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Bio on Squam Lake in Holderness New Hampshire

The first month of school has been amazing! We welcomed more than 105 new students and just over 200 returners.  Our completely renovated performing arts space is in full swing while biology classes explore nearby Squam Lake.  Our recent student-run blood drive collected over 26 units of blood with 50% of donors giving blood for their first-time. 

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Students smile at Outdoor Chapel

Sometimes, Holderness might seem like a steep hill that you are at the base of. There’s so much to juggle, our life here is full and awesome, but it’s busy and sometimes the year can feel long. Sometimes, the days are long, and sometimes they are not long enough. So it seems to me, after hearing this research, that the best way to make sure you get to the top of the hill (and to enjoy getting to the top of the hill), is to bring a friend on the journey with you. 

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Corinthia Benson '05

When Corinthia Benison ’05 left her home in Harlem to enroll in Holderness School at the age of 13, she found herself adjusting to a completely new environment. Corinthia, a basketball standout for the Bulls who went on to earn a full athletic scholarship to the University of Delaware, says going to Holderness was a privilege and opportunity that “changed the trajectory of my life.” But it wasn’t an entirely easy transition.

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