|The First Issue of The Picador!|
The Picador: Volume 10, Issue 1:
- Advice to New Students
- Student Editorial: The Market Basket Effect: Protests in NE
- Student Profile: Paul Sampson
- Faculty Profile: Jeremy Stubbs
Click here to view the online issue!
|Aerial Photos of Holderness School|
Today we had an unexpected visitor from the Class of 1979, Ian McIntyre. Ian landed his plane on the lower fields, picked up Director of Publications Emily Magnus, and flew back over campus for a quick photo shoot. The views were spectacular and we are grateful to have a new selection of aerial photographs of campus. To see photographs of the trip, visit our Smugmug page.
|"Contemporary Tradition," 2014 Alumni Exhibition|
Works by alumni artists Emilie Lee '99 and Jonathan Sherman '95 will be on exhibit at the Edwards Art Gallery beginning Friday, April 11th and continuing through May 25th, with an Opening Reception on the 11th from 6:30 - 8pm. Lee is a classically trained oil painter with a special love of nature and outdoor adventure. Sherman studied in Italy and is inspired by the old masters for his development as a painter. Gallery talks and studio demonstrations are also on the roster. The Edwards Art Gallery is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9am - 5pm and on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 9am to noon.
|Teagan Mosenthal Named to U18 Eastern Nationals Team|
Holderness Junior Teagan Mosenthal will join teammates Michael Beutner, Jesse Osuchowski and Clark Macomber at Copper Mountain, Colorado from Feb 27th to March 6th for the U18 Nationals. Teagan scored a discretionary spot off the alternate list by finishing in the top ten twice and in the top fifteen twice this season, competing consistently at the top level in slalom, giant slalom, superG and downhill.
Holderness Coach Jeff Harold was also selected to join the coaching staff for the team. (Read more.)
|Hannah Durnan, Caroline Mure to advance to Poetry Out Loud Regionals|
Senior Hannah Durnan was the winner of last night's Poetry Out Loud recitation competition. Caroline Mure was chosen runner-up. Both girls will recite at the NH regionals on March 13. Both girls have vied in the school competition before, and their experience showed as they earned top honors in this their senior year. Cat Mclaughlin, Charlotte Freccia, Leah Scaralia, Paige Pfenniger, Youngjae Cha and Emma Abrams also competed. All of the students recited two poems from memory from poets as diverse in tone and content as A.E. Houseman to Wilfred Owen to Billy Collins, delighting a packed Hagerman auditorium. See the video
|Julia Ford '08 named to the U.S. Alpine Olympic Team|
This week the US Ski Team named Holderness alumna Julia Ford to the 2014 Olympic Team. Ford is one of 20 skiers named and is one of a number of athletes from New Hampshire. Ford will travel to Sochi on Feb.17th and compete on the 21st. (click for more)
|Holderness Coach Nominated for National Field Hockey Award|
Holderness Head Field Hockey Coach, Doonie Brewer, is among the nominees for the National Field Hockey Coaches Association for Regional High School Coach of the Year. Brewer, who led her team to the 2006 New England Championship title her very first year at Holderness has a 98-41-14 record. This last fall she led the team, once again, to the NEPSAC championship.
|Soccer Boys JV1|
Location: Phillips Exeter Academy
Soccer Boys JV1 vs Phillips Exeter Academy
|Field Hockey Girls Varsity|
Location: Playing Fields - Robert T. Low Turf Field - 1
Field Hockey Girls Varsity vs New Hampton School
Here's the Gallery of the Week for the first week of school! From athletic competitions to a Chuseok celebration to a visit to the Archives, our students have been busy. Visit our the gallery at Smugmug.com to see the highlights from the first week of school.