Say Yes To Holderness!

We enjoyed meeting our prospective students and their families during revisit days. As our Director of Admission David Flynn '96 stated, we are biased but we think you should come to Holderness. Our current students also have some thoughts about why you should say #YesToHolderness in the video created by communications intern Max Paro '17. We look forward to getting to know you next year!

Watch this video on why our students think you should come to Holderness!
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  • Sound Mind, Sound Body: Holderness Begins Sports Psychology Initiative

    Greg Kwasnik
    Speed, strength, and agility are all key components to athletic success. But when the shot clock winds down or a game goes into overtime, it’s the athlete’s mind that truly matters.
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  • Nikki Kimball '89 Receives Distinguished Alumni Award

    Andrew Herring
    Holderness School took the first step of its Mountain Day journey at the Chapel of the Transfiguration, which sits in the shadow of the mountains and rock faces that students would climb that day. The granite and wood beam architecture of the chapel creates a deep sense of sanctity while the stained glass softens the space with radiant natural light.  It’s the perfect place to gather for a brief moment of meditation before entering an equally sacred and wonderful wilderness.
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  • 5 Things to Pack for a Mountain Day Adventure

    Greg Kwasnik
    We recently sat down with Director of Outdoor Programs Erik Thatcher ’08 and asked: “What should we pack for Mountain Day?” Erik, an experienced outdoor guide, told us how to prepare for a day in the White Mountains – from how much water to bring to why hiking Mount Washington is like visiting the high arctic. Here’s what he told us to bring:
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Holderness School
33 Chapel Lane, Holderness NH, 03245
mail P.O Box 1879 Plymouth, NH 03264-1879
phone (603) 536-1257