As you look toward ways to improve our world, consider the impact of your contributions to NMH.
Each year, the school’s philanthropic priority is to create and maintain a strong NMH Fund. Thousands of alumni, parents, and friends of NMH come together for this crucial common goal: to affirm the value of an NMH education and to ensure that the NMH experience is available for generations to come. Large or small, annual gifts make NMH a strong, dynamic place where the next generation of leaders and changemakers will learn and grow.
In 20 hours on February 26, we’ll post 20 reasons to give to the NMH Fund. We know there are more. Make your gift and tell us why you care for NMH. Give today at nmhschool.org/NMHgives. See how we're doing at nmhschool.org/NMHgivesResults.
All gifts from today through February 26 will count toward NMH Gives.
Right now, NMH is working toward increasing endowment (for financial aid, faculty development, and campus stewardship), increasing the NMH Fund, and building new facilities that will support academics, family life, and athletics. We hope you will find a project that captures your attention and that you will help fund.
The Northfield Mount Hermon Board of Trustees has approved construction of the Gilder Center, a new $30 million multidisciplinary building that will be home to the school’s math and science departments in the heart of campus. Our architect, Flansburgh-Boston, is committed to honoring our campus architecture while the building "opens its doors to Silicon Valley." Learn more.
NMH draper riverhouse
Currently under construction, the Draper Riverhouse will replace a 50-year-old boathouse that has long been too small for the NMH Rowing Program. NMH offers competitive rowing in both the fall and spring seasons, and each year more than 80 students participate, making it one of the school’s most popular sports. Learn more.
In 2013, NMH built six new faculty homes in what has become known as "faculty village." The $2.4 million project was completed in 2015. Learn more.
Bolger Center for Early Childhood Education
Northfield Mount Hermon opened the Bolger Center for Early Childhood Education in 2017. The bright, spacious 5,630-square-foot facility serves families of NMH employees and community members with programs for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Learn more.