Hope is in the air. Spring is here, and a new life will grow, rich with color, tradition, memory, community, and ritual remade for this time and this place. Our job now is to continue to nurture the love and life that comes after winter.
How do we inspire our community to actively engage in the conversations, to think critically about the inequities and injustices in this nation, and—as the powerful Dena Simmons puts it—to “engage in vigilant self-awareness”?
I invite you in this season of lengthening days, as the rapids and icy waters of COVID-19 stretch out before us to find ways to go deep, to find places where the water is calmer, the ice smoother. Before you know it, we will be up the river and ready to fly, and there will be a whole new Read More
In the last six months as chaplain at White Mountain, I have witnessed something that, I believe, sets this school apart—a willingness to tend to the mending, to pay attention, and respond with calm, compassion, communication, and, yes, love.
"Our community leads with being gracious, and I believe that this is a more gentle high school experience in terms of judgment and rigid student cliques that exclude others."
"It is my enduring hope and intention that students see no separation between doing 'work' for school and doing 'work' for justice ... They will know it is about their duty and desire to be curious, courageous, and compassionate, both for themselves and for the humanity of all."
"Because White Mountain is rooted in Episcopal heritage, there is a commitment to openness, inclusion, and drawing on a multitude of resources across many faith and spiritual traditions."
On Friday, February 7, 2020, The White Mountain School proudly welcomed internationally-acclaimed blues musician, Guy Davis, to campus.
The White Mountain School's annual Cultural Event Series kicked off on Nov. 15 with a lively and interactive performance by the award-winning group, New Inca Son, who performed music and dance of the Peruvian Andes.
For over two decades, Community Service Day at White Mountain has served as an annual way for students to learn more about charities, nonprofits, and civic organizations throughout the North Country by working directly with them in small groups.