning, 1:1 tutoring, and standardized test preparation. More information:
  • St. John Regional School was founded in 1888, and is a private, Catholic elementary school serving students from pre-Kindergarten through grade 8. More information:
  • St. Paul's School was established in 1856 and serves as a co-educational private prep school of approximately 500 students who come from all over the globe. An Episcopal school, St. Paul's is fully residential, meaning that all faculty and students live on campus. Many historians believe that the first hockey game in the United States was played on St. Paul's Lower Pond in 1883. More information:
  • Shaker Road School was established in 1979 as an early education school. Today, it offers educational programs for approximately 230 students, ranging from infants through students in grade 9. In addition to its traditional education program, the campus facilities also support a summer camp, music programs, 6-hole golf course, extensive playgrounds, swimming pools, nature trails, an ice skating pond, and numerous other resources. More information:
  • Trinity Christian School was founded in 1984 and offers education from pre-school through grade 12 for approximately 250 students. More information: