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Student Spotlight: Johanna ’20

Johanna Clement ‘20, a four-year senior from Cohoes, NY, had a profound and life-changing immersive learning experience this past summer. She recently sat down with us to share details and her reflections on the experience. Q: How did you spend your summer and why?  J: I was fortunate Read More
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Campaign Celebration

Parents, alumnae/i, trustees, and friends of The White Mountain School gathered at the Boston Museum of Science on September 19 to celebrate the success of Now is the Time. The Campaign for White Mountain in support of White Mountain’s strategic plan: Our Vision for the Future. Guests Read More
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Colonial Theatre Event

By: Leah Boch, Faculty On September 13, after our first full week of classes, 27 students loaded onto two busses to make the short trip down the road to the beautiful and historic Colonial Theater in downtown Bethlehem to watch the Women's Adventure Film Tour which features some of the Read More
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Frost Seminar

The White Mountain School has a longstanding connection with one of the world’s beloved poets, Robert Frost. From his days as a visiting poet on our campus to hosting the annual Frost Place summer programs, his presence and the landscape that inspired his poetry is still very much a part Read More
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Orientation Trips 2019

  Students left White Mountain on  Orientation Trips on Monday, September 1 for three-day adventures all over Northern New Hampshire.  They took to the woods, waterways and rock faces for three days, returning for Sign The Book on the evening of Wednesday, September 4.  All went Read More
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Spotlight: Interview with James O’Connor

James O’Connor, a former White Mountain student recently contacted the Alumnae/i office to share a wonderful job opportunity for White Mountain alumnae/i. For the past two years, he has been guiding at YMCA Camp Menogyn in Grand Marais, Minnesota. At Menogyn they offer six-day to 50-day Read More
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Enrichment and Engagement: Summer Reading at The White Mountain School

For decades, schools have been assigning work to be done over the summer so that students can get ahead and start the school year with some momentum. I get it as a former teacher - students have between 10-12 weeks of summer! Can’t they crack open a textbook or do some academic work Read More
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Student Summer Spotlight: Fatimata Cham ’19

News12 in the Bronx, NY, recently captured the inspiring story of our very own, Fatimata Cham '19.  Watch the video and read more here. Fatimata '19, a four-year student, will leave behind an indelible legacy at The White Mountain School. A founding member of our Girl Up club, an Read More
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Faculty Summer Spotlight: Leah Boch, World Languages Department Chair

For Leah Boch, summer means two things: the culmination of months of dedicated endurance training and five weeks in Spain. A Spanish teacher at The White Mountain School and an avid endurance athlete, Leah is intentional about carving out time in the summer to embrace experiences that are Read More
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