|Nigel Furlonge to be Associate Head of Holderness School|
Head of School Phil Peck announced on Monday, February 9th that Nigel Furlonge, former Holderness faculty member and founding team member of Christina Seix Academy (CSA) has accepted the role of Associate Head of Holderness School beginning in July 2015. More about Nigel's career and the role he is expected to play at Holderness can be found in the adapted version of Phil Peck's all-community announcement below.
|Students Sign for Division 1 on National Signing Day|
Holderness School was a proud participant of National Signing Day. Congratulations to Malik Love '15 for signing to play football at the University of New Hampshire and to Andrew Starr '15 for signing to play football at Sacred Heart. Coach Jermetrius Troy cited their leadership, discipline and drive as key factors in their success.
The week of February 16 was the culmination of several big events. For the nordic team, it was their last race of the season--the Lakes Region Championship. The girls' team came out on top while the boys finished in 5th place! Wednesday also marked the Day of Giving, an 18-hour period during which alumni and friends of Holderness were asked to join together and show their support for the school. The event was an amazing success with well over 500 people participating. And on Thursday, the girls' JV hockey team played their last game as well--this time against the faculty. While they lacked team uniforms--Mr. Saunders played in full dress code!--the faculty banded together and played a very competitive game against the Superstars. It's been a fun week to watch the spirit of Holderness come alive in some very unique ways!
|Hockey Girls Varsity|
Location: New Hampton School
Hockey Girls Varsity vs New Hampton School
|Basketball Boys JV1|
Location: Playing Fields - Gallop Gymnasium - 8
Basketball Boys JV1 vs Vermont Academy
|Hockey Boys Varsity|
Location: Playing Fields - Plymouth State University Ice Arena - 1
Hockey Boys Varsity vs North Yarmouth Academy