This online, end-of-year event was an opportunity to reflect on the year that was. We celebrated the academic and character achievements of students from all grade levels. Student representatives from the 9th, 10th, and 11th grades had the opportunity to say goodbye and good luck to the #ClassOf2020. Finally, it offered an opportunity for the community to privately reflect on and reaffirm their commitment to supporting and uplifting one another—today and tomorrow—in the face of these unprecedented and challenging times. Featured speakers included:
—Bryan Flores ’23, Speaking for the 9th Grade (00:00:14)
—Ricky Ollerman III ’22, Speaking for the 10th Grade (00:05:05)
—Mingrui “Richard” Xie ’21, Speaking for the 11th Grade (00:09:07)
Departmental Honors and Awards were announced beginning at 00:11:36.
Additionally, the following awards and prizes were announced, accompanied by short speeches from those presenting each award:
—The Courage Prize (00:14:12)
—The Robin McQuire Pearson Award (00:16:19)
—The Lt. Michael S. Pierce ’82 Award (00:22:00)
—The Bishop’s Prize (00:23:07)
—The Faculty Award (00:26:51)
—The Head’s Award (00:29:05)
Founded in 1886 and set in the beautiful White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, The White Mountain School is a coeducational college-preparatory boarding and day school for 135 students grades 9-12/PG. Our mission is to be a school of inquiry and engagement. Grounded in an Episcopal heritage, White Mountain prepares and inspires students to lead lives of curiosity, courage, and compassion.
Parting of the Ways – Part 1 by Kevin MacLeod