Snow Sports at Holderness
Since 1940, Holderness School has produced 17 Olympic athletes, six World Cup Championship Team members, 15 Collegiate All-Americans, and 38 National Team members. In just the past few years Julia Ford ’08 competed for the U.S. Alpine Olympic Team in the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia; Julia Marino ’11 was the first skier to compete for Paraguay in the Winter Olympics—ever; and big mountain skier and two-time World Champion Chris Davenport ’89 was inducted into the 2014 Ski and Snowboard Hall of Fame. Our snow sports athletes train to compete in the prep school league, and the US Ski & Snowboard, USASA and FIS circuits. There’s a reason why we’re known as the best preparatory school ski program in the nation—we produce winners year after year.