Ella is a world-class rower, but at NMH, she’s able to pursue a range of other passions, too, from film to fiber arts to Circle of Sisters, an affinity group for girls of color.
Alex — a soccer player, skier, photographer, tour guide, radio host, and tutor — is motivated by a desire to connect with and contribute to the NMH community.
Editor of NMH’s student newspaper, The Lamplighter, Tory wants to use journalism to amplify unheard voices and shed light on overlooked stories, including debunking myths about homelessness.
Back home in New Mexico, Deshayne was used to being like most everyone else, a Navajo resident of a small community, at a small school. NMH has opened up new experiences and opportunities for him.
From the moment she first toured campus, Anisha felt a sense of community and connection at NMH — from clubs to the classroom to the communal space of the dining hall.
A competitive skier and field hockey player, Sage is also an Ecoleader, working on sustainability efforts on campus and beyond. To her, being involved is part of the NMH culture.
Sasha plans to major in environmental engineering in college, with a focus on renewable energy, and wants to work on building sustainable communities.
At NMH, Meena has been able to pursue multiple interests deeply, from accelerating her math study to serving as a campus Ecoleader to taking part in honors jazz combo and honors ballet.
Alejandra has tried out a number of new things at NMH, from performing in the spring musical to organizing a student entrepreneurship fair.
Efe is proud of the confidence and leadership skills he’s developed at NMH, which have helped him in his role as a dorm resident leader.