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NMH rowers brought their A game to the 50th anniversary Head of the Charles Regatta in Boston recently, racing the storied 3-mile course with excellent results. The NMH girls faced daunting competition in the Youth Fours event, seeded near the front of the pack after their very strong 10th-place finish last year. Coxswain Olivia Cleary ‘15 returned for a second trip at the helm, and she held a... More
Parents, family, and friends flocked to campus recently for Fall Family Days, held October 17 and 18. Moms and dads had the opportunity to attend their students' classes, meet their DLs (advisors), watch sports practices and performing arts concerts, learn about the college application process and student travel opportunities, squeeze into a photo booth, and hear from Head of School Peter B.... More
Students have arrived on campus, registered for classes, and shared meals and lots of dorm activities. They're going to classes, forging new friendships and strengthening old ones—in short, they're settling in beautifully. We are so glad to have all these fantastic young people on campus. At the same time, we recognize that sending a child to boarding school can be bittersweet for parents and... More
Welcome to a new school year! As usual, faculty and staff are welcoming new and returning students and their families to campus this week. Here are the basics of what families need to know: Thursday, Aug. 28   New international students have arrived and are immersed in a pre-orientation program.            6—7 PM: Day Family Welcome Cook-Out, Alumni Hall               Friday, Aug. 29  8:30—11:30... More
Can you name two local farms that grow their products organically or are chemical-free? Why is creating a pollinator-safe landscape important? What does an alpaca’s foot look like? These were just a few of the 40 scavenger hunt prompts that greeted students and NMH community members at the third annual Farmers’ Market Teach-In in May, when farmers and purveyors of jams, soaps, cheese, and other... More

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