Cornish, New Hampshire is a small, culturally diverse community today from its old farming roots, many of which still remain.
Cornish is a well known summer resort of writers and artists, many associated with the renowned Saint Gaudens National Park which is an historic site. Throughout the hills of Cornish and along numerous back roads can be found wonderful homes of a different era which have now been converted for the demands of today's lifestyles. Also, Cornish is the site of the second longest wooden bridge in the United States, and the longest two-span covered bridge in the world.
Cornish has its own elementary school for grades K-8 and high school students may choose from five area high schools.