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List of 11 news stories.

  • An Exploration of Art History Through Sketching

    Michelle Wood
    In Kelsey Berry’s Art History class, students were asked to recreate a famous work of art in their own artistic expression. Through several assignments and a visit to the Boston MFA, the students gained perspective on a different way to study art--sketching. Follow the students' creative process in the video below.
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  • Special Programs 2017

    Michelle Wood
    Special Programs always require a certain amount of courage from our students, but this year required even more! The snowstorm and high winds this past week challenged all of our students to dig deep! And with overwhelming numbers, they rose to the occasion. Thanks to all who support Holderness School's Special Programs and make them a success every year!
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  • The Wings Project

    Michelle Wood
    During Artward Bound 2017, several students collaborated on the creation of two sets of colorful wings that will hang in the tunnels leading to Bartsch and the east side of campus, reminding us all to spread our wings and fly!
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  • Cheri Walsh Eastern Cup Race at Holderness School

    Michelle Wood
    The annual Cheri Walsh Eastern Cup occurred this year amid a string of snow storms that left us buried under 3 feet of beautiful powder! While this may have kept some spectators away, it didn't keep the skiers from enjoying the rigorous climbs and ripping downhills on the Holderness Nordic trails. Thanks to everyone who participated, cheered, coached, and supported this event!
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  • Julia Ford '08 and Ivar Dahl

    Cooperative Training with the US Ski Team

    Emily Magnus
    What's the impact of Mittersill on the Holderness Ski Team? We sat down with Director of Snow Sports Ivar Dahl and Sochi Olympian Julia Ford '08 to find out! Here's a link to our interview with them: https://youtu.be/BficGcjSPmw. Oh, and thanks to all the students who provided footage of their runs on the new trails!
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  • Niles after a Winter Storm

    Happy Holidays from Holderness School!

    Emily Magnus
    Exams are over! Winter vacation has begun! And we’re already missing all our students! Happy Holidays to our current students, our alumni, and all the members of the Holderness family who make Holderness such a special place. Without you, Holderness wouldn’t be the same. Here's a musical message from our chorus that will keep you singing through all your holiday shopping and preparations for Santa Claus!
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  • Holderness Robots Battle

    Emily Magnus
    The Holderness School robotics class took a break from studying last night to see how their robots measure up--testing their strength, agility, and precision. Click here to see some of their epic battles!
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  • AP Environmental Science at Mr. Pettitt's Pond

    Pettitt's Pond: AP Environmental Science Takes a Field Trip

    Emily Magnus
    One of Holderness Schools’ core values is curiosity. Watch what happens when Dr. Jastrebsky's AP Enviro class visits Mr. Pettitt's pond and learn what questions they are asking. Follow us to Mr. Pettitt's Pond.
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  • Holderness Boys' Varsity Soccer Joins the Mannequin Challenge!

    Emily Magnus
    They're on their way to the NEPSAC tournament! But before they left, they made a short Mannequin Challenge! Good luck, boys!
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  • Inspirational Teaching

    Emily Magnus
    What inspires our teachers? In an interview with Thom Flinders, he shares why teaching Robotics at Holderness has been so important to him as an educator and to his students as experiential learners.
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  • Holderness Veterans Remembered

    Emily Magnus
    On Veterans' Day, Holderness students took the time to honor Holderness alumni who fought in World War II. The voices of Caroline '18 and Ali '19 Ferri accompany the slides shown in Chapel.
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