A country recognised not only for its size and diversity, but also for the extremely high quality of its educational establishments, the USA is a popular choice for international students from all corners of the globe. Home to one of the most prestigious higher education systems in the world, America has something for everyone- from eclectic cities and beautiful natural parks to its intriguing culture and truly international population.
Study in New Hampshire: Unique Outdoor Experience
Consistently ranked among the ‘most liveable states’, the White Mountain region in New Hampshire is brimming with opportunities for outdoor recreation. Despite being home to 48 4,000-foot peaks and the 6,288-foot Mount Washington, the highest mountain in the Northeast, it is the 800,000-acre White Mountain National Forest that truly defines the region. With numerous State Parks, lively and varied restaurants and cafes and countless opportunities for camping, the region welcomes visitors and residents of all ages who are encouraged to engage with and immerse themselves in their natural surroundings.
Arts & Entertainment in New Hampshire
Besides its numerous stimulating outdoor attractions, New Hampshire is also home to a thriving local music and arts scene. From emerging acts playing at local venues to some of the region’s most talented thespians performing at its historic theatres, New Hampshire is full of exciting new talent. Thanks to the region’s larger venues, it is also possible to enjoy world-class theatre and arts performances without travelling far; the more famous of New Hampshire’s large institutions include The Verizon Wireless Arena, the Currier Museum of Art and the Capitol Center.
Residential Life at The White Mountain School
While living within The White Mountain School’s intentionally small, welcoming community, students are supported and encouraged to feel that the institution is their home away from home. Boarding students live in one of four dorms with their peers, faculty families and faculty members; each dorm has a common space which is equipped with couches, a TV and a microwave.
In line with our belief in the importance of accessibility, faculty doors are often left open, allowing apartments to feel like extensions of dormitories. All-importantly, our dining hall serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and offers drinks and light snacks throughout the day.