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– Dean of Faculty Hugh Silbaugh

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Winter Athletes Wrap Successful Season

March 24, 2017 — Spring sports started practices this week, but our winter teams showed great dedication, passion, and growth during the past few months, not to mention several notable milestones among varsity teams (in alphabetical order).Alpine skiing: The girls’ team prevailed in the final MISL (Mount Institute Ski League) race and clinched their fifth straight MISL Championship title. The...More

Dancers Attend Regional Festival

 March 9, 2017 — NMH dancers were selected to perform at the Regional High School Dance Festival, to be held March 23–26 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.  They will perform two recent pieces on the main stage of this prestigious gathering of high school dancers.“Half-life” (shown above), choreographed by Anna Martin ’18, will be presented as part of the student choreography showcase. It...More

Diversity Day 2017

Northfield Mount Hermon will host its sixth annual Diversity Day conference on Thursday, Feb. 23. Instead of their regular classes, students and faculty take part in a community-wide gathering and three workshops on a variety of diversity and social-justice topics. The annual event, plus three weekend-long Diversity Summits during the academic year, are among the ways NMH tries to fulfill its...More

2017 Founders' Challenge a Success

During the second annual Founders’ Challenge, more than 2,000 alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends came together to celebrate founders and make gifts to the NMH Fund. We raised more than $420,000 (including our challenge gift) from these community members:          Special thanks to Dogfish Head Brewery founders Sam ’88 and Mariah Draper ’89 Calagione P’18 as well as the...More

College to Take Over Former Northfield Campus

 Feb. 7, 2017 — For more than a decade following Northfield Mount Hermon’s 2005 consolidation from two campuses to one, the former Northfield campus has lain vacant. That may change with today’s announcement by the National Christian Foundation (NCF) that it has donated the majority of the campus to Thomas Aquinas College, a California institution that plans to open an east-coast campus that...More

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