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Ella, Class of 2023

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.

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Alex, Class of 2023

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.

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Oma, Class of 2023

While NMH is far from her home in Nigeria, Oma found that the school’s welcoming atmosphere and opportunities for connection helped ease the adjustment.

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Tory, Class of 2023

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.

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Deshayne Curley

Deshayne, Class of 2024

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.

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Michael, Class of 2024

Michael’s passions include jazz and economics, peer education and interfaith activities. The common thread: his desire to keep learning and to be the best he can be.

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Anisha, Class of 2024

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.

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Sage, Class of 2023

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.

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