Frequently Asked Questions

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  • Why should I make a gift to White Mountain?

    An education at The White Mountain School is made possible by generations of alumnae/i and friends who contribute to the Annual Fund. Your gift helps us prepare and inspire students to lead lives of curiosity, courage and compassion — knowing that those who came before them are behind them all the way.

  • I can only give a small amount. Why should I bother?

    Giving is like voting on Election Day: Your single vote may seem insignificant, but it’s the collective vote that makes a difference. When everyone participates in giving to the Annual Fund, it’s like a vote of support for White Mountain. All of those supporting “votes” add up to thousands of dollars that are used to keep White Mountain running.

  • Where will my gift go?

    Do you have a passion for the arts? Community service? Athletics?

    Do you think The White Mountain School wouldn’t be the same without a robotics team,
    climbing wall, sustainability club, or its outstanding faculty?

    Direct your Annual Fund gift to White Mountain’s Highest Priorities (unrestricted),
    or support a specific area of the White Mountain experience that you value:
    • Academic Programs and Professional Development
    • Financial Aid and Scholarships
    • Visual and Performing Arts
    • Athletics and Outdoor Education Programs
    • Field Courses and Community Service Trips
    • Facilities and Energy Conservation
    • Residential Life and Student Activities
  • How do I make my gift?

    You can make a gift online, through the mail, by wire-transfer
    or by a gift of securities.

    Please make checks payable to The White Mountain School
    and mail to:
    The White Mountain School
    Development Office
    371 West Farm Road
    Bethlehem, NH 03574

    Or contact:

    Scott Hunt
    Director of Development & Alumnae/i
    603.444.2928 x249

  • Can I make a recurring gift?

    Yes, a recurring monthly or annual gift is an easy and affordable way to support White Mountain. For monthly gifts, specify the first or fifteenth of the month for your chosen amount to be charged to a credit card or bank account on the online giving page. For annual gifts, specify whether you would prefer your gift to renew on January 1 or July 1 of each calendar year.

    You can also set up recurring payments by phone at 603.444.2928 x241.
  • Can I include The White Mountain School in my estate plans?

    Legacy gifts to The White Mountain School enable you to make a lasting contribution
    to the School you love – a contribution that will have a significant
    impact even beyond your lifetime.

    For more information on becoming a member of the Bishop Niles Society, contact:

    Scott Hunt
    Director of Development & Alumnae/i
    603.444.2928 x249
“The White Mountain School gave our son the opportunity to thrive in college and the confidence to pursue his goals. That’s why we give back.” 

— Robert & Laura Slaney P’12


371 West Farm Road  •  Bethlehem, New Hampshire 03574  •  603.444.2928
Founded in 1886 and set in the beautiful White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, The White Mountain School is a coeducational college-preparatory boarding and day school for students grades 9-12/PG.

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy as to Students
The White Mountain School admits students of any race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, national origin, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

Specific questions regarding Title IX should be directed to the School's Title IX coordinator at Specific questions regarding Section 504 should be addressed to the School's Section 504 coordinator at