"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."
In the face of a crisis, or crises, it is important to lean into what one does well. That is exactly what we did for our academic program. We leaned into immersive student-driven inquiry, student care, and student agency. We leaned into compassion and engagement.
The White Mountain School (Bethlehem, NH) and All Saints' Episcopal Church (Littleton, NH) are pleased to announce the joint hiring of Kathy Boss, effective July 1, 2020
Several White Mountain alumnae/i currently attending college recently shared how their time at the School prepared them for their first year in higher education.
"We like the history of The White Mountain School—its traditions and mission of inquiry and engagement. The School's small community and the one-on-one relationships the students have with their advisors and others, make it the perfect school for Ryan," says Jody.
"I am so excited about where these ideas will take us, and am proud to be a part of this movement to draw our beautiful school and it’s community closer to the land."
Susan Stout graduated from St. Mary’s in-the-Mountains in 1968. To those who knew her as a student leader at St. Mary’s, it was clear she would have a bright future.
Long-term career choices may not always be at the front of students’ minds. However, the academic and co-curricular offerings available through a White Mountain education will help make students appealing candidates in the future.
On Monday, February 17, 2020, White Mountain hosted its first Winter Open House event in at least five years for prospective students and families with nearly two dozen guests in attendance.
On Friday, February 7, 2020, The White Mountain School proudly welcomed internationally-acclaimed blues musician, Guy Davis, to campus.