The Value of Project Block

How does a teacher keep their class engaged and interested during a three hour class on the weekend? Well, on a recent Saturday morning, White Mountain students were calculating velocities of projectiles, acting out a dramatic play while speaking French, debating the pros and cons of net Read More
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On A Mission: Fall Sports Recap

Fall Sports Awards provided a wonderful opportunity to reflect on a season filled with personal growth, team camaraderie, the acquisition of new skills and the beautiful fall weather that all of the teams enjoyed these past few months. Nate Snow, Associate Head of School and Athletic Read More
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White Mountain Hosts Empty Bowls Banquet

Members of the White Mountain community, as well as a number of guests from the local area, came together Friday evening, November 10, for an Empty Bowls Banquet. Empty Bowls events are held all over the world and are part of an international grassroots effort to raise awareness about Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Pyper Williams ’18

Congratulations on being elected Student Body President this year! How are you enjoying this role? I am really enjoying it! I love getting to greet the whole school every morning. I also love facilitating communication between faculty and students. How is your senior year going? Are you Read More
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Robotics Team Places 5th in Competition

Nessa Short '18 and Ana Chambers '19 represented White Mountain in an impressive way this past Saturday at a Robotics competition at Kennet High School in Conway, NH. Nathan Carlson P'20, Director of Technology, coaches the team. He wrote the following recap of the competition and Read More
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College Day 2017

"Awesome", "productive", "clarifying" and "focused" are just some of the words White Mountain students used to describe their experience on College Day. The tasks for each class may have been different, but all students were engaged in laying important groundwork for a future in college. Read More
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Lawrence Alexander Featured in NAES Publication

Lawrence Alexander P'20, Director of College Counseling and Diversity of Diversity & Inclusion, was recently featured in Niches, a donor communication sent out by the National Association of Episcopal Schools. Lawrence wrote about his own personal experience, as well as the experience Read More
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The Importance of Teaching

Tim Breen, Ph.D. P'17, Head of School, shared the following remarks at the recent Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner. The Importance of Teaching A theme this evening is connections – connections among alums, between alums and our School. I would add another set of important connections to the mix. Read More
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Amy Bannon ’14 Speaks at Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner

Amy Bannon '14 was the featured speaker at the Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner. She spoke about the impact of White Mountain on her own life and shared a poem that beautifully illustrates the connection that many people feel to our School.  My name is Amy Bannon and I graduated from White Read More
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Former White Mountain Staff Member Writes Young Adult Novel

You might know Ruth Cook, who led the White Mountain Board of Trustees for seventeen years, from 1991 to 2008. Or you might know Jack Cook, her husband, for whom the annual Jack Cook Sustainability Prize was named. Or you might know their son, Jonathan Cook, who graduated from White Read More
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