Ellen Waterston's '64 love of writing and the literary arts is the common thread in her life.
This fall, The White Mountain School has been privileged to host Julie Joseph, a Boston-based performer, choreographer, and teacher, on campus several times as a guest artist.
The White Mountain School's annual Cultural Event Series kicked off on Nov. 15 with a lively and interactive performance by the award-winning group, New Inca Son, who performed music and dance of the Peruvian Andes.
Over 80 total guests attended The White Mountain School's 2019 Fall Open House, making this White Mountain's most well-attended admissions event to date.
The award-winning group, New Inca Son, will bring to life the rich musical traditions of the Andes in an interactive and lively performance that will have audiences swaying and clapping along.
For over two decades, Community Service Day at White Mountain has served as an annual way for students to learn more about charities, nonprofits, and civic organizations throughout the North Country by working directly with them in small groups.
Susan Parrish Carter '69 shares the history of her mother's gift to St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains.
Carol MacEwan Powers and Valle Patterson, Class of 1969 - celebrating their 50th Reunion - share memories of their time at St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains and Alumnae/i Weekend.
Sharing a common goal, The White Mountain School and the Stone Barns Center for Food And Agriculture recently formalized a partnership based on developing the next generation of environmental leaders with a focus on food and food systems.
White Mountain is currently seeking members of our community to host international students for a few days throughout the 2019-20 academic year.