“This incredible, amazing optimistic, courageous powerhouse of a person has brought strength, light, and focus to so very many over the years.”
The ski hill is called Hood’s Hill now. But whether you remember it as “the ski hill” or “Hood’s Hill,” I hope you’ll remember it as an important, central and fun part of your life at WMS/SMS.
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.
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.
In anticipation of Valentine’s Day and the Show Your Love for White Mountain Day of Giving, we wanted to show our love by recognizing two of our alumnae/i couples!
Ellen Waterston's '64 love of writing and the literary arts is the common thread in her life.
Susan Parrish Carter '69 shares the history of her mother's gift to St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains.
Carol MacEwan Powers and Valle Patterson, Class of 1969 - celebrating their 50th Reunion - share memories of their time at St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains and Alumnae/i Weekend.
What happens to a kid who grows up on a dairy farm in northern New York, goes to The White Mountain School, and falls in love with Spanish and international agriculture? He becomes a specialist in the Cornell Vegetable Program at Cornell University, of course! Encouraged to explore the Read More