2014
  • JROTC Raider Championship
    JROTC Raider Championship             On May 10th White Mountains JROTC Raider team hosted and competed in their 2nd and final Raider competition of the season.  Their competition included the Army Physical Fitness Test, one-rope bridge, written test, land navigation and a 5 kilometer team road march.  The other competing...
  • CTE Student of the Year: Charles Clark!
    The CTE Department is pleased to announce our 2014 CTE Student-of-the-Year, Charles Clark, from our Cisco Networking Program.Charles' nomination reads:"Charles has been an excellent student in the two years that he's been in the Cisco program.  He consistently goes above and beyond the course expectations and is always looking for new ways to learn.  He can be counted on to help other...
  • Tuesday, May 6, 2014, is National Teacher Day. Thank a teacher for making public schools great!
    Teachers in the White Mountain Regional School District and in communities across the nation will be in the spotlight on National Teacher Day, as students, parents, school administrators and the general public learn how teachers are making Great Public Schools for every student.
  • Local Scholarships are now available in the guidance office. Pick up your checklist today or tomorro
    Local Scholarships are now available in the guidance office.   Pick up your checklist today or tomorrow – they are due back on Wednesday, 4/9/14.Student ScholarshipsMorgridge Family Scholarship     Planning to attend PSU          *Highly Qualified Students”Link:  go.plymouth.edu/scholarshipsCoos County Chiefs of Police...
  • WMRHS advances as a candidate school for the Secondary School of Excellence Award
    The “EDies” Secondary School of Excellence selection committee, composed of educators from across the state, has selected White Mountains Regional High School to make a presentation to its panel as to why they should visit our high school.  On February 14, representatives from WMRHS will advance to the next level by taking part in the presentations as a “candidate school” in anticipation...
  • Written and Oral Communications
    Written and Oral Communications Typical high school English courses spend the majority of time focusing on reading strategies, and developing analytical skills. Writing and speaking are aspects of the courses, but not a major focus and yet the ability to articulate thoughts in writing and in speech is essential to finding success after high school. Regardless of the vehicle for...
2011
2010
  • Lancaster, Whitefield, and WMRHS Libraries now online!!
    Lancaster Elementary School, Whitefield Elementary School, WMRHS
    We are happy to announce the availability of the Lancaster School, Whitefield School, and White Mountains Regional High School libraries online.  Please visit http://adams.ncedservices.org/?context=district36 to browse library inventories.
2008
  • WELCOME NEW PRINCIPAL MR. ERIK ANDERSON
    Welcome back: White Mountains Regional High School has a new principal, Mr. Erik Anderson. School Starts September 2nd, 2008. Enjoy the new school year!!
  • Last Day of School Update!
    The last day of school for students is scheduled to be Friday June 20th. Graduation remains at June 14th.
  • NHIAA Scholar Athletes:
    NHIAA Awards Male and Female Scholar Athletes:

    Katelyn Willey Amelia Copson Leah Frenette Brittany Arita David McCullough Kyle Suva Tyler Ramsdell

2013
  • Advanced Placement® Classes and Open Enrollment at WMRHS
    Advanced Placement® Classes and Open Enrollment at WMRHS   Over the last fifteen years, the Advanced Placement® program at White Mountains Regional High School has grown by leaps and bounds.   Back in 1998, two English teachers teamed up to offer an AP® course in English to motivated students.  The course was team-taught to about twelve seniors who took a qualifying ...
  • Horticulture
    Horticulture (Mr. Grima)   Horticulture is defined as the science, cultivation, and marketing of plants for our own use.  The importance of plants to humans cannot be overemphasized, but is often overlooked. Plants are vital to all life on earth, directly or indirectly, Plants are the primary source of food for humans and animals. Plants keep the earth cool, renew the air,...
  • Drama Club at WMRHS
    Drama at WMRHS WMRHS Drama Program (White Mountain Players) has established itself not only as a Drama Club, but as a fun way to learn many skills that will enable students to move on to any level of Theatre or Production they desire. We strive to reach an educational level that is well beyond the average high school. As shown in our fall productions of the works of Shakespeare (Comedy of...
  • Career Explorations
    Career Explorations Why do students attend high school?  Well, in addition to the fact that the laws require them to attend, they come to school to learn how to read, write, and acquire the critical skills and knowledge that will make them successful and productive members of society.  More importantly, it provides them with opportunities and experiences that will assist them in...
  • Application for the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award
    Application for the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award White Mountains Regional High School (WMRHS) is honored to participate in the application process for the New Hampshire Excellence in Education Award.  We are a small rural high school located in the beautiful White Mountains of northern New Hampshire.  Over the past two years we prepared for and then hosted the New England...
  • WMRHS BAND
    WMRHS BAND The WMRHS “Band” course has many components that are meant to satisfy the different needs of the school and community.  The core of the band program is the concert band.  Training for concert band begins in the elementary schools, where students can choose to have a weekly private lesson on their instrument and also get invited to participate in Beginner Group, Jr....
  • New Science Class Being Offered at WMRHS
    Modern Scientific Literature The range of scientific discoveries discussed in traditional high school classes include everything from the very small (the realm of particle physics and chemistry) to the very large (the realm of cosmology) and everything in between (from biology and genetics to psychology and sociology).  These phenomena are discussed in traditional science/social...
  • Academic Study Hall at WMRHS
    Did you know that WMRHS is offering academic support for our students, after school, on Mondays and Wednesdays!  Our Academic Study Hall is located in room 105, Mrs. Lufkin's room, and will take place from 3:00 to 4:30.
  • Homecoming Week Activities
    Homecoming Week Activities   Well, it is upon us so jump in with both feet!  Please look at both sides. •      Here is an overview of what Student Council, the Athletic Department and many teachers have been planning. •      Your support and participation is appreciated.  We think it will be a lot of fun and hope...
2007
  • BAND CONCERT!
    BAND HOLIDAY CONCERT TO BE HELD ON DEC. 19TH IN THE AUDITORIUM- ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.
  • CHORUS HOLIDAY CONCERT!
    THE WMRHS CHORAL HOLIDAY CONCERT WILL BE HELD ON DEC. 13TH IN THE AUDITORIUM. ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND.
  • WINTER SPORTS SPAGHETTI DINNER TONIGHT!
    THE BOOSTER CLUB'S WINTER SPORTS SPAGHETTI DINNER WILL BE HELD ON DEC. 10TH IN THE CAF.
  • Letter from the Superintendent
    Letter from the Superintendent Nov. 26 November 26, 2007 Dear Parents, Guardians and Community Members, The School Board and I have been working hard to develop a responsible and responsive budget for the 2008-2009 school year. This process has been approached with sensitivity towards and understanding of the difficult economic circumstances we are currently feeling around the North...
  • See the new North Country Substance Abuse Newletter
    - There is a welath of information available for all stakeholders of education.
  • October 16th Letter from the Principal
    To: Parents and Guardians of the WMRHS From: Mr. Ryan Earley Date: October 16, 2007 Subject: Principal’s Update I hope this correspondence finds you and your family enjoying the colors and scenes unique to the Northern New England region. The staff and students at the White Mountains Regional High School have just recently concluded a barrage of testing including the NWEA, NECAP, ASVAB, and...