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Did You Meet...?

Get to know the people who teach and support our students.

Our “Did You Meet?...” online series is a special opportunity to connect with some of the teachers, advisors, coaches, and administrators who work closely with students in all facets of their lives at NMH. Visit our farm and our arts spaces, learn about diversity and social justice work at NMH, check out student clubs, learn about our college counseling program, hear about what’s happening on campus from Head of School Brian Hargrove — you’ll learn a lot about the NMH community.


January Events

Arts Programs and Throwing a Pot with Ceramics Teacher Mona Seno

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023
Offered 8 am and 8 pm; each session is 45 minutes

Do you like getting your hands messy? Then you’ll want to attend this session on how to throw a pot and make a beautiful ceramic piece with Visual Arts Department Chair Mona Seno. Ceramics is just one of many offerings of our rich visual arts program — come and learn more about them. 


Dance: Every Little Step with Dance Teacher Gretel Schatz

Thursday, Jan. 19, 2023
Offered 8 am and 8 pm; each session is 45 minutes

Dance! Dance! Dance! Our dance program supports students at all levels, from beginners to lifelong dancers. Join Gretel Schatz, our dance program director, and NMH student dancers and learn some choreography to get you moving.


February Events

The College Process with College Counseling Director Joe Latimer

Thursday, Feb. 2, 2023
Offered 8 am and 8 pm; each session is 45 minutes

With 28 years of experience in college admissions, NMH Director of College Counseling Joe Latimer has a deep understanding of how to navigate high school to be best prepared for what lies beyond. Learn about how to strike a healthy academic and cocurricular balance and how to optimize outcomes after graduation. Get insights into the college application process that will help alleviate frustration and anxiety.


Students of Color: How to Get the Most Out of a Private School Experience

Wednesday, February 15, 2023
Offered 7:00 pm 

Whether NMH is your number one choice or you are leaning to another school, we want to share with you important information to help you to select the right school for students of color.  

The alumni of color panel can answer questions such as:

  • What programs should schools provide to support students of color — and why?

  • What advice can they give to students of color as they seek to take full advantage of private  school opportunities? 

  • How do parents maintain communication with the school so they know what is going on with their child?

  • What are the hurdles you might face as students of color in these schools? 

  • How do you best navigate independent-school communities as students of color?

The discussion will also include an opportunity for you to ask your own questions. Sara Wilson NMH class of 2002 and director of accreditation at the Association of Independent Schools in New England, will moderate the panel. In her role with AISNE, she understands schools across New England and can offer her perspectives about NMH and private school environments.


Peers Supporting Peers with Director of International Admission Metta Dael

Thursday, Feb. 16, 2023
Offered 8 am and 8 pm; each session is 45 minutes

Peer-to-peer support is one of the key components of student success at NMH. With our panel of student Resident Leaders, Global Ambassadors, Peer Educators, and affinity group leaders, learn about how NMH fosters a community of support. Understand the kinds of support available to each student and what it means to be a part of our NMH family. 


We’re looking forward to getting to know each other.

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