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Welcome Back!

Welcome Back!

The Holderness School Alumni Association includes over 7,000 people worldwide. While some remember when dinner was served in the Webster Room and the school accepted only boys, others were here when several young women bravely accepted the challenge of helping the school go coed. Meanwhile our youngest alumni remember a school that has renewed its commitment to sustainability and intellectual growth—not just on campus but throughout the world. No matter when you graduated, we are glad you are part of our community! You make us strong.
Interested in giving back or staying in touch? We’re so glad you asked! There’s lots of opportunities to get involved and stay connected. Whether you visit the school in person for Alumni Reunion and Homecoming, tour an exhibit at the Edwards Art Gallery, volunteer to mentor a senior during their Senior Thesis inquiry, or cheer on the Bulls at a game, we hope you find these pages useful. Go Bulls!

Alumni in the News

List of 2 news stories.

  • Testing the Limits

    Emily Magnus
    Summer days are long and leave us with plenty of time for adventuring. It’s been great fun watching news come in from all over the world and learning about the athletic accomplishments of our fellow Bulls. Here’s just a short list of the Bulls we know about.
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  • Reunion Memories: Catching Up with Classmates

    Emily Magnus '88
    Hugs of surprise and delight. Long conversations on the Quad. Memorial services for treasured classmates. Reunion is both a weekend to rejoice and celebrate as well as to remember and reflect. With over 100 alumni returning, some for the first time since graduating, it was a joy to see so many friends of Holderness on campus for Reunion Weekend. The festivities began on Friday night with a welcoming reception at Biderman's Deli in downtown Plymouth and continued on Saturday with convocation and several opportunities to learn more about the school's current plans and future goals. On Saturday afternoon, while some alumni played golf, hiked the nearby mountains, and visited the brewery of a local alumnus, others chose to stay on campus, catching up with classmates and former teachers. Of course, the highlight of the weekend was dinner in Weld Hall with all alumni present! While we weren't able to be in all places, photographer Gus Noffke captured many special moments. His photos can be found in the Holderness Smugmug Gallery.
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Holderness School Today

Alumni Relations

List of 2 members.

Holderness School
33 Chapel Lane, Holderness NH, 03245
mail P.O Box 1879 Plymouth, NH 03264-1879
phone (603) 536-1257