Essential Skills and Habits: Continuously Building Faculty Expertise

Teachers teaching teachers! There is no better form of professional development and that is exactly what we are doing. Twice a month, teachers meet in small interdisciplinary teams to workshop one another’s curriculum. What catalyzed this commitment to have faculty give up one free Read More
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Orientation Trips: Building Community

On Monday, September 3, twelve Orientation Trips piled into the White Mountain buses and caravans to embark on three-day adventures all over Northern New Hampshire. Orientation serves as a way to introduce students to The White Mountain School experience, while breaking the ice and making Read More
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Essential Skills and Habits: An Addition, not a Change

Yesterday in the middle of a busy opening day– between setting up dorm rooms, finalizing schedules, meeting advisors and dorm parents, and getting ready for three days of orientation trips — families came to learn more about the academic program at White Mountain. Because not everyone Read More
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Student Summer Plans: Taggart Cole ’20

Taggart Cole started climbing when he was three years old at Carter Rock in Maryland. Growing up, he spent time visiting relatives in the foothills of the Wind River Range of Wyoming where he became an avid rock climber. Learn more about how White Mountain has impacted Taggart’s climbing Read More
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Student Summer Plans: Jaylynn Alexander ’20

Jaylynn Alexander ‘20, Student Ambassador and Vice President of Student Council, discussed how she spent her summer traveling far and wide to visit four colleges and explore areas of the country she has never visited before.  While in California she toured Pepperdine University, Read More
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Inquiry, Innovation and Impact Lab

Construction is well underway in the creation of White Mountain’s Inquiry, Innovation and Impact Lab and Associate Head of School for Teaching and Learning, Mike Peller is excited to see what great ideas this lab will inspire students and faculty to pursue this fall! “The Inquiry, Read More
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White Mountain Welcomes Tom and Ann Reid

We are thrilled to welcome Interim Head of School, Tom Reid and his wife Ann to The White Mountain School community. On July 1, they arrived on campus to get settled in and are looking forward to the beginning of the academic year. In the meantime, they have enjoyed getting to know the Read More
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Summer at White Mountain

This summer we are excited to have the Frost Place Conference on Poetry, Creative Edge Dance Studio, and White Mountain Climbing Camp back to campus. Frost Place Conference on Poetry Each year, White Mountain is thrilled to host the Frost Place Conference on Poetry. During this Read More
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Faculty Summer Plans: Lawrence Alexander

Lawrence Alexander is the Director of College Counseling and Director of Diversity and Inclusion at White Mountain. Lawrence is excited to dedicate a large part of his summer to several leadership conferences throughout the region. Learn more about his summer plans below. What are your Read More
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