Headmaster: Phil Peck
Head coaches: J1 & J2, Craig Antonides; J3, Jake Manseau
Coaching staff: Jory Macomber, Ben Moody, Jeff Harold, Janice Dahl,
Eric Price, Georg Capaul, Lori Ford, Chris Stigum, Allyson Newell
Notable alumni: Olympic Team members Jim Page, Don Henderson,
Phil Peck, Steven Gaskill, Jack Armstrong, Dennis Donahue, Bill Beck, Tyler Palmer, Chris Pederson, Geoff Bruce, Carl Swenson, Ian Harvey, Ned
Gillette, Charles Kellogg, Gordon Eaton, Dick Taylor, Steve Knowlton,
Terry Morse, Walter Malmquist. U.S. Ski Team members Sophia Schwartz,
Julia Ford, Chris Pederson, Andy Martin, Eva Pfosi, Neal McNealus, Steve
Lathrop, Duncan Cullman, John Clough; NCAA All-Americans Mattie
Ford, Willie Ford
Training facilities: Cannon Mountain, Loon Mountain, Waterville Valley, and 15K of nordic trails on campus.
Founded: 1879; 9th – 12th grade; staff/student ratio 7:1
Program length: September – May
Application period: February 1 deadline
Tuition: $42,670 boarding, $25,360 day; $2.2 M in financial aid.
Contact: P.O. Box 1879, Chapel Lane. Plymouth, NH 03264; gcapaul@
holderness.org; 603-536 -257; 603-536-1267 (fax)
Killington Mountain School
Sports: Alpine racing, freestyle, snowboard
Academics: Individualized academic program based on each student’s
home school curriculum accommodating honors and AP classes. College
placement in school of choice is a top priority.
Headmaster: Tao Smith
Head coaches: Tom Sell, Alpine Program Director and J3 Head Coach;
Jack Bailey, J1/2 Men; Lon Brettell, J1/2 Women; Bruce Johnston, Alpine
BOOST Program; Deb Newson, Freestyle; Ian Coates, Snowboard.
Coaching staff: Mike Cahill, Joe Dunn, Christine Feehan, Greg Hadley,
Catherine Lemieux, Margaret Schlachter, Doug Tucker, Matt Gnoza, Justin
Filskov, DJ Montigny.
Notable alumni: Stever Bartlett ’92, Kina Pickett ’92, Evan Dybvig ’93,
Luke Westerlund ’95, Evan Raps ’96, Michael Morse ’99, David Coriell ’01,
Kelsey Albert ’07, Kristen Leggett ’08
Training facilities: Killington Resort is located two miles from campus;
on-campus training and weight room.
Founded: 1974; ages 12-19, Grades 7-12 and PG; never greater than 4:1
student/teacher ratio and 4:1 athlete/coach ratio
Program length: Five month academic and residential school with year-round athletic programming
Application period: Rolling admission
Tuition: $29,600 boarding; $21,660 day; scholarships.
Contact: 2708 Killington Road, Killington, VT 05751; 802-422-5671;
802-422-5678 (fax); Christine Feehan
Kimball Union Academy
Sports: Alpine skiing, hockey (boys and girls), nordic skiing (boys and
girls), swimming (boys and girls), basketball (boys and girls), cross country (boys and girls), field hockey, soccer (boys and girls), football, baseball,
softball, golf (boys and girls), rugby, tennis (boys and girls)
Academics: AP Courses in most subjects, Writing Across the Curriculum
interdisciplinary initiative, environmental science program.
Head of school: Michael J. Schafer
Head coaches: Neal McIntyre
Coaching staff: Erin Mellow, Andrew Kaplan
Training facilities: Whaleback Ski Area ( 15 minutes away)
Founded: 1813; grades 9-12 and postgraduate; staff/student ratio 6:1
Program length: September – June
Application period: Deadline February 1 and then rolling admissions
Tuition: Boarding student, $43,800. Day, $28,500 (2009/10); 40 percent
of Kimball Union students receive some form of financial aid.
Contact: P.O. Box 188, Meriden, NH 03770-0188; 603-469-2100; 603-
469-2041 (fax); firstname.lastname@example.org
Lowell Whiteman School
Located in “Ski Town USA,” the Lowell Whiteman School provides student-athletes with a unique balance of outstanding academics and world-class coaching and training. In partnership with the school, the renowned
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Plymouth, NH 03264