Student-Driven Inquiry

Tim Breen Ph.D., P'17, Head of School, and Allison Letourneau, Associate Head of School for Enrollment Management, recently wrote an article about inquiry-based learning for Insights, The Newsletter of the Independent Educational Consultants Association. In the article, they highlight Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Justin Plaskov ’02

An attorney with Lohf, Shaiman, Jacobs, Hyman & Feiger in Denver, Colorado, Justin Plaskov ‘02 works in the employment law department and has won trials in federal, state and county courts. Justin was a key member of the 2015 trial team which obtained a $14,000,000 punitive damages Read More
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Intersectionality and the PoCC

Lawrence Alexander, Director of College Counseling and Director of Diversity & Inclusion, recently attended the NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools) People of Color Conference in Anaheim, CA. On December 12, Lawrence shared some of what he learned and experienced at the Read More
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Evolution of a Gamer: Maggie Lubanko ’09

One of her earliest memories is of falling asleep at bedtime to her father’s voice reading “The Hobbit”.  As she grew, Maggie Lubanko ‘09 became a voracious reader herself, especially of fantasy and science fiction; stories with strong character development that pulled her into Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Djenebou Semega ’19

As a Student Ambassador, you are often the first White Mountain student that visitors meet. What do you enjoy about this important role? As a Student Ambassador, I enjoy the opportunity to speak with prospective students about my real personal experience throughout my years at White Read More
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Contributing and Collaborating

White Mountain administrators and faculty members have participated in a number of professional outreach initiatives this fall. We are proud of our School's strength and grateful for the opportunity to share what we have learned , experienced and created with others in the field. Head of Read More
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Erik Bertelsen Returns to White Mountain

We are thrilled to welcome Erik Bertelsen back to campus! Erik was the Interim Director of College Counseling for the 2015-2016 school year and will be back on campus for the winter term to coach the Girls' Basketball Team and assist with the College Counseling program. Erik brings a Read More
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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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