Student Publications / Magazine
- NMH Review (Collection of Student Essays)
- College Model Academic Program (CMAP)
The College Model Academic Program brings college academic schedules to NMH in order to bring more flexibility and in-depth learning to students. Students are given more time for discussion and hands-on projects as well as the opporunity to experience the academic life of college.
- Partnership of 12
The Partnership of 12 indicates how each student at NMH are given at least 12 adults who work together to support learning and growth. These 12 adults could be composed of a mix of different faculty members such as teachers, coaches, deans, and dorm parents.
- Work Program
The Work Program pushes each NMH student to contribute to the school community by getting involved in campus operations such as office work, kitchen cleanup, and other chores.
- The NMH Farm
The NMH Farm, as one part of NMH's larger sustainability initiatives, gives students the opportunity to engage with animals and produce at the farm.
- Upward Bound
Upward Bound focuses on the empowerment of talented low-income students at surrounding schools.
Alpine Skiing, Baseball, Basketball, Crew, Cross Country, Dance, Field Hockey, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Nordic Skiing, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Wrestling
Total number: 56
AASA: Asian American Students Association, Activities Programming Board, African and Latin American Hand Drumming, AIMS: Association in the Interest of a Multicultural School, American Indian Students Association, Amnesty International Club, Animal Rights Club, Artists Activists Alliance, Astronomy Club, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Campus Republicans, Chamber, Chamber Orchestra, Chinese Review, Christian Fellowship Club, Circle of Sisters, Community Meals, Concert Band, Concert Choir, Concert Club, Courthouse Volunteers, Dance Club, Deacons of the Church of Christ, Debate Club, Environment Club, GEECS: Guild of Electrical Engineers, Gemini: yearbook, HBH: Homo-Hetero-Bisexual Alliance, Interfaith Club, International Student Club, Intramural Sports, Jazz Club, Jewish Student Alliance, Mandala, MOCA: Men of Color Alliance, Muslim Student Association, NMH Outreach, NMH Pianists, NMH Political Board, NMH Singers, Operation Happy Birthday, Quaker Student Association, Roman Catholic Community, SALSA: Spanish & Latin American Students Association, Select Women's Ensemble, Stage Band, Student Congress, Symphony Orchestra, The Echo: student newspaper, The Gamers Guild, The Globe: international student magazine, Theatre Program, Ultimate Frisbee, Unitarian Universalist Student Association, WNMH Radio, World Music Combo
- Academic Facilities:
The Schauffler-Rockey Library, The Rhodes Arts Center, superb acoustics and an audio and video recording booth; a recital hall and an instrumental rehearsal hall; a harpsichord; 14 grand pianos and five uprights; an electronic music lab with recording capabilities and small studio; six teaching studios; 10 practice rooms; a percussion room, world music classroom with a collection of musical instruments from all over the world, A dance performance space with a sprung floor doubles as a black box theater; a separate dance studio with a sprung floor
- Athletic Facilities:
Two turf fields, 12 outdoor tennis courts, an eight-lane all-weather track, ice rink, six-lane indoor pool; boathouse on the Connecticut River, two full gymnasiums, and nine fields for baseball, soccer, lacrosse, field hockey, and softball.
- Mountain Day
Mountain day is a surprise holiday when classes are cancelled and students and faculty hike either Mount Monadnock or Northfield Mountain
- The Chat
The Chat is the senior prom, named for the Chateau in which it was originally held.
- Founder's Day
Founder's day honors D.L. Moody's birthday with a school meeting and a birthday dinner.
- Rope Pull
Rope pull is an annual tug-of-war competition between the junior and senior class.
At the beginning of the year, dorms compete against each other in fun competitions including water baloon toss and a puzzle assembly.
- Bemis-Forslund Pie Race
The annual Bemis-Forslund Pie Race is a 4.3 mile race in which runners who complete the course under a specified time recieve an apple pie.
81% Boarding (526 Students) and 19% Day Students (123 Students)
23% International Students
9th Grade: 98
10th Grade: 173
11th Grade: 175
12th Grade: 198
Deadline: Jan. 15
Notification Date: Mar. 9
Reply Date: Apr. 10