Category Archives: Academics

Spotlight: Now Is the Time.

The Campaign for White Mountain

There has never been a time like this one in our School’s history. The White Mountain School is a vibrant community of students, staff and faculty - all of whom are dedicated to growth through inquiry-led learning and engagement. Our momentum is strong - Now Is the Time to invest in Read More
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Fun in the Sun – White Mountain Beach Day!

Connecting with nature, laughs with friends and moments of relaxation and fun can be just as crucial to academic success as hitting the books. It's another reason that makes #TheWhiteMountainSchool's annual surprise #BeachDay an essential part of our students' experience. You can see some Read More
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The White Mountain School Inducts New Members to National Honor Society

Thirteen students at The White Mountain School are new members of its chapter of the National Honor Society (NHS). The School’s NHS chapter inducted one senior, eight juniors, and four sophomores at a special ceremony held in Lovejoy Chapel during 2019’s Spring Family Weekend. The Read More
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Sustainable Communities Day: Putting Earth Day Principles Into Practice

Expanding on their daily practice of good ecological citizenship, The White Mountain School community marked Earth Day 2019 with a day-long program of workshops, expert discussions and films about humanity’s relationship with the Earth. Sustainable Communities Day 2019 highlighted Read More

White Mountain Robotics Team Puts STEM Into Action

Northern Horizons robotics team at The White Mountain School had an amazing season full of multi-disciplinary exploration, triumphs and the joy of teamwork. Based in the School’s Inquiry, Innovation and Impact Lab (I-LAB), Northern Horizons works alongside other students who are pursuing Read More

Field Course Highlight: Giving Back Through Service & Community Development

Twice a year, The White Mountain School offers its students a variety of opportunities to gain mastery of topics that are best learned out of a classroom setting during week-long Field Courses. Each of these immersive experiences allows an in-depth, academic exploration of a specific Read More

Student Summer Plans: Taggart Cole ’20

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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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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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Student Ambassador Profile: EJ Rimerman ’19

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 love this school and I think that this community is totally unique. Throughout my three years here, I’ve led tours for over 40 families, and Read More
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