We are regularly monitoring state, county, and municipal data to, in part, determine the daily color-coded status level, which will be continuously displayed and updated as needed here and inside myWMS.
Two students, Sadie Thomas '23 and Yari Mejia '24, recently spearheaded the creation of a new softball team. "White Mountain is definitely a place where if you want something done, you go for it, and they will help you make it happen."
From access to standardized testing, travel restrictions, remote learning, and changes in grading and schedules, our students have had to pivot and adapt to the new normal when applying to colleges and universities.
As we approach the one-year mark of shutting down in-person school and moving to emergency remote learning, despite the exhaustion that so many of us feel, I am inspired and energized by the amazing work of our students and faculty.
The White Mountain School recently won three—two gold and one silver—2020 InspirED School Marketers Brilliance Awards for its admissions viewbook, winter 2020 issue of Echoes, and a featured article within the latter about the School’s robotics programs.
Leah believes that White Mountain students can play a role in philanthropy and notes that other students have created fundraisers for causes they support in the past. "It can definitely benefit them in the future. Going forward, I can see myself doing something like this again in college and beyond."