“Beautiful. You all know how to do it. That’s outstanding.” -Wolfeboro teacher to his class, August 3, 2016
Heard on Campus
“I want to get a ‘1’ (Wolfeboro’s highest grade).” -Wolfeboro student.
Wolfeboro Fun Fact: The Year of 23
The number 23 has popped up throughout our 2016 session.
In 2016 we have:
23 Returning Students
23 Countries Represented
23 States Represented
School Picture Day
Panfoto came to campus yesterday to shoot our annual all school photo.
If you’ve been inside our dining hall, you know that these all school photos play an important role in connecting past and present Wolfeboro generations. They visually connect us to those who have come before us and to those who will have the opportunity to grow at Wolfeboro after us.
A brief photo essay of the school picture process:
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Our 107th Session Begins
We welcomed students to campus as our 107th session began this past Wednesday. Our students come from all corners of the United States and represent 23 countries from all over the globe.
It’s a week of firsts as students attended their first All-School meeting, first Wolfeboro meals, first classes, first intramurals, and their first evening study hall yesterday. Thursday afternoon was filled with making new friends and orientation activities. Students will enjoy their first weekend activities and trips over the next couple of days.
Here’s a short photo essay full of firsts. You can see galleries of opening day and follow our summer in pictures at Wolfeboro2016, our Shutterfly gallery.
A Short Pre-Session Photo Essay
Dr. Christopher Thurber Talks “Mind Bending Conversations” with Wolfeboro Residential Faculty
Always working to improve our craft and interaction with our students, Dr. Christopher Thurber visited campus Thursday to lead Residential Faculty through his “Mind-Bending Conversations” workshop.
We practiced learning to listen more effectively and helping to lead our students to “insight through empathy.”
Below you can see Dr. Thurber (first) and a few pictures of our residential faculty practicing during the workshop.