Nestled on a beautiful 1,800-acre campus near New Hampshire’s breathtaking Presidential Mountain Range, Oliverian utilizes its natural surroundings to provide a progressive and challenging experiential education program. Students live in small converted farmhouses with caring and committed dormitory parents. Our farmhouse-style dormitories, each of which house only a small group of students, allow us to maintain a “homey,” family-like feel on our campus. In addition to the dormitories, we have an academic building and dining hall; a meeting house; a student center that includes a library, student lounge, snack bar, and exercise/game room; an art and music building; an outdoor classroom; a horsemanship center; an admissions building; and an adventure building. Our sprawling campus also includes horseback riding, cross-country skiing, hiking, and mountain biking trails. The Oliverian Brook meanders through the campus and is used for fishing, swimming, and science class projects. We take full advantage of the extensive resources offered by our natural setting in our academic, stewardship, and adventure programming.
The Oliverian School is located within easy driving distance of a wide range of New England towns and resources. Weekend trips for students include activities such as dinner and a movie in Hanover, New Hampshire, exploring Burlington, Vermont, attending a hockey game at Dartmouth, skiing/snowboarding at Cannon Mountain, hiking the White Mountains, or exploring the history Boston, Massachusetts.