About Us

Educating children to become caring, capable citizens and lifelong learners in a global community.

Plymouth Elementary School is one of seven SAU 48 schools committed to providing an education that fosters productive individuals and recognizes student differences. Embodied in this commitment is the responsibility to provide an educational environment that offers opportunities for all students, including those with disabilities or with particular strengths. This environment should also stimulate students’ personal growth and encourage their contributions to the community.

Plymouth Elementary School has just over 400 students enrolled in Kindergarten to Eighth grade. There are between 30 and 55 students in each grade broken into either 2 or 3 homerooms. We have a robust Unified Arts program including: Art, Music, Physical Education, Spanish, STEM, Digital Learning and Health. In addition, there is a strong Special Education department and a full-time Reading and Writing Specialist.

Town of Plymouth

Plymouth is located at the convergence of the Pemigewasset and Baker rivers, just south of the White Mountain National Forest in New Hampshire. The population was 6,990 at the 2010 census.

Plymouth is the center for commerce and services for the local economy. The region offers a wide variety of outdoor activities throughout the year and is rich with impressive cultural sites and dramatic natural beauty.

Driving Directions

From I-93, take exit 25 to NH-175 toward Holderness Road/Plymouth.

Turn right onto NH-175A. Proceed 0.4 miles.

At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Main Street. Proceed 0.2 miles.

Turn right onto Highland Street. Proceed 0.9 miles.

Turn right onto Old Ward Bridge Rd. Plymouth Elementary School is the first entrance on the left at the bottom of the hill.