Belmont High School (New Hampshire)

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Coordinates: 43°26′23″N 71°28′52″W / 43.43972°N 71.48111°W / 43.43972; -71.48111

Belmont High School
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255 Seavey Road
Belmont, New Hampshire, Belknap County 03220
 United States
School type Public
Established 1998
Superintendent Michael Tursi
School code 300035
Principal David Williams
Grades 9–12
Gender CoEd
Age range 14-20
Language English
Hours in school day 6.5
Campus type Rural
Color(s) Red, Black, and White
Athletics Division 3
Mascot Red Raiders
Nickname Belmont Red Raiders
Team name Red Raiders
Tuition Public Education (free)

Belmont High School is a small public high school of 487 students[1] in Belmont, New Hampshire, United States. Along with the town of Canterbury, Belmont is part of the Shaker Regional School District.

They use a Native American for their team mascot, named the "Red Raider," using the colors red and white.[2]

Belmont High School is known for their school spirit and support throughout the greater communities of Belmont and Canterbury.


  1. ^ "About us". Shaker Regional School District. Retrieved Mar 22, 2011. [permanent dead link]
  2. ^ ">New Hampshire>Belmont High School". Retrieved May 15, 2012.