With the COVID-19 pandemic upending daily life as we know it, the world has become a confusing place for high school students – and their parents. To seek some clarity, we decided to reach out to a Kendall Hoyt P ’23. Not only is Kendall a current Holderness parent, but she’s also an expert in vaccine development policy for emerging infectious disease pandemics.
In today’s new COVID-19 reality, all of us – students, parents, teachers – are working from 北京快3走势图. It’s a big adjustment, one that challenges each of us to design a framework of healthy habits for our new, socially-distanced lives.
Over the last several weeks, we’ve all had to adapt to the new realities of social distancing, work from 北京快3走势图, and distance learning. Our amazing faculty are no exception; in a matter of days, they’ve managed to completely rethink the way they teach to meet the moment.
The HonorRoll recognizes and commends outstanding achievement and effort in the academic program. Holderness School recognizes that each student's growth and progress is complex. Quarterly comments written by faculty better reflect the unique path traveled by each student, and the HonorRoll and Effort HonorRoll are simplified but significant markers of the engagement of our students in the most recent marking interval.
It was 10 p.m. on the second of July and the bells of Dartmouth College’s Baker Library were chiming. The three of us were in our third session. Our lofty goal was to ponder why interdepartmental learning matters, and why its pursuit would make Holderness a better school. More practically our goal was to help Chaplain Joshua Hill design a new interdepartmental course in English and Theology & Religious Studies: The Bible as Literature.
At Holderness School, college counseling is all about helping students find the right college fit. It's only appropriate, then, that the leadership of the College Counseling Office be an appropriate fit.
With Director of College Counseling Bruce Barton’s Chair Year scheduled for the 北京快3走势图-21 academic year, Holderness School is proud to welcome Erika Blauth as the Interim Director of College Counseling.
Elections are kind of a big deal in New Hampshire. The Granite State treasures its first-in-the-nation primary status just as much as it loves its pristine lakes and mountains. It’s a privilege to catalyze any presidential race, and New Hampshire goes all out. Our roadsides are littered with campaign signs, our televisions are clogged with advertisements. Stand outside long enough, and you’re bound to be greeted by an overzealous canvasser or candidate doing their best to convince you to mark their name on your ballot.
Slalom gates, halfpipes, and terrain parks are where Holderness School athletes have traditionally excelled. But for an increasing number of Holderness athletes, the school’s new Big Mountain program is the future of competitive skiing and snowboarding.
Changing the status quo can be an uncomfortable task – especially if you benefit from it. That was the message to students from the Rev. Peter Jarrett-Schell, the school’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day speaker and the white author of Seeing My Skin, a personal examination of the role of whiteness in his own life.
The Honor Roll recognizes and commends outstanding achievement and effort in the academic program. Holderness School recognizes that each student's growth and progress is complex. Quarterly comments written by faculty better reflect the unique path traveled by each student, and the Honor Roll and Effort Honor Roll are simplified but significant markers of the engagement of our students in the most recent marking interval.
Affirming Holderness School’s position as the premier snow sports school in the country and committing to the school’s multi-sport athletic philosophy, the New Hampshire boarding school recently received a transformational $6 million gift. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, Holderness School is able to jumpstart fundraising initiatives that will better support world-class outdoor athletic facilities and impact every athletic team and snow sports discipline.
Surrounded by some of the best climbing spots on the East Coast, the Holderness School Rock Climbing Team is privileged to spend their afternoons exploring the cliffs of Rumney, New Hampshire. Head Coach Erik Thatcher ‘08 pushes his climbers to set goals for themselves throughout the season in order to guide their growth.
With nearly ten kilometers of trails on campus and many more only a short minibus ride away, the Holderness School mountain biking team enjoyed a season full of challenging rides, thrilling races, and strong friendships.
Head of School, Phil Peck, has been documenting the daily life of Holderness School one photo at a time since 2001, highlighting teaching moments, inspirational chapels, Head’s Day shenanigans, service projects, and more.