Steer the Interview Your Way with These 10 Tips
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Think about people who see a different side of you and could help reveal your personality and passion. Find teachers who can provide a unique point of view about you in the classroom.
Encourage your student to seek out and connect with adults in the community who can help guide students as they learn about independence.
Admission officers use essays to assess your writing skills and to compare your skills and potential with other applicants.
Your application is how you can showcase your skills and aptitude — how you demonstrate that you’ll be a valuable member of the team.
Thinking about sending your child to a private school? How do you find a school that’s the best fit?
How a New England independent boarding school cares for the health and well-being of its students.
How to master the boarding-school application process and get advice from admission professionals.
“Teaching Writing in a Remote Classroom: Meeting the Emotional Needs of Students,” by NMH faculty member John Corrigan, originally appeared on NAIS’s Independent Ideas blog on August 24, 2020.
Tips for both day and boarding students for making connections with peers and adults at school.
NMH’s youngest students ponder age-old questions and search for meaning in a messy, complicated world
A stuffed animal. A necklace. A Bible. A pair of Crocs. These are objects that a few NMH students cherish enough to bring with them from home — things that calm them, make them happy, help them face the day.
We invited NMH’s student leaders to answer the question:
What’s your object? Here are some of their answers
A conversation with Jake Morrow, director of the NMH Farm.
Border walls, travel bans, family separations, never-ending political battles — the U.S. immigration system is broken, with millions of lives at stake.
Immigration Attorney Ashley LaRiccia ’05 doesn’t know how to fix it.
But every day, she tries.
NMH has a history of disrupting the status quo. It started 140 years ago with founder D.L. Moody. Brian Hargrove wants to know" "How are we going to disrupt with purpose as we think about the next 140 years?"
Whitney Museum curator Rujeko Hockley ’01 champions a new generation of contemporary artists.