The Future of Schools: Reclaiming What Matters

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On Tuesday, October 30th, The White Mountain School joined Tilton School and Julie Wilson from the Institute for the Future of Learning, at Boston Public Library to present on and inspire relevant conversation about The Future of Schools.  Julie Wilson is the author of the best-selling Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Nathaniel Clement ’20

As a Student Ambassador, you are often the first White Mountain student that visitors meet. What do you enjoy about this important role? What I enjoy most about being a Student Ambassador is being able to meet prospective students that are interested in joining our community. I love Read More
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Alumnae/i Weekend

As the crisp winds and bright colors of autumn filled the air, over 40 Alumnae/i gathered at The White Mountain School to celebrate reunions and great friendships. “It was really cool coming back. The School looked familiar on the outside, but there have been so many changes on the Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Sam Madeira ’01

Sam Madeira’s ‘01 journey to becoming a licensed Naturopathic Doctor with a thriving practice in Seattle, WA. Sam Madeira, ND, BSc. ‘01 can trace his initial interest in health and wellness to a combination of his love of science, his connection with the natural world, and some Read More
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The Backcountry Sisters Hit the Trails

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The No Man's Land Film Festival is an adventure film festival based out of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado that meets a need and desire to highlight and connect individuals who identify as women. The goal of this festival is to connect like-minded individuals who are action-oriented, wish Read More
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The Impact of Dance at White Mountain

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Since the mid-1950s, dance and the performing arts have played an influential role in the development of White Mountain students. Today, Director of Dance, Dinah Gray, believes in dance as a vehicle for student success and wholistic growth. The White Mountain School hosts a professional Read More
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Lakes Region Students of Color Conference

This year, Jaylynn Alexander '20, organized a group of students from The White Mountain School to attend the Students of Color Conference hosted by Holderness School on September 29. Jaylynn is the Vice President of Student Council and a Student Ambassador at White Mountain. Twenty-one Read More
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The Value of Field Course

Is the classroom the only place in which to learn? We don’t think so. Field Courses at The White Mountain School demonstrate our commitment to learning outside the classroom. Students at White Mountain immerse themselves in a week-long, off-campus Field Course each semester. These unique Read More
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Essential Skills and Habits: Project Block

We embrace experiential education. We believe students -- no, humans! - are wired to learn, and we believe that learning is relational. We inspire our students to see learning opportunities everywhere, not just within a four-walled classroom, and we do this through our commitment and focus Read More
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