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– Dean of Faculty Hugh Silbaugh

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The Hot Stove League Talks Baseball

Polar vortex? What polar vortex? The frigid January temperatures didn’t stop a throng of baseball enthusiasts from crowding into Northfield Mount Hermon’s Beveridge Hall on a recent Friday night to talk players, statistics, and the 2014 season.NMH’s annual Hot Stove League discussion helps local fans bridge the long gap between the end of one baseball season and the beginning of the next,...More

Honoring MLK: Students kick off a week of events

"Today is a day for everyone," Noa Solomon-Auger '15 said at an all-school meeting on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, as she and other members of NMH’s student diversity committee led the school in celebrating the civil rights icon’s legacy. "I celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day because I value change. I value his ability to get stuff done. I value his ability to move forward powerfully. He didn’t...More

Mohamed Hussein ‘14 named Gatorade Massachusetts Runner of the Year

Mohamed Hussein ’14 has been named the Gatorade Massachusetts Boys’ Cross Country Runner of the Year for 2013-14. The award recognizes outstanding athletic excellence, high standards of academic achievement, and exemplary character demonstrated both on and off the racecourse.“Mohamed Hussein has quickly become a leader in our school as well as a top runner,” head coach of the cross-country team...More

Fayroian discusses education reform with Eight Schools Association heads

Head of School Peter Fayroian gathered with leaders of other top New England prep schools this month to discuss education reform and developing partnerships between private and public institutions.Heads of school from Choate, Deerfield, the Lawrenceville School, Exeter, Hotchkiss, St. Paul’s, and Andover explored how independent schools and groups working in education reform can collaborate to...More

Celebrate the Season

NMH's annual Christmas Vespers program takes place in Memorial Chapel on Sunday, Dec. 8, at 3:30 and 7 p.m.; and at St. George's Episcopal Church in New York City on Dec. 19 at 7 p.m.You can find photos of last year's concert here and a video from the 2012 concert here.More

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