Alumnae/i Stories: Jeff Brown ’04

How does someone trained in the world of international affairs become an expert in the future of work and artificial intelligence (AI)? Jeff Brown ‘04 first became fascinated with AI during a discussion on the “future of work” in Boston. As a result, Jeff’s current position Read More
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Judah Borges ’20 Delivers a Morning Reading

Every day at White Mountain starts with a Morning Reading in the Lovejoy Chapel where the entire community gathers together. Often times this looks like sharing a story, presenting a recent project or trip, or imparting some kind of lasting wisdom on the student body. While faculty members Read More
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Alumnae/i Stories: Alexia Sampson ’09

Recent Graduate, Alexia Sampson ‘09 discusses the importance of these three pillars of White Mountain’s mission on her career and life in Veterinary Medicine. Lexi Sampson has loved animals for as long as she can remember. At the age of seven, following the death of her beloved family Read More
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Lawrence Alexander Presents at NEAS Conference

The National Association of Episcopal Schools (NEAS) hosted their biennial conference in Atlanta, GA this year. The focus was on social justice and the theme was “Learn to do right, seek justice, defend the oppressed.” These words are taken from scripture, Isaiah 1:17. The conference Read More
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WMS Hosts 17th Annual USAC Bouldering Competition

Every year, The White Mountain School hosts an official USAC Bouldering Competition as part of a local New England circuit. Competitors who register for this event can move on to compete in the Regional Competition if they participate in two local competitions, ours among them. On Read More
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The Future of Schools: Reclaiming What Matters

On Tuesday, October 30, The White Mountain School joined Tilton School and Julie Wilson from the Institute for the Future of Learning, at Boston Public Library to present on and inspire relevant conversation about The Future of Schools.  Julie Wilson is the author of the best-selling Read More
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Student Ambassador Profile: Nathaniel Clement ’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 about being a Student Ambassador is being able to meet prospective students that are interested in joining our community. I love Read More
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Alumnae/i Weekend

As the crisp winds and bright colors of autumn filled the air, over 40 Alumnae/i gathered at The White Mountain School to celebrate reunions and great friendships. “It was really cool coming back. The School looked familiar on the outside, but there have been so many changes on the Read More
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Alumnae/i Profile: Sam Madeira ’01

Sam Madeira’s ‘01 journey to becoming a licensed Naturopathic Doctor with a thriving practice in Seattle, WA. Sam Madeira, ND, BSc. ‘01 can trace his initial interest in health and wellness to a combination of his love of science, his connection with the natural world, and some Read More
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