Congrats Harvard Prize Book Winner - Tiffany Feng ‘21
Tiffany Feng ‘21 is described by her teachers as endlessly curious and a superb kid, and she was deserving of one of Holderness School’s most esteemed academic prizes: The Harvard Prize Book.
The Harvard Prize Book program was created by the alumni of Harvard University to “recognize outstanding high school students who display general excellence and high character.” In a typical fall, the winner would be heading down to the Harvard Club in Cambridge, Massachusetts for an unforgettable breakfast with the most accomplished senior high school students from more than 2,000 participating schools.
Tiffany Feng is not only made of excellence and high character, she is also quite humble. “I was really surprised when I heard my name announced for winning the prize. I think my peers are all very talented and knowledgeable.”
We regret that due to COVID, Tiffany will not get the honor of the annual breakfast. Instead, we are compelled to shower her with on-campus appreciation. Congratulations, Tiffany!
After completing our in-person fall semester 100% COVID-free, Holderness School is pleased to offer safe, on-campus admission tours from November 30 through December 18 and January 4 through January 18.
Whether it’s analyzing water samples on Squam Lake or gathering firewood on Out Back, Holderness School students are known for rolling up their sleeves and getting to work. And that spirit was evident when members of the Holderness School community quite literally rolled up their sleeves to donate blood to the American Red Cross.
Seven Holderness School student-athletes have committed to play competitive college athletics. 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.
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