Balancing breadth and excellence, our coaches train our athletes to the highest levels of competition, providing strength-training, skills-building, and wellness and nutrition coaching. Our most competitive students move on to college-level competition or beyond and also play new or beloved additional sports in the off-seasons. Even if you’ve never played on a team before, you’ll wear a Holderness uniform and get time on the ice, turf, or court. There’s room for everyone on the school’s 600 acres that include a turf field, a fully-equipped athletics center, eight large playing fields, eight tennis courts, an ice rink, and ten kilometers of competition-quality running trails.
We know that being active is a foundation for great health, so you’ll participate in three sports a year. Each season brings new opportunities and challenges.
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There is no better time or place to play field sports than autumn in New England. Crisp, bright days, plenty of spectators to cheer you on, and the thrill of wearing the Holderness uniform—sometimes for the first time. Add Homecoming, Tabor Day, and Parents’ Weekend to the mix, and our athletes become more than the sum of themselves. We are Holderness.
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With Mittersill at Cannon Mountain and Loon Mountain within forty-five minutes of campus, and with nordic ski trails and an outdoor hockey rink in our backyard, there’s no better place to be in the winter than Holderness.
From the first of April when students return from their spring vacation, the Bulls are in full swing—on the turf, on the diamond, on the roads, on the rocks, and on the golf course. It is a time for many for getting off campus and taking advantage of what the Lakes Region and the White Mountains have to offer. From hiking to golfing to rock climbing, it is a great time to explore the limits and go beyond.