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Getting to KUA

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  • By Car

    FROM HARTFORD, NEW YORK CITY:
    I-91 (north) to Vermont exit 8. Bear right off the interstate. At the second set of lights, turn left onto New Hampshire Route 12A (north). Stay on 12A for 12.1 miles - turn right onto Stage Road. Stay on Stage Road until it intersects Route 120 (6.1 miles). Turn left onto Route 120 (north). Kimball Union (Meriden) is less than a mile on the left. Turn left at the blinking light and proceed up the hill to the first right (before the stone church) Chellis Road. Please park in the spots immediately on your left, and then proceed on foot back down Main Street to the second building on your left - the grey stone Barnes Admissions building.

    FROM BOSTON, PROVIDENCE:
    1-93 (north) to 1-89 (north). 1-89 to exit 18 (Lebanon/Hanover - Dartmouth College). Left off the exit onto Route 120 S into Lebanon. Follow 120 partway around the Green, bearing right to continue south on Route 120 - 8 miles to Meriden. Turn right at the blinking light and proceed up the hill to the first right (before the stone church) Chellis Road. Please park in the spots immediately on your left, and then proceed on foot back down Main Street to the second building on your left - the grey stone Barnes Admissions building.

    FROM THE NORTH:
    1-89 (south) to exit 20. Turn right onto Route 12A. Follow 12A West Lebanon past the shopping district and up a hill. You will pass a gravel manufacturing company on the left and shortly after, see a sign for Kimball Union Academy (on the right), directing you to take a left on True’s Brook Road. Follow this road for about 8 miles where it turns into Main Street in Plainfield/Meriden. Take a left immediately after the large stone church and park in one of the spots on your immediate left and then proceed on foot back down Main Street to the second building on your left - the grey stone Barnes Admissions building.
  • By Plane

    Kimball Union is in convenient proximity to several major airports. Manchester Airport in New Hampshire and Burlington International Airport in Vermont are each 1 hour and 30 minutes from campus. Bradley International Airport in Hartford, Connecticut, and Boston's Logan International Airport are each just over two hours from campus. Lebanon, New Hampshire has a small plane airport providing several daily shuttle flights and is only 20 minutes away.
  • By Train

    Amtrak offers daily service to White River Junction, Vermont on the Vermonter. Service begins in Washington, DC, and runs through New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Taxi service is available at the White River Junction station which is a 20-minute ride from campus.
  • Dartmouth Coach

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    The Dartmouth Coach Service offers residents of the Upper Valley including Dartmouth and Kimball Union students direct, reliable, and safe bus service to several locations.  Students can travel directly to Boston's South Station and Logan Airport and to mid-town Manhattan.

    Sunday Evening Pick-Up:

    On Sundays, we are offering one pick-up from Dartmouth Coach in Lebanon at 7:15 p.m. for your convenience. This is the only ride available and student escrows will be charged $15.00.
  • Driving Times

    From:

    Boston, MA: 
    2 hrs. 15 min.

    Hartford, CT: 
    2 hrs. 45 min.

    New Haven, CT: 
    3 hrs. 45 min.

    New York City: 
    5 hrs.

    Providence, RI: 
    3 hrs. 30 min.

    Springfield, MA: 
    2 hrs. 15min.

    Burlington, VT: 
    1 hr. 30min.

    Montreal, Canada:
    3 hrs.
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Kimball Union Academy

603-469-2000  · 603-469-2040 (fax)  · info@kua.org
Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the country's oldest private boarding high schools. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse and global group of day and boarding students. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire, in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.