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."
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First-year student Bo "Eric" Yan '24 recently represented The White Mountain School in the finals of the 2020 World Robot Contest (WRC), where he and a teammate won the VEX Robotics Competition Championship.
Oliver Scholars, a New York-based access program, chose White Mountain for going "above and beyond to welcome and engage our scholars and their families" and the School's "efforts to create a diverse, equitable, and inclusive school community."
The new program—piloted in the 2019-2020 academic year—aims to offer an empowering, engaging, and affirming environment and programming for BIPOC identifying students from low-income backgrounds in the U.S., starting in grades 9 and 10.
Two new programs at the School are helping BIPOC alumnae/i connect with current BIPOC students, as well as strategically contribute to the future of the School.