Forging a Partnership Around Sustainability

Sharing a common goal, The White Mountain School and the Stone Barns Center for Food And Agriculture recently formalized a partnership based on developing the next generation of environmental leaders with a focus on food and food systems.

John Drew Formally Installed as Head of The White Mountain School

On Saturday, Oct. 19, during Fall Family and Alumnae/i Weekend, over 200 members of The White Mountain School community gathered at the foot of Hood's Hill for the formal installation of John Drew as the 20th head of school, a position he has served in since July 1, 2019. The installation Read More

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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