Longview School completes testing for lead in drinking water

In a letter addressed to Parents and Guardians, the Longview School recently reported it had completed testing for lead in drinking water. This is part of an ongoing effort related to New Hampshire state law RSA 485:17-a, which requires school and child care facilities to test for lead in drinking water and to act when lead is found at levels at or above 5 parts per billion (ppb). Read more »

Longview School Adds Middle School Program and Staff to Bring Education and Adventure-Based Counseling to Younger Students

Deerfield, N.H. (July 8, 2024) – Longview School, a private, adventure-based school for students who benefit from wilderness and adventure-based counseling, is extending its programs to seventh and eighth-grade students beginning with the 2024/25 school year. Currently, the school serves 21 high school students at its 154-acre campus bordering Pawtuckaway State Park in Deerfield, New… Read More »

Longview Students Embark on Winter Expedition

For Longview’s students and staff, it is a time for adventure, excitement and overcoming challenges. This group was prepared and bundled up for the cold temperatures February 8 through the 10 and ready to embark on an unforgettable Winter Expedition trip. Read more »