10/12/2021

Expanding Arts and Athletics

Significant changes to the school’s architecture would once again happen on campus in the ‘90s including Arts, Athletics, Library and Lounge.  Completed in...  Read Article >

Expanding Arts and Athletics

Significant changes to the school’s architecture would once again happen on campus in the ‘90s including Arts, Athletics, Library and Lounge.  Completed in 1987, the T. Holmes…

Co-Education Returns

An important time of change: a new headmaster, computers, girls and leisure in the ‘70s. Lou Gnerre began teaching in 1957 and followed…

Fresh Vision For A New Future

T. Holmes Moore (’38) is appointed Head of School and enrollment doubles to 300 students as programs and facilities expand. In…

Artist in Residence

Frederick "Fritz" Robbins (1893-1974) was an American artist and, for much of his life, a resident of New Hampton, New…

A New Transformation

Frederick Smith (’10) is appointed Headmaster and transforms a weakened school into the vibrant college preparatory New Hampton School for Boys. Despite the Great…

Celebrating Our Centennial

"It is a hundred years of work to be proud of. Thousands of men and women from all over the…

Changing Days

By 1919, World War I has contributed to a radical decline in the local population and school enrollment drops drastically. The…

1918 Flu Pandemic

Due to the flu pandemic, New Hampton closes twice: October 9-21, 1918, and December 14, 1918-January 6, 1919. “Our school,…

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