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Visit White Mountain

At White Mountain, there are three things that make this community and School so compelling for our students: our people, our program, and our place, and we'd love to share them all with you.

As we re-open our campus for the 2020-2021 academic year, we are excited to offer you the opportunity to engage with us through either an in-person campus visit or a remote White Mountain experience. Because you know yourself or your student best, we aim to provide you with an experience that is just right for you—tailored to your questions, your passions, and your needs every step of the way—regardless of the option you choose.

Ready to schedule your visit?

or, if you prefer, please email admission@whitemountain.org or call
603.444.2928 x246 to speak with a member of our team.


Ways to Visit Campus

In-Person

For those who can travel to New Hampshire, we look forward to the opportunity to host you on campus. In order to protect the health and safety of the White Mountain community, as well as visitors and guests, please review our COVID-19 Campus Visit Protocols in advance of your visit.

Looking for a place to stay locally? We recommend the following options for local accommodation:

The Adair Country Inn
Bethlehem, New Hampshire

The Sunset Hill House
Sugar Hill, New Hampshire

Hampton Inn Littleton
Littleton, New Hampshire

Virtual

We continue to offer virtual visits to our prospective families for those unable to make the trip to campus, allowing for many of the same exciting and engaging opportunities we provide during our in-person visits.

  • Meet with White Mountain teachers, coaches, and administrators that align with your interests and passions, and explore how you might engage with them here.

  • Chat with a current student, parent, or recent alum. Learn about their experiences at White Mountain and get answers to all of your questions.

  • Even complete your interview!

The White Mountain School is committed to an admission policy that does not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, color, creed, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, or physical ability or disability status. We seek to provide opportunities and experience for all students on an equal basis.