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.
Holderness School has gone to great lengths to ensure the health and safety of its campus community as well as those participating in safe, socially-distanced tours. In accordance with federal and state guidelines, visiting families and members of the Admission Team will be masked, maintain social distance, and limit indoor activity.
In keeping with Holderness School’s love of the outdoors, interviews will take place around fire pits located on Livermore Common. Families are also encouraged to dress warmly, as much of their visit is expected to take place outdoors.
“We have met many great families this fall virtually. Our conversations have been meaningful but it is not the same experience as being in a shared space together or feeling the energy and spirit of this community first hand,” says Director of Admission David Flynn ‘96. “It is going to be so much fun meeting prospective students on campus for the first time in four months. We cannot wait.”
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.
Chris Davenport '89, of Aspen, Colorado, is considered one of the world's most accomplished big-mountain skiers and mountaineers. He has been called "one of North America's top 25 skiers by Skiing Magazine" and is a "two-time extreme skiing world champion"
Is Holderness right for you? The best way to find the right boarding school is to reach out. Check us out in person in New Hampshire or virtually. See why Holderness is more than a school, it's an elevated experience.