Alumnae/i Ski Weekend 2018

The participants at this year's Alumnae/i Ski Weekend were greeted with near perfect ski conditions at Cannon Mountain and the following decades were represented: 1950s, 1970s, 1980s, 1990s and 2000s. The winner of this year's race, Julianne Ireland Boissonneault '03 narrowly beat her Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Dr. Gaynelle Henderson ’66

Opening the World and Opening Oneself “Wherever you go becomes a part of you somehow.” -Anita Desai   Making an impact since 1955 Gaynelle Henderson’s passion for travel and her belief in its power to transform is in her blood. In 1955, her parents, Jake and Freddye Henderson, Read More
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Program Mentors

There is so much to discover and explore at White Mountain and we want our students to get the most out of their time here. To that end, we are excited to announce a new initiative. Starting this year, seven White Mountain administrators are serving as Program Mentors and their task is to Read More
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Yalda Mauj ’19 Attends Harvard Model United Nations

Yalda Mauj '19 recently attended the Harvard Model United Nations (HMUN) in Boston. She was one of over 3000 students from all around the world who applied and were accepted to participate in this annual event which challenges the attendees to research and discuss real-world problems Read More
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Poetry Out Loud Competition

Organized by faculty members Becky Beno (Academic Coach) and Jacob Northcutt (English Teacher), the recent Poetry Out Loud competition that was held on campus was a big success! Jacob writes that he was "inspired by the connection the students would build with poetry as well as the Read More
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Choreography and Performance

On a recent evening, the Choreography Class performed their piece called "Andromeda" for the community in the Lovejoy Chapel. Pictured here are the members of the class: Front: Vendy Pospisilova '20, Center: Sophia Mangold '20, Johanna Clement '20, Mariama Lemon '20 and Rosie Bailey '19, Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Ben Cohen ’18

As a Student Ambassador, you are often the first White Mountain student that visitors meet. What do you enjoy about this important role? I really enjoy seeing new faces that are excited to potentially join the wonderful White Mountain community. I also enjoy being the first to meet some of Read More
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Students, staff and faculty spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day engaged in discussions about service for the greater good. The theme of the day was: Service in Action: What Can WE Do? and was inspired by the following quote from Dr. King:  "Life's most urgent question is, what are you Read More
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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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