As the holiday season approaches, a growing contingent of Holderness students, faculty, and staff are steadfastly working to transform a season of giving into a season of service to others.
On a cool morning in late September, as mist rose off the nearby Pemigewasset River, a small group of students hiked into the forest that abuts Holderness School’s athletic fields. Their task: to determine how much carbon is stored on the school’s 600-acre campus, and how that number measures up against its carbon footprint.
Holderness School is proud to announce that 23 of its student-athletes committed to play competitive college athletics on Wednesday, November 8. These students represent some of the top athletic talent in New Hampshire and New England and are testaments to Holderness School’s culture of academic and athletic excellence. Congratulations to all!
For the first 12 years of her life, Samantha Zhang ’25 lived in Inner Mongolia, the Chinese autonomous region that borders Mongolia. It’s a region famous for its vast grasslands, deserts, and nomadic herders - so when Samantha moved to Beijing for middle school, her new classmates had questions.
With the start of hockey season just a few short weeks away, and two of his student-athletes listed as “players to watch” by NHL Central Scouting 2023, Boys Varsity Hockey Head Coach Alan Thompson ’04 is cautiously optimistic about his team’s chances.
Several weeks ago, we interviewed physics teacher Michael Carrigan to ask a deceptively simple question: how is artificial intelligence changing education? Here’s what he had to say about the AI classroom of the future.
Gabrielius “Gabas” Maldunas, ’11, is living the dream. As a young boy in Lithuania – where basketball eclipses all other sports in popularity and participation – Maldunas dreamed of playing for his country’s national team someday. It’s a dream that came true this past summer, when he donned the Lithuanian National Basketball Team uniform and took the court at the FIBA World Cup in the Philippines.
On Thursday, October 19, Holderness School celebrated the Induction of Head of School John McVeigh.