White Mountain Welcomes Dinah Gray as Director of Dance

We are thrilled to welcome Dinah Gray who will assume her role as Director of Dance for White Mountain and the Creative Edge Dance Studio this summer. Dinah brings 20 years of dance experience as a teacher, choreographer, and performer.  She has danced professionally, taught in an Read More
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Senior Dessert: A Lasting Tradition

White Mountain seniors have a lot of important and meaningful events to look forward to each spring. One of these is Senior Dessert, an event that the Class of 2018 enjoyed on April 16. It is a White Mountain tradition that has been around for nearly three decades and one that seniors Read More
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White Mountain Students Attend Model UN

A dedicated group of eight White Mountain students spent a recent weekend participating in a Model UN event at nearby Plymouth State University. Two of the students, Arli Moyao-Ramirez '21 and Fatimata Cham '19, had approached History Department Chair Hiapo Emmons-Shaw about their interest Read More
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Chutter’s Featured on NHPR

Chutter's, a local candy store and favorite weekend destination of White Mountain students, was recently featured on New Hampshire Public Radio's (NHPR) popular show Morning Edition as part of their Radio Field Trips series. Chutter's is owned by White Mountain parents Jim Alden P'18, who Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Jaylynn Alexander ’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 is that I get to interact with families, prospective students and visitors through direct dialogue, shared experiences and their Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Toby Gadd ’88

Imagine stepping into an urban chic, brick interior, cafe style room. Groups of friends are clustered around tables sipping hot chocolate and engaged in relaxed conversation with the “shhhhzzzt” of the milk steamer in the background. Others are standing at the display case, selecting Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Amy Bannon ’14

“I vividly remember the morning reading that opened the door for me to chase opportunities within the world of adaptive sports.” Amy Bannon ‘14 was impacted by White Mountain in a number of meaningful ways, but the moment she describes here is the one that really set her on the Read More
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Fatimata Cham ’19 Visits the United Nations

Fatimata Cham '19 was recently invited to attend the 2018 Winter Youth Assembly at the United Nations which was organized by the Friendship Ambassadors Foundation. Fatimata is from The Bronx, NY and was invited to this event because of the work she has done for the past two years with The Read More
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Rachel Van Wylen’s work featured at WREN

As the Art Department Chair and teacher of ceramics and studio art, Rachel Van Wylen spends her days helping White Mountain students learn how to create art;  she is also an accomplished artist in her own right. Rachel graduated from Gordon College with a B.A. in Art and English Language Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Corrine McGrath ’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 enjoy the positivity of this role and the opportunity to welcome new people and show them around the school. That’s definitely my favorite part, the Read More
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