Lawrence Alexander Featured in NAES Publication

Lawrence Alexander P'20, Director of College Counseling and Diversity of Diversity & Inclusion, was recently featured in Niches, a donor communication sent out by the National Association of Episcopal Schools. Lawrence wrote about his own personal experience, as well as the experience Read More
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The Importance of Teaching

Tim Breen, Ph.D. P'17, Head of School, shared the following remarks at the recent Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner. The Importance of Teaching A theme this evening is connections – connections among alums, between alums and our School. I would add another set of important connections to the mix. Read More
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Amy Bannon ’14 Speaks at Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner

Amy Bannon '14 was the featured speaker at the Alumnae/i Weekend Dinner. She spoke about the impact of White Mountain on her own life and shared a poem that beautifully illustrates the connection that many people feel to our School.  My name is Amy Bannon and I graduated from White Read More
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Former White Mountain Staff Member Writes Young Adult Novel

You might know Ruth Cook, who led the White Mountain Board of Trustees for seventeen years, from 1991 to 2008. Or you might know Jack Cook, her husband, for whom the annual Jack Cook Sustainability Prize was named. Or you might know their son, Jonathan Cook, who graduated from White Read More
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Julia Crocker ’18 Leads Field Course on Nutrition and Food Justice

When the Field Course lists come out each semester, most White Mountain students eagerly look through the choices and select three that they would be excited to participate in. But for Julia Crocker '18, Fall Field Course was the culmination of close to a year of work on her LASR Read More
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New Whiteboard Walls Foster Inquiry

In many of the classrooms on campus, the writing is now literally on the wall thanks to special new whiteboard paint that was applied to several classroom walls over the summer. White Mountain is a school of inquiry and engagement and we want our students to be thinking and asking Read More
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Climbers Volunteer with The Access Fund

On a recent afternoon, instead of being high up on the cliffs with ropes and harnesses, the White Mountain Climbing Team, along with Faculty Coaches Hiapo Emmons-Shaw and Jacob Northcutt, spent some time at the base of Cathedral Ledge in North Conway. The climbers had an opportunity to Read More
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Faculty Profile: Lawrence Alexander

In addition to his ongoing role as Director of College Counseling, Lawrence Alexander has taken on a new role as Director of Diversity & Inclusion. Lawrence feels grateful that this new position is an outgrowth and extension of work that he and the School were already engaged Read More
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Empty Your Pockets for Houston

Grace Tamlyn '18 saw the devastation of Hurricane Harvey first hand. She lives just outside of Houston in Katy, TX and while she and her family feel lucky to have stayed dry and out of harm's way, many of her friends and neighbors were not so fortunate. Now that Grace has returned to White Read More
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Amy Bannon ’14 Returns to White Mountain

We are thrilled to welcome Amy Bannon '14 back to White Mountain for the fall semester! Amy will be coaching climbing and doing an internship in the outdoor education department, helping to prepare for fall field courses. "I had to come back" is the way Amy describes her return to the Read More
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