Summer Plans: Colin Lunetta ’18

As the summer comes to an end, Colin Lunetta '18 discusses what he did this past summer in our last series post of the summer. Read more about his time at Camp Kabeyun below! What are your summer plans? Could you speak a little about Camp Kabeyun, your time as a camper and your summer this Read More
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WMS welcomes new Board Chair Deborah Lowham P’18 P’20

“I’m excited about building on the work of former Board Chair, Barbara McFadden Sirna ‘63 and the positive energy that has been created in our community. WMS was a discovery for our family, and the School’s focus on student-driven inquiry and experiential learning really resonated Read More
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America’s Best Main Streets

Named one of America's best Main Streets by Huffington Post, Main Street in Littleton, NH boasts scenic views and a small-town feel. Read the piece on Littleton below and the whole article here. Main Street, Littleton, New Hampshire Lostarts/ With a stunning mountain Read More
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Summer Plans: Audrey Sellers ’18

Rising senior Audrey Sellers briefly talks about her summer plans while away on a NOLS course this past summer. Read more about her summer adventures below! What are your summer plans? I’m doing a NOLS course in the Yukon, Canada this summer. I'll be mountaineering and whitewater Read More
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The underrated gift of curiosity

'Schools are missing what matters about learning.' The Atlantic writes an interesting article on how curiosity is continually being underemphasized in the classroom. At White Mountain, we understand the power of student-driven inquiry. Students harness the power of their curiosity while Read More
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Summer plans: Lawrence Alexander

In our latest summer series post, Director of College Counseling Lawrence Alexander discusses his summer plans as the Program Director for the College Admissions Program at Columbia University in New York City. Be sure to follow our blog this summer to learn what other students and faculty Read More
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Ted Radio Hour: From Curiosity to Discovery

At The White Mountain School we believe that true education should do more than inform; it should inspire. We understand the power of student-driven inquiry and harnessing curiosity. Our culture of inquiry and small class sizes help students develop the skills and habits for success and Read More
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Summer Plans: EJ Rimerman ’19

In this post, EJ talks about how he's been spending his summer climbing and raising money for an adaptive sports program. Be sure to follow our summer series to read how students and faculty are spending their time away from WMS. I climb every day. Every day, every season. I can't imagine Read More
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Dance, dance, dance

We recently had the chance to connect with young alumna Katherine Desimine '15. An avid dancer, she continues to pursue her passion for dance in her post-secondary studies at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. Read more below! Be sure to also check out Katherine's profile in our Read More
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Summer at WMS

Although students have left, campus has been abuzz with activity. Read more about just some of the activities taking place on McFadden Drive this summer. The Frost Place Poets from near and far came to The White Mountain School's campus to be inspired by the beauty of their surroundings, Read More
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